09/02/2016, by INCIBE. Across the industrial sector, organisations have in place risk management plans against physical hazards such as explosions, fires, etc. These systems prevent work-related accidents, but what happens with the digital environment, and how is it related to these accidents?
04/02/2016, by INCIBE. Technological evolution continues to rise strongly in all industrial sectors. Among those sectors, the medical field is incorporating ever greater advances, necessitating control over the level of security of new devices.
02/02/2016, by Antonio Rodríguez (INCIBE). There are still a great number of websites that do not use SSL/TLS certificates to encrypt their connections; this has been a problem in web communications security for years. There are various reasons for this; however, perhaps the most important is the fact that historically, having an SSL certificate was unviable economically, particularly for personal websites, SMEs, or small online shops...
28/01/2016, by David Cantón (INCIBE). Nobody can deny that computer security is a vital issue in our lives, affecting all of us. It is not uncommon to see articles on themes related to or speaking directly about computer security in newspapers or mainstream publications. The INCIBE_ Cybersecurity Highlights log aims to gather together articles published on events or incidents related to computer security based on their importance or...
26/01/2016, by INCIBE. Building Management Systems, also known as BMS (Building Management System), have become more and more popular, and more generalized, over the course of the consumer electronics boom. This article describes the problems and security protocols found in this field.
14/01/2016, by INCIBE. 2015 has come to an end and it is now time to look back on the year's evolution as well as on how hard companies worked towards achieving industrial device security.