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ABI Research | July 06, 2020
By 2026, IoT connections will exceed 23 billion across all major IoT markets. Almost all those connections will be faced with incessant and constantly evolving cyber-threats, forcing implementers and IoT vendors to embrace new digital security options to protect managed fleets and connected assets. Secure device authentication currently stands among the top-tier investment priorities for key IoT markets. Global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research, expects that hardware focused IoT authentica...
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Frost & Sullivan | January 24, 2022
Frost & Sullivan has awarded SecureThings.ai the 2020 Technology Innovation Leadership Award based on their recent analysis of the Indian automotive cybersecurity solutions market. By providing continuous vehicle monitoring to detect unknown behaviors and threats, the company takes a holistic approach to solve cybersecurity risks in connected vehicles. SecureThings sets itself apart from the competition with its comprehensive, multi-layer, in-depth defense cybersecurity solutions for electri...
prnewswire | October 16, 2020
Velocity, A Managed Services Company, announced today that Anthony Nguyen has been named chief information officer/chief information security officer. In this role, Nguyen will lead the global efforts on cybersecurity by obtaining industry certifications such as HITRUST that will enable Velocity's expansion into other markets. Velocity has been working diligently on implementing a robust strategy to approach the need for innovation and competitive advantage by partnering with new technologie...
Cnet | February 05, 2020
Windows 7 is officially dead, now that Microsoft has ended support for the operating system -- which means no more security updates or patches. Despite this, an estimated 200 million devices are still running the out-of-date system, and a malware campaign is targeting IoT devices still using it, according to a new report from TrapX Security. The malware used in the campaign is a self-spreading downloader, which runs malicious scripts as part of the Lemon_Duck PowerShell malware variant family. A...
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