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Insecure devices put your company at jeopardy. Use this checklist to stay safer.
CPU hardware implementations are vulnerable to cache side-channel attacks.

These vulnerabilities are referred to as Meltdown and Spectre.
The bill reads like a computer security expertrsquo;s wish list.
Google sheds light on a new Oreo security feature that prevents attackers from downgrading a device to insecure versions of Android.
Building management systems easily hackable – researchers Britain's freezing weather has reanimated the issue of insecure building control systems.…
You can probably strike these toys off your kids' Crimbo lists The French data protection agency has issued a formal notice to a biz peddling allegedly insecure toys, just in time for Christmas.…
Hot take from crypto-guru Prof Matt Blaze Video  With too many electronic voting systems buggy, insecure and vulnerable to attacks, US election officials would be well advised to keep paper trails handy.…
Every year, Kaspersky Labrsquo;s experts look at the main cyberthreats facing connected businesses over the coming 12 months, based on the trends seen during the year.

For 2018, we decided to extract some top predictions that also have big implications for everyday connected life.
In 2017, Kaspersky Lab research revealed the extent to which medical information and patient data stored within the connected healthcare infrastructure is left unprotected and accessible online for any motivated cybercriminal to discover.

This risk is heightened because cyber-villains increasingly understand the value of health information, its ready availability, and the willingness of medical facilities to pay to get it back.
Remote fault diagnostics, telematics and connected infotainment significantly enhance driver safety and enjoyment, but they also present new challenges for the automotive sector as they turn vehicles into prime targets for cyberattack.

The growing risk of a vehiclersquo;s systems being infiltrated or having its safety, privacy and financial elements violated, requires manufacturers to understand and apply IT security.
Security experts Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, contemplate the larger universe of the Internet of things and security.