Are Hacked Medical IoT Devices Ransomware’s Next Target?
Richard Henderson
Are Hacked Medical IoT Devices Ransomware’s Next Target?

Shortly after IoT became a mainstream topic, the idea of device access-control falling into the wrong hands also grabbed headlines. Was it possible? What would happen? These are particularly concerning questions for healthcare organizations who deal in life-saving devices. But the notion of hacked medical devices such as defibrillators, pacemakers and insulin machines seemed more science fiction than real risk – a few years ago. Today, we know hacked...

READ MORE
Yes, GDPR Applies to You
Richard Henderson
Yes, GDPR Applies to You

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching with the May 2018 deadline just a short 9 months away, and yet one in five senior executives remain the dark about GDPR and its implications. The GDPR will apply to any organization that handles the personal data of European Union or UK residents, requiring an unprecedented level of compliance from non-EU firms, and yet even within the UK, awareness...

READ MORE
Securing Mobile Devices and IoT: It All Starts with Dialogue
Webteam
Securing Mobile Devices and IoT: It All Starts with Dialogue

Even on the best of days, protecting data can feel like a losing battle. This week, we skimmed headlines announcing more spyware found in over 500 Android apps. Thanks to the recent BlackHat and Def Con events, we have been learning just how it easy it is to hack everything from internet security cameras to hoverboards to a Tesla Model X. The short of the story is nothing should...

READ MORE