About a week ago, we attended the ‘Mexico+Canada: The Next Six Years’ forum. This was a timely event for us since we are currently working on opening a new Research & Development Centre in Guadalajara, the capital of the state of Jalisco.
To keep up with the latest technology developments, enterprises have to be highly agile to stay ahead of the competition.
The vulnerability named KRACK or WPA2 Key Reinstallation Attack was first discovered last year, and it came as a huge surprise to everyone. It was primarily a glitch that affected all WPA and WPA2 protocols that secure WiFi networks.
After targeting government agencies, healthcare institutions, banks, and the maritime industry, bad actors have now turned their attention to restaurants.
Last month, the Canadian company Recipe Unlimited (formerly Cara Operations), announced that they were experiencing a “malware outbreak” that caused partial network outage and disrupted operations at several locations.
A few days ago, the Port of San Diego was hit by a ransomware cyber attack that affected its IT systems and administrative functions. The incident didn’t interfere with regular seaport operations and public safety, but caused disruptions in business services.