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Attacco hacker a Toyota, cosa è successo?

Rich Armor di Nozomi Networks conosce bene il settore automotive, avendo in passato ricoperto il ruolo di CISO di General Motors. Ha quindi seguito attentamente l’attacco subito da Toyota, riportato da Reuters. Che è arrivato poco dopo che il Giappone ha annunciato che avrebbe boicottato la Russia a seguito dell’invasione dell’Ucraina.

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Whether Ukraine is in a ‘cyberwar’ or not, it’s getting bad

There are other potential reasons for holding back details on cyberattacks for the moment, too. Simply put, cyber incidents during war “have the potential to augment fear, uncertainty and doubt” in a populace that is already overwhelmed, said Danielle Jablanski, OT cybersecurity strategist at Nozomi Networks.

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Un approccio open source alla condivisione delle informazioni sulla cybersecurity

Già in passato, discutendo della necessità di una piattaforma di condivisione delle informazioni sulla cybersecurity con il governo (o qualsiasi altro organismo di coordinamento), è emerso il motivo per cui una soluzione aperta è il miglior approccio possibile per garantire il massimo grado di sicurezza informatica e la conformità agli standard, consentendo al contempo alla comunità di avere la libertà di decidere quale piattaforma di monitoraggio della sicurezza informatica adottare.

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Toyota suspends production over cyber attack, Japanese Government investigating

Chris Grove, product director at software security company Nozomi Networks, said most attackers don’t fully understand the implications of their actions. “This shutdown of a third of Toyota’s global production should serve as a stark reminder on the complexities of our supply chains, how interdependent these systems are on each other, and the dangers criminals pose to society when they detonate malware in targeted systems,” Grove said.

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Washington steels for Russian cyberattacks

Companies are at various stages of readiness for crisis and damage control, Danielle Jablanksi, OT Cybersecurity Strategist at Nozomi Networks, told Axios. “Some are in a fortress where their shield is ready to go and others are kind of in crisis mode, not knowing what their shield looks like and what it can actually defend against,” Jablanski said.

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Cybersecurity nel trasporto marittimo: hacking e strumenti di difesa

Quando si parla di trasporto marittimo, il rischio di hacking informatico non può essere sottovalutato perché il settore rappresenta un anello fondamentale dell’economia globale. Non a caso, la risoluzione IMO.428(98) dell’Organizzazione marittima internazionale ― Imo incoraggia gli operatori marittimi a effettuare un audit delle infrastrutture critiche allo scopo di identificare eventuali falle esistenti. Diventa quindi necessario trattare l’importanza della cybersecurity.

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The 20 Coolest Network Security Companies Of 2022: The Security 100

Nozomi Networks in March debuted its Vantage OT and IoT network visibility and security offering to protect OT, IoT, IT, edge and cloud assets, located anywhere, with a single platform. Updates have eliminated “alert fatigue” by narrowing the hundreds of notifications security teams have to parse.

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Predictions for 2022 by cybersecurity vendors

Critical infrastructure defenses will mature significantly, thanks in part to progress when it comes to public and private co-operative efforts aimed at tightening defences, said Andrea Carcano, co-founder, and CPO at Nozomi Networks.

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Improving Security Posture Post-Pandemic

“The small to medium utilities in the water/wastewater sector are fighting more of an uphill battle than a medium or large one,” said Chris Grove, technology evangelist for cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks, “typically because they have a lot fewer resources to work with than a big city water facility that has millions of dollars.”

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