The coronavirus is laying the groundwork for a massive cyber attack. In fact, we’ll see the largest cyber attack in HISTORY within the next six months.
The tech sector is quietly having a boom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Open-source developers are getting involved with many aspects of the fight against the coronavirus, using Python to visualize its spread and helping to repurpose data acquisition systems to perform contact tracing.
Even in the midst of a global pandemic, industry analysts predict that edge computing – and complimentary 5G network offerings – will ultimately see significant growth.
Cyber security now dominates the priorities of every organization as each adapts to a post-COVID-19 world. Remote workers identities’ and devices are the new security perimeter.
Who knew that video-conferencing apps would become such a big part of everybody’s lives so quickly? People around the world have swiftly pivoted from IRL socialising to Zoom, Houseparty, FaceTime, Skype and all the other video-chat apps out there.
Rootkit attacks are dangerous and harmful, but they only infect your computer if you somehow launched the malicious software that carries the rootkit. The tips below outline the basic steps you should follow to prevent rootkit infection.
If you’re ever at the receiving end of a rootkit attack, then you’ll understand why they are considered one of the most dangerous cyber threats today.
Businesses across industries are placing bigger and bigger bets on the Internet of Things (IoT) as they look to unlock valuable business opportunities. But there are concerns over the complexity of IoT security and its associated risks—to the company, its brands, and its customers. With the growing number and increased severity of IoT attacks, these organizations have good reason to be cautious.