IoT is one of the fastest growing trends in technology today, yet enterprises are leaving themselves vulnerable to dangerous cyberattacks by failing to prioritize PKI security, according to new research from nCipher Security, an Entrust Datacard company.
UAE has far higher levels of trust in Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, such as smart home devices and wearables, compared to Europe, according to research commissioned by global cybersecurity leader Palo Alto Networks.
The 6th Annual Arab Future Cities Summit highlighted the region’s rapid development to become a global leader in smart cities, with Dubai being at the forefront of this transformation. With this growth, the role of digital technologies and smart solutions is ever increasing.
UL, the global independent safety science company, has issued a warning to businesses in the Middle East of the dangers posed by increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks that target unsecured internet-accessible devices and building control systems (BCS).
Denise Giusto Bilić, Security Researcher at ESET explains how internet-enabled Smart TVs have become a attractive target for cyberattacks and how cybercriminals can ruin more than your TV viewing experience by spying on users with the cameras and microphone or act as jumping-off points for attacks at other devices in home and corporate networks.
Signify, the world leader in lighting, and Dubai based real estate developers, Diamond Developers have signed a MoU as part of their mutual commitment to utilize creative and innovative technologies and solutions designed to promote sustainability.
A new report by Honeywell reveals that two-thirds of medium-to-large organizations in the UAE (68%) and Saudi Arabia (66%) believe Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies are critical to business operations, or will become critical in the next five years.