FortiSIEM. Security And Compliance Made Easy

FortiSIEM provides organizations with a comprehensive, holistic and scalable solution, from IoT to the Cloud, with patented analytics that are actionable to tightly manage network security, performance and compliance standards, all delivered through a single pane of glass view of the organization. Contact Infosec Partners, Fortinet’s first ever UK Partner of Excellence to find out more.

Smart Bulbs. How Vulnerable Are Hue?

The popularity of smart bulbs such as Phillips’ Hue have grown exponentially in recent years. However, public awareness is growing of the danger that networked lighting can be an entry point to the entire smart home or building automation system. The convenience of a connected world enables homeowners to monitor their home from hundreds of miles away but also provides an attack surface to hackers and thieves.

Why Healthcare Security Breaches Are Big Wins for Cybercriminals

The healthcare industry is under attack for a reason. Cybercriminals view it as a place that’s ripe for “big wins,” and the number of large healthcare institutions recently falling victim to data breaches shows they’re having success.

Trick or Threat? What scares you this Halloween?

This Halloween, many of you will find it difficult to get a good night’s sleep. This might be because of the scary movie you just watched, the sugar overload from all the Halloween goodies you’ve eaten, or perhaps you’re afraid that cyber threats are about to jump out at you. Just like the ghosts and monsters stalking the streets this 31st October, there are a variety of cyber threats you need to be aware of. Given that Halloween falls on the final day of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it’s fitting to provide some lessons we can learn from the movies:

Singapore telecoms group Starhub hit by attacks on DNS servers

Less than a week after the attack on US-based DNS service provider Dyn, affecting organisations including Amazon, Spotify, Twitter etc., it appears no coincidence that there was a DDoS attack targeting the DNS servers of Singapore telecoms group Starhubs.

‘Internet of Things’ attacks Internet. What we know.

‘Internet of Things (IoT)’ attacks Internet. Was your smarthome partly responsible for the attack that impacted users of Amazon, Twitter, Netflix and Spotify?

Is Your Smart Home Committing A Cybercrime?

Is Your Smart Home Committing A Cybercrime? With the Internet of Things still in its infancy, it’s a safe bet to expect threats from IoT botnets to continue to grow exponentially in the same way that the number of connected devices does.

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