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Device Authority and Entrust Further Demonstrate Their Partnership Potential to Provide Security to the Supply Chain

Identified as leaders in IoT (Internet of Things) Device Identity Lifecycle Management by ABI Research, and leaders in IoT IAM according to Quadrant, Device Authority and Entrust have worked together to integrate Device Authority’s KeyScaler® IoT IAM (Identity and Access Management) platform with PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) services from Entrust, extending the existing collaboration for Hardware Security Module (HSM) services, to provide device trust, data trust and automation at IoT sca

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Automotive Cyber Vulnerabilities You Need to be Aware of

As technology continues to advance, the potential for hacking and cyber-attacks on various devices and systems has become a major threat. This has extended to the automotive industry, with increasing numbers of car hacks being reported. With the rise in the production of electric vehicles (EVs), these attacks have escalated in frequency and severity.

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What is Certificate Management? Definitions and Benefits to Securing the IoT

In today’s digital age, online security has become a major concern for businesses of all sizes. With the increasing number of cyber-attacks and data breaches, it is crucial that organizations take measures to protect their sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands. This is where SSL/TLS certificates come in handy as they provide encryption and authentication to ensure secure communication between servers and clients.

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SaaS-based IoT Security Solutions

The advent of connected devices has brought about significant change in the technology industry. We all accept that data is power – the more we know about our devices and users, the more effectively we can serve their needs. The integration of connected devices has transformed several industries, including healthcare, transportation, and manufacturing.

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What Is IoT Device Management? Definition, Key Features and Benefits

IoT Device Management (IDM) is a software platform that helps businesses manage their IoT devices, from identifying and tracking assets to automating operations. IDM features a wide range of features to help businesses manage their IoT devices. IoT device management platforms allow you to remotely control, monitor and update your entire fleet of IoT devices at scale.

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Can You Teach Legacy IoMT New Tricks?

In the ever-changing world of IoT, early adopters of this technology, including many medical and manufacturing organizations, are finding that the devices they so heavily invested in are now less secure than ever. You might think that the only solution is to replace existing technology with new greenfield devices, but is there a way to extend the life of existing equipment, minimizing the cost of new technology and the overall impact your corporation has on the environment?

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What Is DNS Spoofing and How Can You Prevent It?

Have you ever typed in a website’s address and ended up somewhere completely different? Or received emails from what appears to be a familiar company, but with suspicious links that lead to unfamiliar pages? These scenarios may be the result of DNS spoofing, a type of cyber-attack that can leave your sensitive information vulnerable. In this blog post, we’ll dive into what DNS spoofing is, how it works, who is at risk, and most importantly – how you can prevent it.

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Securing the Internet of Things: Understanding the Basics of IoT Security

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of interconnected physical objects that are embedded with different kinds of technology, such as sensors, processors, transceivers, or actuators. This technology allows IoT devices to collect and exchange data with each other over the internet or through dedicated wireless networks, enabling them to interact with the physical world in various ways. As the number of IoT devices continues to grow, so too does the need for proper security measures.


2022 Threat Roundup: The Emergence of Mixed IT/IoT Threats

Rapid digitization means that organizations are now more connected than ever. Most organizations now host a combination of interconnected IT, OT, IoT and sometimes IoMT devices in their networks, which has increased their attack surface. Forescout’s data shows that around 24% of connected devices in every organization are no longer traditional IT.