Posts Tagged ‘hacking’

5G

Passive Attack vs Active Attack

The Start of the Conversation  “Hi there, I am Grey Caesar” “That is a catchy name, sir. I am Xl-Kal”. GC – No Sir. You look a lot senior to me. I should call you sir. Xl-Kal – I get it, mate. What brings you here to the hacking expo show? GC – Oh yeah, […]

Operation BLACKHAT

Operation BLACKHAT Two-Minute Conversation A tycoon businessman, Mr. Sanjay was having a two-minute conversation with the kidnappers regarding the ransom and location to rescue his son, a 5th-grade student – Raghav. Mr.Sanjay wondered how the kidnappers got the new family code. The family code changes every month and kept secret within the close aides. He […]

Negative Implications of Self-Driving and Connected Cars

While the benefits of driverless and connected cars are obvious, there are plenty of negative implications as well, many of which we can’t even predict. However, cybersecurity and data privacy are the most obvious issues. The technology that enables cars to function on their own, perform better, and enhance our driving experience comes with a […]

War On Cybercrime [Trend To Watch]

In a survey conducted by the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the premier post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry, 56% of respondents rated cyber risk a top-five concern, while 22% indicated it was their biggest concern. A recent quarterly Cybersecurity Market Report published by Cybersecurity Ventures projects that $1 trillion will be spent […]

How to Mitigate Security Risks with APIs

APIs in the Current World With the advancement of SOA and new-age technologies coming door-to-door, we see how the Internet of Things is touching our everyday lives, be it from Apple Watch and Fitbit to building apps in automobiles, banking, the retail industry, etc. I recently read somewhere that eCommerce for JC Penny is gaining […]

Coin: The Credit Card that Eliminates all Others

Brian O’Donnell, Senior Technical Consultant at Perficient, recently wrote a blog about Coin, the new all-in-one digital credit card that was recently announced. What is Coin?  Coin is a brilliant new technology that allows users to consolidate all of their cards into a single Coin card.  A Coin card is not your traditional credit card.  It […]

Coin Credit Card

Coin — One card to rule them all?

What is Coin?  Coin is a brilliant new technology that allows users to consolidate all of their cards into a single Coin card.  A Coin card is not your traditional credit card.  It is an electronic device the size of a credit card with a programmable magnetic strip.  Any card with a magnetic strip whether […]