A look at some of the top stories this week in the world of automotive, IoT, Industry 4.0, and Enterprise Edge product cybersecurity.
Android ‘Spoofing’ Bug Helps Target Bank Accounts (BBC)
Cyber criminals can exploit security weakness in Google’s Android software to steal banking logins and at least 60 financial institutions have already been targeted.
Microsoft Announces New Language for Secure Coding (ZDNet)
Company says their “Project Verona” is creating the new language based on Mozilla-developed Rust, and it will be open-sourced soon.
US Justice Department Issues New Cybersecurity Stipulations to Drone Policy (The Verge)
Updated drone policy includes a portion that requires cybersecurity checks.
Cyber Attack Leaves Nuclear Power Company Picking Up the Pieces (Telegraph)
National Cyber Security Centre has been secretly providing assistance to UK nuclear power company which has struggled to fix the damages caused by the attack, according to a report from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
New IoT Security Rating Issued for Manufacturers (Digital Journal)
New security rating from the company UL is meant to assess the critical security features of connected products against common attacks and known IoT vulnerabilities.