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More on NSO Group and Cytrox: Two Cyberweapons Arms Manufacturers

Schneier on Security

The other was hacked both by Pegasus and by the spyware from another cyberweapons arms manufacturer: Cytrox. According to Citzen Lab: We conducted Internet scanning for Predator spyware servers and found likely Predator customers in Armenia, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Madagascar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Serbia.

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Cybercriminals Increasingly Target Manufacturing, IP

Security Boulevard

Recent attacks targeting intellectual property (IP) and critical infrastructure are raising the security stakes for manufacturing organizations, as the industry records one of the highest attack rates of any sector since the onset of COVID-19. One in five manufacturing companies in the U.S.


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Ways Manufacturers Can Benefit from Going Online


Here, I will show you ways manufacturers can benefit from going online… Some businesses are based entirely on the internet. The post Ways Manufacturers Can Benefit from Going Online appeared first on SecureBlitz Cybersecurity.

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CISA Urges Manufacturers Eliminate Default Passwords to Thwart Cyber Threats

The Hacker News

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is urging manufacturers to get rid of default passwords on internet-exposed systems altogether, citing severe risks that could be exploited by malicious actors to gain initial access to, and move laterally within, organizations.

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App cyberattacks jump 137%, with healthcare, manufacturing hit hard, Akamai says

CSO Magazine

An analysis of customer data collected by content delivery network and internet services giant Akamai found that attacks targeting web applications rose by 137% over the course of last year, as the healthcare and manufacturing sectors in particular were targeted with an array of API and application-based intrusions.

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7 Key Security Principles for IoT Manufacturing


The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming increasingly essential in terms of assisting with product development and enhancements. It can also deliver significant benefits within the manufacturing industry. Explore important considerations for the IoT manufacturing industry!

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Securing the Internet of Things through Class-Action Lawsuits

Schneier on Security

This law journal article discusses the role of class-action litigation to secure the Internet of Things. It proposes proactive class action litigation against manufacturers of unsafe and unsecured IoT devices before those devices cause unnecessary injury or death. Result: insecure IoT.

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