Entries by Cameron Camp

Connected cars: How to improve their connection to cybersecurity

With software becoming more important than ever, how can engaging the security industry make the road ahead less winding? Here at CES, the car manufacturers race to launch the latest gadgets in their new models before the competition. And that’s hard to do without breaking down the software silos. That would mean using widely developed, […]

CES – Taking a smart city for a test drive

No one has a road map for securing a connected city – but there should be a whole atlas of such maps Here at CES, Toyota just announced plans to build a 175 acre (70 hectare) playground in Japan to test connected cities, complete with cars, buildings and real residents willing to be something of […]

5 personal (and cheap) data privacy tools that scale for business

Smart selections when starting small can ease the pain as you scale up your company’s privacy infrastructure If, unlike enterprise customers, you don’t have six figures to spend, what are some things you can do to protect your data that can scale as your business grows? Even if you don’t plan on scaling to an […]

CyberwarCon – the future of nation‑state nastiness

How the field of play has changed and why endpoint protection still often comes down to doing the basics, even in the face of increasingly complex threats The news cycle is awash with coverage of campaigns that have nation-state fingerprints all over them. Now, here at CyberwarCon in Washington, D.C., there’s a deluge of energy […]