To protect ADAS from external interference, cars need a special approach to cybersecurity.
The use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in business is growing at an exponential
rate. According to Gartner, the number of global IoT connections is expected to rise
to approximately 25 billion by 2025.
Longer product life cycles mean sustainability; shorter ones are easier in terms of support. Which should you choose?
When it comes to securing information technologies used by individuals, wider society and the state, the most important thing is the credibility of existing and emerging information systems.
If you take an interest in self-driving cars, then you probably already know about the incident involving an Uber car that killed a pedestrian.
Even if you’re not a football fan, you’re bound to have heard about the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.
I recently had a chance to talk with some experts from a consulting company. Among other things, we discussed IoT security and what offerings we at Kaspersky Lab have developed for it.
As you may aware, we have participated in Mobile World Congress and presented new solution to secure Internet of Things. Read the report about our participation in our blogs.
Andrey Nikishin has published a new blog post where he refers to one more incident happened with Tesla when autopilot was enabled. Can we trust and fully rely on modern autopilots or not?