Tag Archives: internet of things

2018 Top 5 Cyber Security Predictions: Attacks, Regulations and Innovation

We’re about mid-way through January of 2018, which means that it’s about time I follow up on my new tradition of sharing my top cyber security predictions of the new year! Check out last year’s predictions. The Big Four: 2017 Cyber Security Predictions   This year, in many ways, shares… Read more »

The Big Four: 2017 Cyber Security Predictions

Top 4 Cyber Security Predictions for 2017 Cyber security is a consistently growing field, as technology innovates rapidly and hackers become increasingly clever. We’ve seen advancements in hacking and information security at exponential rates over the last few years. With bigger DDoS attacks than ever and entire counties being overrun… Read more »

#CyberHeadlines – Driverless Cars Security Standards

#CyberHeadlines – Driverless Cars Security Standards Driverless Cars and IoT Cybersecurity Self-driving cars are getting closer and closer to a common reality. It’s estimated that 3/4 of new cars released by 2020 will have self-driving capabilities. Uber has already begun utilizing driverless cars in Pittsburgh, PA and, especially with this… Read more »

#CyberHeadlines: Mirai DDoS Attack

#CyberHeadlines: Mirai DDoS Attack On October 21st, dozens of websites were down due to a DDoS attack on the DSN service provider Dyn. Dyn is responsible for translating web addresses for companies such as Twitter, Netflix, Etsy, Github, BBC, The New York Times, Reddit, AWS and many more. The culprit has been… Read more »