This new section of the this blog describes a project which is a collaboration between Nexor , the School of Computer Science and the Academic Unit of Clinical Oncology at the University of Nottingham. This project aims to produce the next generation of cyber defence tools based on gaining an enhanced understanding of the human immune system. This work has been kindly funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (“the EPSRC”).
As we build the Internet of Things the race is on to create new products and services. Making them secure costs more and can slow the pace of innovation. But as Car companies are now finding out, this can have a serious impact. Continue reading “Does Insurance Hold the Key?”
The Internet of Things (IoT) is big news at the moment, being used as a title for just about everything that interacts with the internet, be it man or machine. In some areas the commentary is just starting to recognise that security and privacy are issues. And as you expect, various players are putting forward their solutions. Continue reading “The Secure Internet of Things”
Here at CyberMatters we don’t reblog very often.
However here is a good and concise article on some of the privacy challenges the IoT brings, over and above traditional security issues. While this focuses on Google, the challenge is more general.
The new EU data protection proposals will make designing IoT solutions like this that are compliant, a real challenge.
If looking at deploying corporate IoT applications you’ll have to consider privacy issues as well as security. Fortunately help is at hand via our sponsor – Qonex.
Network segregation is a common security technique to prevent security issues in one network affecting another. When looking at how information can be moved or shared between such networks the concept of routable protocols, and the opposite non-routable protocols are often used. We also see the term routable / non-routable networks. They are not the same thing, let’s explain…
Continue reading “Non-Routable Protocols and Networks”
Rather than bring you the 12 Days of Christmas, we’ve done the 12 themes of 2014 instead! A look back at what has been making the headlines in the world of Information Security (and beyond) this year. Take a moment to relive the year…… Continue reading “The 12 Themes of 2014”
The Internet of things is a hot topic at the moment.
Subtitle: Countering Cyber Threat through Organizational Learning and Training
Author: Peter Trim and David Upton
This is an insightful debate in the Economist, the full title being
This house believes that a hyper-connected world is more rather than less secure.
Sadly I missed the online comment period, so was not able to offer my thoughts in the debate itself. I would have voted less secure.
Continue reading “Economist Debate: “…a hyperconnected world is more rather than less secure.””