Well, personally, I’m more bothered with flying ants right now, but quite a few users of macOS/OS X are unsurprisingly concerned right now about the resurgent Fruitfly backdoor/spyware, the subject of an upcoming Black Hat presentation by Synack researcher Patrick Wardle that has attracted a great deal of attention: 58 more words
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The Black Hat 2017 security conference kicks off this week in Viva Las Vegas, Nevada (actually, the happening unofficially started over the weekend).
So it’s no surprise that IBM Security earlier today announced the launch of two new security testing practice areas focused on automotive security and the Internet of Things (IoT). 295 more words
Car makers rush to put self-driving cars on the road. Bets on how much attention is being paid to security? Stopping Self-Driving Cars From Becoming Cybersecurity Weapons… 344 more words
We pick up this episode with Alicia still tracking down Jake. She seems to be able to catch up to him with relative ease, this could be from 1 of 3 likely reasons. 2,386 more words
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Critical U.S. infrastructure will be hit by a major cyberattack in the next two years, according to a survey of experts who attended the annual Black Hat security conference in the last two years.
This document has a wealth of valuable information mined from a pool of experts that are known for both their honesty and their bluntness. If you want an honest, straight-forward understanding of the cybersecurity threat landscape, this is an excellent read. 8 more words