This is an illuminating piece of thinking around ways to transform cybersecurity, to bolster its effectiveness, through learning lessons from the field of Sustainability. The paper was brought by the Public Knowledge organisation which is a non-profit Washington, D.C. based public interest group that is involved in intellectual property law, competition, and choice in the digital marketplace, and an open standards/end-to-end internet.
An excellent study about IoT security conducted by a consortia of bodies led by the Royal Academy Of Engineering in the UK. The study hihglights the genuine and coordinated effort needed to improve the security of IoT.
Recent research by Jason Reaves highlights the potential risk of data exfiltration via X.509 digital certificates metadata.
A 2017 research study around the risks of stolen credentials, undertaken by a consortium of academics from the University of California Berkeley, the International Computer Science Institute and Google.
Most IT security professionals are failing to take action about the risks associated with untrustworthy digital certificates and cryptographic keys, a survey has revealed.