vxworks rtos vulnerability Security researchers have discovered almost a dozen zero-day vulnerabilities in VxWorks, one of the most widely used real-time operating systems (RTOS) for embedded devices that powers over 2 billion devices across aerospace, defense, industrial, medical, automotive, consumer electronics, networking, and other critical industries. According to a new report Armis researchers shared with […]
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The University of Leeds is pioneering a £4.2 million national infrastructure research project that will use tarmac 3D printing robots to repair potholes and cracks. These robots will be both aerial and ground-based in order to thoroughly inspect and identify damaged areas on roads in the UK. As part of a visionary project to create […]
WeLiveSecurity sat down with David Harley to get a better understanding of Critical Infrastructure and the role he has played in the area throughout his career. [Editor] How did you come to be involved with Critical Infrastructure? [David Harley] I first took an interest in Critical Infrastructure (CI) when […] .
Over the past year, two digital disasters have rocked the internet. The botnet known as Mirai knocked a swath of major sites off the web last September, including Spotify, Reddit, and the New York Times . And over the past week, the WannaCry ransomware outbreak crippled systems […] .
Snap Inc., the parent company of the popular photo-messaging and storytelling app Snapchat, is having a productive autumn. A couple of weeks ago, Snap filed confidential documents for a coming stock offering that could value the firm at $30 billion, which would make it one of the largest initial […] .
The emergence of application containers has come with questions about where this technology fits in the enterprise technology landscape, and more specifically how it compares to virtual machines. + MORE AT NETWORK WORLD : Are containers VM killers? A new report from 451 Research has some provocative findings on […] .
In Brief Cyber crooks find a new and ingenious way to make hundreds of thousands of dollars with no effort. An unknown cyber gang, pretending to be Armada Collective , has made more than $100,000 in less than two months simply by threatening to launch DDoS attack on websites, […] .
Brian Fanzo I don’t normally share things like this, but…I’ve had a heck of a week. On Monday, I released what I would consider my most significant research to date on the subject of digital transformation, “ The Race Against Digital Darwinism: Six Stages of Digital Transformation .” I […] .
Remember the industrial revolution? Industrial 3D printing will be bigger. That may seem like a bold statement—especially at a time when many people already think that 3D printing is over-hyped. However, facts support the assertion. Consider that there now exists a single technology from which almost everything can be […] .
The world of retail is constantly changing, whether it’s influenced by new technology , the way new products are marketed or how consumers choose to shop , big changes are around the corner. We decided to reach out to those who live and breathe everything retail and ask for […] .
PSFK talks to Nuala O’Connor about the importance of advocating for basic human rights in the online space PSFK talks to Nuala O’Connor about the importance of advocating for basic human rights in the online space Innovation is the new currency in today’s Idea Economy. In recognition of the […] .
PSFK speaks to Nico Sell, co-founder of the world’s most secure peer-to-peer encrypted messaging system, about the perils of digital security PSFK speaks to Nico Sell, co-founder of the world’s most secure peer-to-peer encrypted messaging system, about the perils of digital security Innovation is the new currency in today’s […] .
Denis Duvauchelle is the CEO and co-founder of productivity app Twoodo . This post first appeared on the Twoodo blog . Unless you do your job exclusively via email, there’s no excuse for you to have that tab or app open. There I said it.. But you do have […] .
March 05, 2015 Leslie Nuccio Snapchat’s fairly well-known at this point for bucking the trend, and Discover is no exception. The company that famously turned down a $3B offer from Facebook took a swipe at them in its Discover launch blog post, declaring, “This is not social media. Social […] .
A A Permalink to If you don’t like algorithmic filters, you’re probably not going to like the future of Twitter Summary: Twitter appears to be set to move forward with its plans to algorithmically filter or re-order your timeline — for your own good, of course — despite a […] .