Incorporating new cloud-based access control technology into old frameworks can save energy and funds without compromising security. Wireless and cloud-based access control can create a secure environment in older buildings.
Guardicore has discovered a new attack vector on Comcast’s XR11 voice remote that would have allowed attackers to turn it into a listening device – potentially invading your privacy in your living room.
One method fast-casual chains can use to simplify the automation and optimization of foodservice operations is by employing Artificial Intelligence (AI) as part of a video surveillance system. Smart security cameras combine the Internet of Things (IoT) and security cameras with AI analytics, helping operators automate monitoring and analyzing visitor and employee behavior.
Leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) technology, along with a comprehensive security strategy and proper security technologies, can provide a solution, giving businesses across all industries more visibility than ever before. So how can business leaders utilize these technologies to safeguard their assets and optimize operations, and what do they need to consider?
Through observation and analysis of open source information and behavior on multiple closed forums, Intel 471 found actors adopting the use of legitimate big data technology for cybercrime and monetizing the data they obtain on the Chinese-language underground.
The IoT security bill is a step in the right direction, as it addresses one of the biggest gaps in software security overall -- generating awareness. But, as the use of connected devices continues to exponentially grow over time, we must ask ourselves: is it enough? Let’s explore.
Technologies such as occupancy management, automated visitor management and touchless access control applications are increasing in demand – turning up the dial on interoperability as organizations seek to deploy best of breed solutions. To power these technologies, Artificial Intelligence (AI), cloud storage and the Internet of Things (IoT) are driving new functionalities and new uses from existing technologies to deliver customized applications for pandemic related health, safety and security issues. While this year might bring a number of uncertainties, we remain confident that the industry will continue to see growth and demand for these trends.
As 5G technology continues to be rolled out worldwide—providing latency of a mere 1 millisecond—it is critical that information security professionals become familiar with 5G system architecture and security architecture, as well as the risks that come with implementing new cellular technologies. ISACA’s new white paper, 5G Security: Addressing Risk and Threats of Mobile Network Technologies, explores these topics, and compares 5G technology with 4G and previous generation cellular technologies.
ON DEMAND: With the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the cyber security practices are increasingly getting integrated with the physical security practices.