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  1. PKI: Solving the IoT Authentication Problem

    Big data and connectivity are changing the way we live and do business. Connecting every day devices, products, and systems to the global Internet provides the ability to have rich data at our fingertips to improve our decision-making, analyze patterns, and, for businesses, improve the bottom line. This movement toward connecting everything to the Internet…


  2. Recap of RSA Conference 2016

    The theme for this year’s RSA Conference was “Connect to Protect.” Humanity has been connecting with each other in many forms over many years. The Internet has become the central nervous system for modern communications. RSA Conference stands behind how people and businesses reach out to each other and collectively address growing cyber security threats,…


  3. Smart Home Security in 2016: You Could Be Vulnerable

    Recent reports of vulnerable smart devices are revealing the irony of smart home security—namely, that it can create a false sense of assurance while actually posing new vulnerabilities. In a recent article, CSO Online reported on Comcast’s Xfinity Home Security flaw that falsely shows home doors and windows are secured when they are, in fact,…


  4. Most Hackable Devices and Suggested Tips

    As Silicon Beat has written in their recent article, 2016 could be the year for the Internet of Things. In many ways, we wouldn’t expect anything less as we inch closer and closer to a fully connected world. Yet, the devices that are commonplace or are on their way to becoming commonplace, come with their…


  5. Emerging Cyber Threats in 2016

    In 2015, several attacks compromised millions of personal records. The main breaches in 2015 according to Network World are as follows: Multiple breaches in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) led to the theft of 22 million records on current and former employees. The hacks on two major health insurers, Anthem and Premera, compromised data…