The race towards renewable energy is creating new cybersecurity risks

The renewable energy industry is becoming more important as countries attempt to move away from fossil fuels, but the continued growth of the sector must be managed with cybersecurity in mind, or there’s the danger that vulnerabilities in everything from Read More …

DNS Rebinding Attack: How Malicious Websites Exploit Private Networks

Web-based consoles are widely adopted by management software and smart devices to provide interactive data visualization and user-friendly configuration. This is gaining momentum as enterprises’ computer systems become more complex and more modern internet of things (IoT) devices are used Read More …

Ransomware: It’s only a matter of time before a smart city falls victim, and we need to take action now

Ransomware attacks are going to get worse – and one could eventually take out the infrastructure of an entire 5G-enabled smart city, a cybersecurity expert has warned. Cyber criminals deploying ransomware regularly target government services. Not only do public sector Read More …

Threats From a Compromised 4G/5G Campus Network

Over the past two decades, industrial sectors and everyday users have reaped the benefits of advancements in telecom technologies. At present, the catalyst and basis for future changes is 5G. A sign of this continuing development and influence for some Read More …

US Department of Defense expands its bug hunting programme to networks, IoT and more

The US Department of Defense (DOD) has significantly expanded its bug bounty program to all publicly accessible information systems, including not just websites but also networks, frequency-based communication, Internet of Things, and industrial control systems. The DoD bug bounty, which Read More …