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Karamba Security
Karamba Security prevents hackers from attacking all types of connected systems, from autonomous cars to Industry 4.0 and IoT devices.
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ISO/SAE 21434 due this year, will have a watershed effect on for connected vehicles in 2020 – and in the years to come.
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Embedding end-to-end security is the most effective way to create self-protecting connected devices that can withstand the myriad dangers posed by today’s threat landscape.
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SC Media Jan 21
Application isolation and virtualization provide a false sense of cybersecurity. More with Assaf Harel at :
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Karamba Security Jan 21
"Over the next decade, every car manufacturer that offers any degree of autonomy in a vehicle will be forced to address the security of the vehicle and data, while also being capable of recognizing and defending against threats against you or the vehicle."
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Nancy Ridge Jan 21
Replying to @mercer
A3 Autonomous vehicles, home security, wearables, medical devices - brings the cyber threat close to home. If we want the benefits, we must address the threats.
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EmbedThat Jan 17
IoT Tip #9: Secure data on the device and in flight using strong encryption. IoT Security Checklist: Embedthis Software: #155
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Karamba Security Jan 21
outdated products are at greater risks of hacks. Have you considered what gadgets you have at home that are outdated and could be unsecure?
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Karamba Security Jan 17
: More health sensors are coming to consumer products so public can better understand their state of health. However, with such and sensitive subject material consumers should look into of these apps and software before downloading and utilizing
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Karamba Security Jan 17
“Security has to be part of the architecture, to begin with," said Ami Dotan, CEO & Co-founder during a panel looking at the security concerns in Smart Cities.
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Karamba Security Jan 16
Are you more worried about your home being broken into or your connected device being hacked? Consumers from our survey are equally concerned about both - with an equal 50/50 split. Are your secure?
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TechNative Jan 16
94% of businesses are looking to implement some form of project in the next few years. 's Scott Guettinger talks about the importance of taking a vertical focus.
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EmbedThat Jan 16
IoT Tip #2: Prioritize security and security features into your device from the get-go. IoT Security Checklist: Embedthis Software: #154
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Karamba Security Jan 16
has shown that are in our future but what about the needed to fend off hacks and other product vulnerabilities? Are they secure? Let us know your thoughts!
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gabsmashh Jan 14
what do you think our biggest threats to information security are in 2020? on my radar are higher numbers of threats to ICS and IoT devices, a continued increase in ransomware, and more attacks attributed to nation-state actors/APTs.
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Karamba Security Jan 15
Most consumers are excited for 5G but new vulnerabilities are still being discovered. Research has found design issues that could expose locations, track calls/text/web browsing & more. As 5G looms and promises speed & convenience, can those same networks guarantee ?
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Smart Cities Dive Jan 13
3 mobility takeaways from CES
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Sean Harris Jan 14
While plenty of attacks will continue to hit traditional targets such operating systems and humans, 2020 will see many attackers taking aim at non-traditional systems. Containers, connected devices and the communications between the... via
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Alex Ryals Jan 13
California’s new Cybersecurity Law will require manufacturers of connected devices to include security features:
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Karamba Security Jan 14
81% of consumers believe will become more of a target for hackers in five years. Do you know if your devices are ?
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Karamba Security Jan 14
These are the most hacked devices according to . What do you think is missing from the list?
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