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Anna Marton

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EC Proposal for the Joint Cyber Unit

The Commission proposed on 23. June 2021 to build a new Joint Cyber Unit (JCU) as a platform to strengthen cooperation to prevent, deter and respond to cyberattacks. The JCU aims to strengthen cooperation among EU Institutions, Agencies, Bodies and the authorities in the Member States. The need for a…
Anna Marton
2021.09.17.
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Press Release No. 2

EU H2020 Research and Innovation Project IoTAC marks the end of its first year with the completion of the Security Baseline The consortium of industrial actors, research groups and academia from seven European countries is developing a secure IoT architecture.   August 31, 2021 – The tight collaboration of 13…
Anna Marton
2021.08.31.
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IoT Week 2021 Conference

IoT Week 2021 is taking place virtually between August 30 and September 3. IoTAC will be presented on September1, in the session Edge Intelligence and Industrial Internet of Things. You can register for the online event at https://iotweek.org/registration-for-the-online-event-2021/.
Anna Marton
2021.08.26.
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Nozomi Networks Research on Security Camera Vulnerabilities

Nozomi Networks, a leading provider of OT and IoT security solutions, published its OT/IoT Security Report summarizing its research in ransomware and IoT vulnerabilities of the first half of 2021. The report shares insights about the discovered vulnerabilities of 3 surveillance cameras that use Peer-to-Peer (P2P) functionality to provide access…
Anna Marton
2021.07.30.
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Latest ETSI Standards for IoT Testing Specifications

ETSI has released a first set of seven standards addressing the testing of the IoT MQTT and CoAP protocols, and the foundational security IoT-Profile. The ETSI TS 103 596 series provides an overall test suite structure and catalogue of test purposes for the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP). The ETSI TS 103 597 series…
Anna Marton
2021.07.01.
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Security is one of the Top IoT Trends in 2021

Kore, a global leader in IoT solutions and managed IoT connectivity services, have published their predictions for what they consider as areas for significant growth and innovation for IoT in 2021 and beyond. One of these areas is security, which needs to remain at the forefront of IoT deployment strategies.…
Anna Marton
2021.06.03.
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Tripwire IoT Security Survey

While there are more than 10 billion active IoT devices, and the number is growing, design-level security isI not keeping pace with this growth. IoT security is a major issue for security professionals and executives, as Tripwire’s “IoT and IIoT Security Survey” shows. 312 individuals completed the survey who have…
Anna Marton
2021.05.20.
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FDO: The FIDO Device Onboard protocol

The FIDO Alliance launched  a new, open IoT standard that enables devices to simply and securely onboard to cloud and on-premise management platforms. IoT device onboarding involves the installation of the physical device and the setup of credentials so that it can securely communicate with its target cloud or platform. …
Anna Marton
2021.05.06.
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How Remote Work Pushed IoT Malware Attacks to New Heights

SonicWall Capture Labs threat researchers recorded 56.9 million IoT malware attacks in 2020, up by 66% from 2019. The 2021 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report sheds some light on how remote work contributed to this increase. Remote work, with employees spending time connected to corporate networks from home, offer low hanging…
Anna Marton
2021.04.29.