Researchers from Kaspersky Labs, at their annual Security Analyst Summit (SAS), presented detailed findings of pervasive malware and embedded surveillance tools that have largely gone undetected for over a decade. These findings raise some interesting, and troubling questions for the cybersecurit
Cyber-attacks on Industrial Automation Systems are not new. Hackers have been probing, and in many cases, penetrating these systems for many years. Many of these attacks against industrial automation systems were similar, or even the same as, the attacks used against corporate IT systems. Read
The IoT and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) are comprised of a wildly diverse range of system and device types – from wearables and consumer gadgets to sophisticated systems found in DoD, utility and industrial/manufacturing systems.
About seventy percent of cyber-attacks target the application layer. Wireless connectivity creates an attack vector that hackers can exploit. While a secure RTOS is critical for security in embedded devices, they are just the foundation, not the complete solution.