Tag: Security Filter Filter by All Automation Blog Creativity Data E-Commerce Future Innovation Leadership Management Media Metaverse Purpose Sustainability Trends Videos close Mikko Hypponen: If It’s Smart, It’s Vulnerable All our devices and gadgets–from our refrigerators to our home security systems, vacuum cleaners, and stereos–are going online, just as… Liveblog: Mikko Hypponen — If It’s Smart, It’s Vulnerable By Adam Tinworth War has become cyberwar, and every smart device is a potential attack vector. We need to think about security in a new way, says Mikko Hypponen. Hybrid work and security: embracing a whole new system By Adam Tinworth Any company is a complex system, and when you change the operating model of that system, new problems emerge. We’re facing a whole new security risk model. Ame Elliott: No, Thank you! User Experience Design for Privacy By Adam Tinworth Privacy is a choice - but it’s one we can design for. Even the simplest elements can shape people’s behaviour for the better, says Ame Elliott. Your voice assistant can be hacked – silently By Adam Tinworth You phone can be hacked via ultrasonics - if you have Siri turned on. Boy, digital sucks, doesn’t it? When a University’s vending machines became a botnet By Adam Tinworth A recent report revealed the scary story of a University that ended up as a physical host to malware through its connected campus devices. Amazon and Apple are fighting for the smart home By Adam Tinworth Will Apple's security-first approach win, or will Amazon's open ethos, and all comers approach come to dominate the connected home market? Trust is vital for the internet of things age – but is it too easily given? By Adam Tinworth From burning phones, to botnets built of insecure internet of things devices, the last couple of months have been a real challenge for tech. But are we still too trusting? The FBI is no longer chasing Apple through the courts By Adam Tinworth One week after postponing its case against Apple, the FBI is no longer seeking to compel the iPhone maker to unlock a phone. Fancy opening up your light switches to the internet? By Adam Tinworth When Terence Eden started playing with a wifi light switch, he found some rather worrying things… Digital evolution, digital revolution and the fight for a secure internet By Adam Tinworth As Apple faces down the US Government over phone privacy, we're given another stark reminder of how deeply uncomfortable digital disruption can be. Will we lose phone security in Apple’s fight with the FBI? By Adam Tinworth Apple and the US security services are at odds over a single phone - and the outcome of this battle impacts all of us. Security must be at the heart of the internet of things By Adam Tinworth Is your baby monitor leaking footage onto the internet? How We Will Drive: reshaping cities – and terrorism – with autonomous vehicles By Adam Tinworth Self-driving cars have the potential of reshaping our urban landscapes - but only if we can manage the associated risks. Three things you can learn from Tim Berners-Lee By Adam Tinworth The creator of the web gave a talk at LeWeb yesterday - here's three ideas you should take away from the talk. Feedly’s DDoS: are we all open to extortion? By Adam Tinworth Feedly was the most recent web service brought down by cybercriminals in an extortion-based DDoS. Cory Doctorow: tyranny, freedom and cargo cult security By Adam Tinworth We're sleep walking into a surveillance state in the name of protecting creators' rights. We must fight this as a matter of principle - or we will be enslaved, warns Cory Doctorow. Mikko Hypponen: better digital security needs more European startups By Adam Tinworth We've handed over our data to American companies, and given up our privacy with it. We need to understand what the threats are - and to build an European online world that keeps our data safe, says Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure. After Heartbleed: code vigilance is the new normal By Adam Tinworth Heartbleed has exposed a massive vulnerability at the heart of internet security. As our lives move ever further online, we need more attention to our code. Five tales from the New Normal – 17th February By Adam Tinworth Mobile devices powering past PCs - and making us more productive. Messaging apps fetching big money. A European secure data warehouse. These are all the New Normal Germany caught in the NSA’s PRISM By Adam Tinworth The US Government's PRISM initiative may have been spying on German citizens' internet traffic… Heinrich Arnold – Be Safe In An Open Mobile World Security is one of the biggest challenges confronting the mobile industry. At NEXT Berlin 2012 Heinrich Arnold presented T-Labs' technology Simko 3, which could be the solution.