“The Smartest Person in the Room” highlights what can be done in order to finally eradicate, or significantly minimize, cyberattacks which have devastating effects on businesses and individuals.
Industrial Gear at Risk from Fuji Code-Execution Bugs
Fuji Electric’s Tellus Lite V-Simulator and V-Server Lite can allow attackers to take advantage of operational technology (OT)-IT convergence on factory floors, at utility plants and more.
Book Review: ‘The Smartest Person in the Room: The Root Cause and New Solution for Cybersecurity’ By Christian Espinosa
Espinosa shares his decades of experience in the fast-paced world of IT Security. The decades of combined experience can practically be felt dripping through the pages as the chapters outline the essential steps to overcome the biggest adversary in cybersecurity
Report Launch: Aviation Cybersecurity—Finding Lift, Minimizing Drag
The aviation industry faces a complex and critical challenge to get its cybersecurity right. Adding to this is an increasing number of reported vulnerabilities, claims, counter claims and attacks that give the impression of an escalating problem. Each stakeholder involved has a different perspective of the threats, risks, and potential solutions, making understanding the landscape difficult.
How Secure Is Your Medical Device Really?
Pacemakers that fail to send electrical pulses to a patient’s heart when they need it the most; vital signs that are altered, resulting in unnecessary treatment; or insulin pumps that fail to administer insulin. These are all scenarios that hackers say are possible, because they’ve tried it themselves and know it can be done.
Q&A: What It Takes to Tackle Data Privacy in the Big Data Era
With Data Privacy Day upon us, professor and cybersecurity veteran Christian Espinosa speaks about the data security landscape and what the future might hold.