MGS+ ICS Security Report March 2017
MGS+ ICS Security Report March 2017: Editor Picks: News Intelligence Alerts Reports
World’s Biggest Data Breaches
Selected losses greater than 30,000 records
As prices rise, oil companies drill down on industrial cyber security
In recent months, more U.S. oil company boards have demanded IT managers prove refineries and drilling rigs are protected against cyberattacks, the chief of a security firm says.
GOOGLE’S DUELING NEURAL NETWORKS SPAR TO GET SMARTER, NO HUMANS REQUIRED
THE DAY RICHARD Feynman died, the blackboard in his classroom read: “What I cannot create, I do not understand.”
Cyber Security: The World’s Best And Worst Presented With A Well-Designed Infographic
The Role of Big Data in IoT
IoT (the Internet of Things) refers to the automated intelligent control and command of connected devices over vast regions via sensors and other computing capabilities.
Canada Looks to Develop a New Resource: Artificial Intelligence
Initiative aims to encourage research and startups using the technology
New Threat Research Shows Vietnam a Rising Force in Cyberespionage
FireEye report on APT32 puts evidence together of a group attacking private and public targets for the sake of Vietnamese state interests.
Computer security is broken from top to bottom
OVER a couple of days in February, hundreds of thousands of point-of-sale printers in restaurants around the world began behaving strangely.
Cybercriminals Are Building an Army of Things Creating a Tipping Point for Cybersecurity
Cybercrime is big business, and is growing at an exponential rate. British insurer Lloyd’s of London estimated the cybercrime market at $400 Billion in 2015. Today, just two years later, the World Economic Forum estimates that the total economic cost of cybercrime to currently be $3 trillion. And Cybersecurity Ventures is predicting that cybercrime will cost the world in excess of $6 trillion annually by 2021.