ADS-B technology supplements pilots' situational awareness and provides valuable weather data, but it remains to be seen whether it will impact aviation cybersecurity and passengers' data privacy.
As the fabric of the internet evolves, security professionals must be aware of DNS security threats, such as DDoS attacks and schemes designed to direct users to malicious websites.
As we wrap up one of the wildest years the industry has ever seen, the IBM Resilient team offered three bold cybersecurity predictions for 2018.
According to a recent study, researchers have found that DDoS attacks have risen to nearly 30,000 per day globally.
DDoS attacks are larger and more frequent in 2017 than they were just two years ago, new security research has shown.
The traditional slow crescendo of malicious traffic in DDoS attacks is being replaced by a technique that hits organizations in multiple places at once.
Our prediction at the end of 2016 held true: The influx of advanced DDoS, POS and other attacks targeting the financial sector has yet to abate in 2017.
The IBM X-Force team tracked the weaponization of IoT devices and found that the threat of so-called thingbots increased dramatically in 2016.