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Nozomi Networks Labs unveiled three different vulnerabilities in video recording device software from Axis. Axis has already released firmware updates addressing each issue after being notified about the vulnerabilities in June.
Three vulnerabilities in the IP video-surveillance systems created by Axis Communications could allow arbitrary code execution, among other attacks.
Cybersecurity budgets for industrial control systems and operational tech increasing: SANS Institute
The Nozomi Networks survey found 15% of respondents report that they have had a cybersecurity incident in their OT environment over the past 12 months.
The number of ransomware threats have increased of late, and the manufacturing industry — and the supply chain in general — is particularly vulnerable, a report from San Francisco-based cybersecurity industrial control system (ICS) company Nozomi Networks found.
The signing ceremony between Moro Hub and Nozomi Networks took place at Moro Hub in the presence of Eng. Marwan Bin Haidar, Vice Chairman and Group CEO of Digital DEWA and Edgard Capdevielle, Chief Executive Officer at Nozomi Networks.
Andrea Carcano, co-founder of Nozomi Networks, said the food supply chain, and the supply chain in general, doesn’t have strong cyber security measures in place.
This collaboration will integrate Cervello’s railway threat detection with the Nozomi cybersecurity portfolio.
“There is no honour among thieves,” said Andrea Carcano, co-founder, Nozomi Networks. “Trusting they won’t attack because you’re in a special category – or on a no-target – list is naive.”
Whether it be from meat shortages, fuel shortages, disruptions to key services or the loss of millions of dollars, consumers and businesses alike are facing the consequences of ransomware every day.
Nozomi Networks Inc., the leader in OT and IoT security, announced it has enhanced its channel program to fully mobilize its global network of partners for aggressive growth and success. The new Nozomi Networks ADVantage partner program rewards top partners that commit to building successful business with Nozomi Networks with unparalleled margins, go-to-market tools and programs, and certifications.
Researchers at industrial and IoT cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks have discovered a critical vulnerability that can be exploited to hack a video surveillance product made by Annke, a Hong Kong-based global provider of home and business security solutions.
According to a blog post published yesterday (August 26) by Nozomi Networks, unauthenticated attackers could access “private information recorded on videos, obtain the position of valuable assets, or stalk people”.
Nozomi Networks found remote code execution vulnerability CVE-2021-32941 in the web service of the Annke N48PBB network video recorder (NVR) — used by consumers and businesses.
New research released by Nozomi Networks in tandem with SANS found that 91% of respondents are using cloud technologies to directly support some aspect of industrial control system (ICS) operations.
Organizations that use industrial control systems (ICS) and other operational technology (OT) are increasingly concerned about cyber threats, and while they have taken steps to address risks, many don’t know if they have suffered a breach, according to a survey conducted by the SANS Institute on behalf of industrial cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks.
Rich Armour, senior advisor, and Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks, discuss how a post-breach mindset can lend itself towards efficient ransomware attack preparation
Dale Peterson interviewed Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks, on how he sees the OT Visibility and Detection market and what Nozomi plans on doing with the $100M raised.
Andrea Carcano is a myth! I remember his face when he came to me and I told him that if he realized a third of what he “saw” in his sparkling (and still sparkling) eyes, he would become a Silicon Valley billionaire !!! He and Moreno Carullo remind me of Jobs and Wozniak, Gates and Allen.
La pandemia ci ha insegnato tanto – da un lato quanto la catena di approvvigionamento sia sensibile e fondamentale, dall’altro l’emergere dei cosiddetti “smart hospital” dove il livello di interconnettività e l’utilizzo di device IoT continua a crescere.