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The Internet of Things (IoT) is Dangerous. But it Doesn't Have to Be.

November 26, 2018
| Jothy Rosenberg

Barnaby Jack, laptop in hand, stood 50-feet away and hit return on his keyboard.

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How To Stop Bleedingbit CVE-2018-16986 at the Core

November 09, 2018
| Sal Trifilio

 

Millions of devices, primarily network access points, could very well be vulnerable to two new types of proximity-based attacks discovered by Armis and dubbed Bleedingbit.

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How CoreGuard Supports More Secure Compartmentalization

November 05, 2018
| Sal Trifilio

Last year, the costs associated with cybercrime for businesses skyrocketed 23 percent, raising their annual costs to $11.7 million, on average, according to Accenture’s 2017 Cost of Cyber Crime Study. Worse yet, the study found that the most...

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As The FDA Works on Medical Device Security Guidelines, A Look at Why They Matter

October 30, 2018
| Sal Trifilio

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What You Need To Know About Building More Secure Processors

October 22, 2018
| Sal Trifilio

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IoT: Where's the Security?

September 27, 2018
| Sal Trifilio

The Internet of Things makes a lot of promises.

Smarter houses that light up when you return home and adjust the temperature before you can even say, “I’m cold.” Autonomous vehicles that get you from point A to B while you catch up on today’s...

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Understanding Herd Immunity and How It Can Help Secure the Internet of Things

September 19, 2018
| Jothy Rosenberg

 

As cyberattacks grow in both number and complexity, they also present an outsized threat to civilized society as we know it.

Ironically, one of our best resources for understanding how to solve this problem doesn’t come from computer...

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New World Order: Cybercriminal Groups Pose Greater Threat Than Nation-States

September 13, 2018
| Sal Trifilio

 

If you’re a utility company, then you’ve probably already received warnings from the Department of Homeland Security about nation-states that are trying to infiltrate and disrupt the United States electrical grid.

But new reporting by the ...

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Sorting Out Security: Making Sense of Today’s Solutions

June 26, 2018
| Jothy Rosenberg

Today’s cybersecurity landscape is confusing and difficult to navigate. There are thousands of vendors selling different flavors of security solutions for embedded systems and networks.

Solutions range from antivirus software to encryption to...

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Why GDPR Is Changing the Face of Data Privacy

April 23, 2018
| Team Dover

A forthcoming EU regulation is changing the international landscape of data privacy.

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