Positive Technologies' research found critical vulnerabilities that cyber criminals could use to steal personal data and carry out denial of service. The news was picked up by Software Testing News.
Leigh-Anne Galloway discusses the UK's Key Princples of Cyber Security for Connected and Automated Vehicles with IoT Now
PT's expert Leigh-Anne shared her views on t UK government's new guidelines for securing smart cars,.
Figures from the Financial Conduct Authority, the City watchdog, showed there were 89 attacks against firms it regulates last year, compared with five in 2014. Leigh-Anne Galloway shared her thoughts on this news with Information Security Buzz.
Positive Technologies' security audits show that corporate information systems became more vulnerable in 2016
Organisations are vulnerable to simple hacking techniques Evgeny Gnedin tells SC Magazine
Positive Technologies security audits reveal organisations are vulnerabile to simple hacking techniques
Positive Technoloiges has been tracking the Cobal cybercriminal group and its tactics have changed.
The IT security Guru picked up Positive Technologies’ new report of Cobalt’s activities, a cybercriminal group.