From Banking Trojan to Malware Distributor

Emotet is one of the most dangerous and widespread malware threats active today. Ever since its discovery in 2014—when Emotet was a standard credential stealer and banking Trojan, the malware has evolved into a modular, polymorphic platform for distributing other kinds of computer viruses. Being constantly under development, Emotet updates itself regularly to improve stealthiness,…

Shared mobility isn’t about fancy apps, it’s about getting the basics right

This article was written by Venkatesh Gopal, Business Development and Partnerships Manager, Movmi, on The Urban Mobility Daily, the content site of the Urban Mobility Company, a Paris-based company which is moving the business of mobility forward through physical and virtual events and services. Join their community of 10K+ global mobility professionals by signing up for…

Innovation in Artificial Intelligence [INFOGRAPHIC]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are leading edge technologies that involve using algorithms to make predictions based on large datasets, much in the way humans take action based on experience, but with far greater efficiency and at a much greater scale. Because of these qualities, AI/ML has an enormous perceived potential ttot automate a range of processes across the organization. But are IT executives adopting this innovative technology? And are their efforts coming to fruition?

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Researchers Warn of Critical Flaws Affecting Industrial Automation Systems

A critical vulnerability uncovered in Real-Time Automation’s (RTA) 499ES EtherNet/IP (ENIP) stack could open up the industrial control systems to remote attacks by adversaries. RTA’s ENIP stack is one of the widely used industrial automation devices and is billed as the “standard for factory floor I/O applications in North America.” “Successful exploitation of this vulnerability…