Software Integrity

Archive for October 2016

 

U.S. Bank Regulators Want Higher Cybersecurity Standards

On Wednesday three U.S. bank regulators issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) calling on banks to do more with their cybersecurity programs. The Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency have proposed a set of standards. The standards, which are open to discussion […]

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Study Suggests Smart Cities Lack Critical Cybersecurity Protections

A new survey of government IT officials faults smart cities with a lack of cybersecurity protection. A survey of 203 IT professionals working for state and local governments conducted by Tripwire finds ninety-eight percent of government IT professionals see smart cities as not having adequate protection from cyberattacks. In particular, 27 percent faulted public Wi-Fi, […]

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A Gathering of the Superstars of Security Research

In a panel discussion at CodenomiCON 2016, industry representatives and security experts discuss the major security events of the last year. Moderating the discussion was Kim Zetter, author of Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World’s First Digital Weapon. Panelists included Matthew Carpenter, Principal Security Researcher, Grimm (SMFS, Inc.); Dr. Jared […]

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Synopsys Presented at Les Assises for the Second Consecutive Year

With over 2,000 experts and professionals from the French cybersecurity scene participating, Les Assises de la Sécurité et des Systèmes d’Informations is one of the most important event for CISOs and other decision makers in the IT security space. For its 16th edition, Les Assises invited all market players for 3 days of talks, workshops, and […]

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Five Software Licenses You Need to Understand

There are different types of software licenses with some requiring you to make your source code public. Do you know what’s in your software? If you wrote the software yourself, the answer would be yes. But, if you’re like most people, you probably only wrote a portion of it. Industry practices vary but studies do […]

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Automotive Cybersecurity – Industry Taking a Leadership Role

In the year since the Jeep Cherokee remote access hack on a public freeway, how has the automotive industry responded? In a panel discussion at CodenomiCON 2016, industry representatives and security experts discusses what has already been done and what is still needed in the future. Moderating the discussion was Mike Ahmadi, Global Director of […]

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The Comedic Stylings of Dr. Kevin Fu

They say that laughter is the best medicine. Dr. Kevin Fu, one of the first security researchers to test medical devices, took to the stage at this year’s CodenomiCON for a short, standup comedy routine. Nothing was safe. Fu talked about himself and about recent politics. And of course he also made fun of cybersecurity. […]

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