If you could avoid a Million-Dollar Fine, would you care? Today, CEO’s are being required to personally sign both for legal responsibility and for the massive fines being imposed related to cybersecurity non-compliance, and “yes,” that’s even before a cybersecurity breach has even happened.
All 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands have enacted legislation requiring private or governmental entities to notify individuals of security breaches of information involving personally identifiable information.
Security researchers have published the details and proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits of an integer overflow vulnerability in the Linux kernel that could allow an unprivileged user to gain superuser access to the targeted system.
Cybersecurity remains the center topic of business discussions throughout the Nation as we begin 2018. US ProTech, having been invited to a private White House briefing, is supporting the U.S. Government’s ambitious cybersecurity objective named “CDM” or Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation with its newest Cybersecurity Software: Anamo (www.ANAMO.io).
US ProTech Launches New GRC App – Solves NIST 800 CyberSecurity Requirements. For an application demonstration, trial or more information, contact USProTech today.
US ProTech Named Global Top 20 Leader in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), for the Fourth Straight Year!
The internet of Things (IoT) is much-talked-about technology. Driven by low-cost sensors, ubiquitous connectivity and updates to the Internet Protocol (IP), IoT is rapidly being adopted. Research firm Gartner expects over 8 billion devices connected in 2017. Cities use IoT to relieve parking congestion by collecting data on open parking spots; farmers can measure moisture in soil; and manufacturers use this technology to track inventory in their supply chain. Because these devices may use machine-to-machine connectivity without human intervention, this can increase the IoT Security Challenge. Here are some security considerations for IoT.