Doverlog

Hacking Democracy

Published
November 10, 2017
by Team Dover

Mentioned on the blog before, explore the full technical report from DEFCON's Voting Village 

Software Security Hardware Voting

Patching: A Band-Aid on a Bullet Wound?

Published
November 07, 2017
by Team Dover

Learn How The Biggest Enemy in the Fight Against Software Vulnerabilities May Be Ourselves 

Software Security ZeroDay Patching

You've Heard of SaaS, Now Meet its Ugly Cousin RaaS

Published
October 24, 2017
by Marco Ciaffi

The Newest Trend in "Software As a Service" takes a Malicious turn

Software Security RaaS Ransomware

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month - Week 2

Published
October 12, 2017
by Team Dover

National Cybersecurity Awareness Week 2: Keeping the office Secure

Hacking Security Software Security NCSAM

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month - Week 1

Published
October 05, 2017
by Team Dover

National Cybersecurity Awareness Week 1: Learn How to stay safe online 

Hacking Security Software Security NCSAM

Minimum Viable Product and Its Impact on Cybersecurity

Published
October 04, 2017
by Nicole Perrault

Nicole explains how Minimum Viable Product is often misunderstood and how this can impact cybersecurity.

Security Software Security MVP

Haves and Have Nots in Cybersecurity

Published
August 31, 2017
by Team Dover

Cybersecurity inequality is a real and tricky problem. And it's everywhere.

News Security Software Security

Cayla Should Know Better (and Parents Should Settle for Nothing Less)

Published
August 02, 2017
by Nicole Perrault

Earlier this year, “My Friend Cayla” was banned in Germany. Cayla is an interactive doll that can tell stories, answer questions—even solve math problems.

Hacking IoT Security Software Security

Get Hacked and Your Cybersecurity Company May Pay

Published
July 17, 2017
by Team Dover

The MIT Technology Review says selling shoddy security software could put you on the hook for big payouts.

News Hacking Software Security