WATCH: Why your computer can almost certainly be hacked via your processor

MELTDOWN AND SPECTRE

Researchers have uncovered alarming cybersecurity vulnerabilities in processors used in almost every computer in use on Earth.

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IFSEC Global polled hundreds of professionals involved in the building supply chain and management of commercial premises to understand the changing 'smart building' landscape.

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This round-up of articles, which distills several presentations from IFSEC 2017 to their key tips and insights, focuses on counter-terror and cybersecurity - especially regarding physical security
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WATCH: Why your computer can almost certainly be hacked via your processor

References

  1. ^ The smart buildings report 2017: installed base, benefits and challenges, cyber threat and barriers to adoption (www.ifsecglobal.com)
  2. ^ Free Download: (www.ifsecglobal.com)
  3. ^ Click here to download now (www.ifsecglobal.com)

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