Drones need to be treated as any other Internet of Thing devices, with software that gathers and stores sensitive information that needs to be protected, according to IT security company CyberArk Labs.
The attack on telecommunications companies by the group APT10, detailed by US/Israel firm Cybereason on Tuesday, appears to be one that leverages privileged access in privileged accounts, the Research Team Lead at Israel-based firm CyberArk Labs says.
The increasing use of containers has opened a new avenue of entry for malicious attackers, a researcher from security outfit CyberArk Labs has warned, pointing out that container security was not straightforward and not well understood.
One would think it's a little too late in the day for that.
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