Posts about Security

Your robot might beat you up. It sounds like a tired sci-fi cliché, but it’s true. Early last month, security firm IOActive released research that documented the sorry state of robotic security. The firm found lots of problems – and did so without looking very hard ...

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In today’s evermore networked society, data protection is a serious business. Security breaches lead to unwanted headlines and a loss of trust in enterprise organizations (such as banks or healthcare providers). Data security and keeping ahead of potential attackers, is a rapidly evolving field of development. Potential areas may involve safeguarding modern cloud computing environments or protecting commercial activities over the web ...
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NETCONF Call Home, or reverse secure socket shell (SSH), is a technique that enables network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) devices to establish a connection to a service provider control systems and protects the virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE), usually deployed behind a cable modem or a firewall ...
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Unsecure edge devices are challenging our economies and our societies. We have experienced major hacking attacks on edge devices such as cameras and DSL routers. Both attacks targeted thousands of servers at the network edge by building a botnet for the orchestration of unprecedented denial of service attacks ...
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