Low Hanging Security Fruit

2015-08-31, 13:54 Posted by: Janne Haldesten

What happens in Vegas, shouldn't always stay there

Being THE information security events of the year, Blackhat and Defcon in Las Vegas, USA, had a lot to offer this year too. In general, Internet-of-Things and cyber physical systems security received a lot of attention ranging from spread spectrum satcom hacking and drone takedown, using SDR (Software Defined Radio) and RF-attacks, to attacks against various IoT devices such as Linux powered rifles and payment solutions.

Blackhat, Defcon, Secure Connectivity Read: What happens in Vegas, shouldn't always stay there
2014-06-19, 13:17 Posted by: bengt.berg@cybercom.com

Do All Vendors Underperform?

Read: Do All Vendors Underperform?
2014-06-03, 18:55 Posted by: Bengt Berg

What We Learn from the Heartbleed Bug - 3/3

Read: What We Learn from the Heartbleed Bug - 3/3
2014-05-26, 14:01 Posted by: Bengt Berg

What We Learn from the Heartbleed Bug - 2/3

Read: What We Learn from the Heartbleed Bug - 2/3
2014-05-19, 09:10 Posted by: Bengt Berg

What We Learn from the Heartbleed Bug - 1/3

heartbleed, codenomicon, openssl, foss, open source security, open source, owasp Read: What We Learn from the Heartbleed Bug - 1/3
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About this blog

Sure, there are wonderful things that will happen in the IT world a few years from now. There are, of course, extremely advanced stuff coming that will both solve (and create) extremely advanced problems.

I won’t spend too much effort on those in this blog. Instead, I will write about easy - or at least possible - uses of technology or methods we already know. Things one can do to can solve the issues with IT, connectivity, or security that you and I have in our faces every day. Hard problems, comparatively easy solutions.

In other words: this is a blog about low hanging fruits.

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