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Cyberattacks in 2021: Lessons Learned

December 27, 2021
| Kylee Malkiewicz

With 2021 coming to a close, let’s look back at some of the cyberattacks we’ve seen this year, and discuss what we can expect for 2022. 

Security Communications IIoT

How to Secure Private 5G Networks

March 24, 2021
| Kylee Malkiewicz

A private 5G network is a wireless Local Area Network (LAN) that licenses 5G technologies inaccessible to the public. For organizations  that are ready to take advantage of 5G technology, the option of a private 5G network is particularly...

Privacy Communications IIoT

Why the 5G World Needs Real-Time Attack Detection

September 28, 2020
| Kylee Malkiewicz

5G is here. The build-up to the rollout of 5G has been years, but in 2020 the world is slowly but surely beginning to connect to and use 5G. In 2020, 160 million devices are projected to connect to the network, with hundreds of millions more...

Safety Communications

The Cybersecurity Risks of AI and 5G

August 04, 2020
| Kylee Malkiewicz

As 5G continues to roll out across the globe, it promises a hyperconnected world with fast downloads and low latency. These benefits of 5G in turn mean more complex systems—AI powered systems like smart cities and autonomous vehicles—are no...

Safety Privacy Communications IIoT

5G is Here. How Can We Secure It?

June 09, 2020
| Kylee Malkiewicz

Before we can begin to tackle the cybersecurity issues created by the introduction of 5G, it’s important to first understand what exactly 5G is. Don’t worry, it’s wavelengths don’t damage your immune system, nor is it responsible for the spread...

Privacy Communications

Meltdown and Spectre Reaffirm Dover’s Mission

January 09, 2018
| Jothy Rosenberg

Last week, near-panic ensued as the world learned of Meltdown and Spectre, the latest in a steady stream of cyber attacks.

Safety Communications