A look at some of the top stories this week in the world of automotive, IoT, Industry 4.0, and Enterprise Edge product cybersecurity.
The Cost of Security? Man Sues Ring After Home Camera Hacked (The Guardian)
Alabama man says his camera was hacked and used to harass his children. The lawsuit also mentions seven other such incidents, including one in which a hacker demanded a ransom of \$350,000.
Online Freight Matching Marketplace Back Online After Ransomware Attack (DC Velocity)
Malware software virus took down Truckstop.com over the holiday season, forcing company to shut down its operations on December 20th, at the peak of the holiday shipping rush. Company did not disclose if they paid the hackers or not.
Microsoft Secures Court Order to Seize North Korean Cyberattack Domains (Techradar)
Move follows attacks from a group affiliated with North Korea, which seized user account details to steal data and upload malware.
Smartphones at Higher Risk of Hacking in 2020 Report Finds (Express Computer)
Study predicts there will be a significant rise in mobile-focused malware and banking Trojans, which will be boosted by Artificial Intelligence.