Last month, a bipartisan team in Congress, Dave Trott, D-Michigan and Susan Brooks, R-Indiana, proposed the Internet of Medical Things Resilience Partnership Act. If passed, it will require the Food and Drug Administration to create a working group of cybersecurity experts to recommend voluntary frameworks and guidelines for medical device security.
Cybersecurity is a quickly evolving field, with scads of startups across many categories, from secure communications, predictive intelligence and deception security to IIoT, cyber insurance and investors.
The folks at CBInsights have compiled a clever Periodic Table of companies and categories of service that can give you a quick orientation. The article includes direct links to the leading companies in most of the categories. It’s the 10,000-foot view that is often missing in more narrowly focused articles.
Blockchain technology changes how parties exchange value, and it has practical, efficient, secure benefits for practically every type of industry. This short blog describes its basic benefits in easy-to-understand language.
The Open Web Application Security Project’s (OWASP) Internet of Things Top 10 Project is designed to inform users and security professionals about vulnerabilities in IoT architectures. Here are the top 10 security problems they see and how to prevent them.
The Trump administration is showing a keen interest in blockchain as a technology with the potential to streamline U.S. government operations.
Governor Scott Walker has designated October as Wisconsin’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Each week this October, ReadyWisconsin will provide information to help keep everyone in Wisconsin safe from cybercrime.