Cybersecurity in the Automotive Industry

CyberSecurity in Automotive industry

Gone are the days where the fastest and loudest cars are ideal; today, it’s all about how ‘intelligent’ your vehicle is and how it can make life easier for you. These cars are almost similar to computers in their complexity; according to Forescout, “software in modern cars exceeds 100 million …

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10 CyberSecurity Predictions for 2020

10 CyberSecurity Predictions for 2020

The year 2019 will establish a new record, in which the number of cyber threats will reach the threshold of a billion. Bitdefender’s cybersecurity specialists anticipate that in 2020 the attacks will become increasingly sophisticated, with devastating consequences for people and companies. Here are the ten predictions the Bitdefender computer …

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A billion information threats in 2019 according to Bitdefender

BitDefender

Bitdefender’s cybersecurity specialists estimate that the total number of cyber threats will exceed the threshold of one billion units in 2019, the most aggressive being the booming ransomware. The second-largest increase, almost 50%, records the amount of spam that arrives in users ‘ inboxes. Compared to the similar period last …

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How Can VPN Turn From An Ally To a Threat?

VPN Threats

With the rise in the sophistication of cybercrimes, VPNs have become a staple in the cybersecurity diet of many. However, as users of a tool a VPN might be, the fact remains that are still a couple of vulnerabilities present that cause more damage than good. Perhaps even more alarming …

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Google Warning: Zero Day Vulnerability was found in Chrome Browser

Google Warning: Zero Day Vulnerability was found in Chrome Browser

If you are using Chrome browser on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers, you must immediately update it to the latest version. With the launch of Chrome 78.0.3904.87, Google warns billions of users to immediately install an urgent software update to remedy two high-severity vulnerabilities, one of which attackers actively exploit …

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