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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: iot

Coffee Machine Hacked – and THIS IS Just The Beginning

The alarming concept of IoT cyber attacks sends us straight to a dystopic vision of crashing automatic cars, and smart elevators stuck in place with evil music playing in the background. Looming over the excitement for next generation technology is a cloud of worry about the cyber implications of connecting everyday devices to the internet. While we’re sure that a hospital whose critical scanning machines are being held captive by ransomware will pay up, we don’t tend to stop and think about our small day-to-day actions that may be affected as well. If your printer was held hostage by ransomware before a critical meeting, and you had to pay $100 to free it – would you?

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A Special Message to CrowdStrike MyDNS Users

In the coming days, CrowdStrike will formally end-of-life their DNS service that many customers are using. This service takes Crowdstrike intelligence and puts it into a CrowdStrike-managed DNS resolver to protect against advanced threats that they are tracking. When this service is retired, you will no longer have protection at that layer. As an important note, there are many classes of devices that endpoint protection do not work on (medical devices, IoT, etc) but by using DNS, you can still provide a strong layer of protection.

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How to Easily & Efficiently Secure Your Home DNS

Like many technologists who are also parents, I think a great deal on how best to protect my family online. Working for a security company, I have access to more tools than the average person, so recently I’ve implanted DNS security at home. I focused more on DNS because there are no “services” offered on my home network, and I’m mostly concerned more about my kids or wife clicking on a phishing link or similar outbound malicious traffic.

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Torii: The New IoT Botnet You Might Need to Start Worrying About

An extremely sophisticated IoT botnet has recently been discovered and dubbed “Torii.” One of Torii malware’s many advanced capabilities is running on just about every type of smartphone, computer and tablet, with over 100 malware variants supporting over 15 different architectures.

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Webcast with John Bambenek: Dangerous Lessons Learned from 2018's Healthcare Breaches

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Why Foreign Hackers Are Targeting Lawmakers' Personal Accounts

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) on Capitol Hill in Washington on Dec. 19, 2017. (Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post)

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SC Magazine: ThreatSTOP CEO Talks IoT Security for Healthcare Industry

ThreatSTOP CEO and Founder Tom Byrnes recently spoke with SC Magazine about the inherent security risks of IoT devices in the healthcare industry.

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