cyber security

  • intel.automotiveIT
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    FT: Intel mulling sale of security unit

    2016-06-28T12:43:39Z

    Intel bought McAfee in 2010 (Photo: Intel) Intel is talking to banking advisers about possibly selling its antivirus software division, according to a report in Britain's Financial Times newspaper. According to the FT, no decision has been made. The California-based technology group declined to comment. Intel, which for decades ...

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    Reply to start European data-scientist training program

    2016-06-20T19:05:32Z

    Industry 4.0 featured prominently at the Munich Reply Xchange (Photo: Arjen Bongard) MUNICH -- Reply SpA has signed an agreement with The Data Incubator to bring more data-analysis expertise to European companies. Reply, which operates a network of companies focused on developing new, connected technologies and business models, said ...

  • gartner.automotiveIT
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    Gartner: "Major" service failures likely for digital businesses

    2016-06-16T12:36:25Z

    Gartner says outsourcing dilutes control over key parts of corporate ITÂ (Photo: Gartner) IT security teams are having trouble managing digital risk and, as a result, 60 percent of digital businesses will suffer major service failures by 2020, according to a new report. Market researchers Gartners say infrastructure and ...

  • automotiveIT
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    For networked plants, IT security is key

    2016-04-06T10:40:50Z

    Industry 4.0 holds out the promise of smarter manufacturing, but with increased connectivity between plants and machinery, the risk of cyber attacks rises. That’s a major problem for companies trying to transform their manufacturing operations to take advantage of the new technologies. Germany’s Deutsche Telekom polled IT and business decision ...

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    Badly secured: The car industry under (cyber)attack

    2016-01-20T16:56:17Z

    IT attacks on companies are piling up and experts say the automotive industry, a prime target for hackers, isn”˜t properly prepared. The damage cyber attacks can do is often substantial and the methods of the attackers are becoming more and more perfidious. Stuxnet was just the beginning. A steel plant ...

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    Automotive Cyber Security Summit - Shanghai

    2015-12-15T18:02:50Z

    (Illustration: Eugene Sergeev) The China Automotive Cyber Security Summit 2016 will take place January 21 - 22 in Shanghai amid growing concerns that connected cars and connected car plants will increasingly be the objects of digital attacks. The conference, which brings together automakers, suppliers, various connected-services providers and security ...

  • symantec.automotiveIT
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    Experts: Today's connected car safety has big holes

    2015-09-08T15:50:00Z

    Automakers are addressing cyber security in the new models (Photo: Symantec) Security software maker Symantec last month issued a report on the vulnerability of connected cars. The conclusion: There are ways to protect cars from hacking and other cyber attacks. But today's generation of vehicles, which doesn't yet have ...

  • cisco.automotiveIT
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    Cisco: cyber-security threats require high-level attention

    2014-08-15T14:20:08Z

    Cisco's mid-year report looks at the state of cyber security in the 1st half of 2014 (Photo: Cisco) As companies look to defend themselves against high-profile digital threats, cyber criminals are exploiting other, less obvious weaknesses in companies' IT landscape, according to a new report published by Cisco. A ...

  • isf cyber security.automotiveIT
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    2013 cyber threats: Supply chain prone to data security risks

    2012-12-03T17:58:36Z

    (Photo: ISF) With more internal information held by outside service providers, companies face the risk of increased threats to data security, according to an independent cyber security body. "More organizations will fall victim to information security incidents at their suppliers," the Information Security Forum (ISF) predicted. "Today's organization's data ...