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MQTT IoT protocol completely open to hack on public internet

See on - Secure communication Lucas Lundgren Senior Security Consultant, FortConsult (Part of NCC Group) Neal Hindocha Principal Consultant, FortConsult (Part of NCC Group) The presentation will begin by discussing the protocol ( and results from a simple query on shodan, showing the number of servers directly

Here is what companies are doing to secure the IIoT

See on - Apps and Internet of Things We've highlight ways to minimize IIoT security risks. Now, we will take a look at the steps enterprises are taking to help keep the growing IIoT secure. Apptimate's insight: All large (and small) communication and infrastructure vendors tries to

10 mobile security myths that need debunking – TechRepublic

See on - Mobility for enterprise Mobile devices have introduced plenty of legitimate concerns, but there are some misconceptions floating around that may lead companies to focus on the wrong issues--or to ignore the real risks. Apptimate's insight: A smartphone is a portable computer, nor more, no

Apple winning the enterprise security race, Samsung makes push | ZDNet

See on - Mobility for enterprise According to a Tech Pro Research survey, Apple is viewed by tech decision-makers as the most secure mobile device option. Samsung is threatening Apple's lead, and Microsoft ranks well on tablets thanks to the Surface. Apptimate's insight: Apple has taken the

Chinese ‘Yingmob’ Rakes in $300K Monthly from Mobile Malware

See on - Apps and Internet of Things The cybercriminals behind Hummingbad and Yispecter have 25 employees staffing four groups for developing malicious components. Apptimate's insight: Android malware is big and well organized businesss See on

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