Aviation cybersecurity has been an issue of growing concern around the world.
The breach, revealed in June, saw the leak of names, addresses, birthdates, social-insurance numbers and other private information from roughly 2.7 million people and 173,000 businesses.
Huawei, China’s first global tech brand, is at the centre of U.S.-Chinese tensions over technology competition and cyber-spying.
Department plans to hire a company to test employees with phoney phishing messages.
Information from Ontario Cannabis Store customers was improperly accessed, including postal codes and names or initials.
BMO and CIBC-owned Simplii were apparently targeted.
Outbreak paralyzed banks, government agencies and factories, including a Renault automotive factory.
Electricity distributor says it doesn’t believe its power system has been compromised.
With the push towards automation and digitization of the supply chain, cyber risks can be significant.
Ransoms have ranged from $1,000 to $50,000.
They claim to be managing disruptions but study suggests they aren’t backing that belief up with action.
Bridging the gap between car connectivity and security.
New cars now have up to 50 computers that run 20 million lines of software code, more than a Boeing 787.
Hacker software extorts money from computer and smartphone users.
Manufacturers need to be aware of the threat to their businesses and place cyber security high on the action list.