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Canonical releases Ubuntu Core 18 OS for IoT devices

Ubuntu Core 18 is a lightweight operating system for IoT and embedded devices Canonical has officially launched Ubuntu Core 18, bringing the popular locked-down Linux distro Ubuntu 18 to small connected and embedded devices. Ubuntu Core 18 is a stripped down version of Ubuntu 18 and weighs in at a feather-like 260mb, but is packed with… Read More


Businesses in the dark over IoT breaches

Research indicates almost half of companies cannot tell if IoT devices have been breached Businesses are failing to implement effective IoT security strategies and almost half have no idea if their devices have been breached, according to security company Gemalto. Since the term IoT was coined, experts have sounded the alarm about the dangers of increasing… Read More


The inexorable rise of advanced persistent threats
John Bensalhia talks to Ian Thornton-Trump about the rise of the APT (Advanced Persistent Threat), and how organisations can best defend themselves  Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a relatively recent addition to the cybersecurity lexicon. It stands for a stealth computer network attack in which the attackers illegally gain access to a network and stay... Read More

Do you have proper Kubernetes security policies in place?
On the back of last year's high-profile discovery of a privilege escalation flaw in Kubernetes, CIOs and CSOs are in need of solid security strategies to protect applications under the helm of Captain Kubernetes. Brian Johnson, CEO of DivvyCloud, explores the complex task of managing massive, distributed systems built on open source technologies As Kubernetes solves a few... Read More

BlackBerry brings secure smartphone tech to IoT devices
Former phonemaker to license secure technology to manufacturers to improve safety and security of IoT devices BlackBerry is jumping into the IoT space to boost the security of connected devices, it announced at CES Monday. Despite their burgeoning popularity approximately 80 percent of consumers in the U.S, U.K and Canada do not trust their internet-connected devices... Read More


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