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Critical Bluetooth flaw opens millions of devices to eavesdropping attacks

A newly disclosed vulnerability (CVE-2019-9506) in the Bluetooth Core Specification can be exploited by attackers to intercept and manipulate Bluetooth communications/traffic between two vulnerable devices. Researchers Daniele Antonioli, Nils Ole

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Organizations are Advancing their Efforts, Investing in OT Cybersecurity Programs

ICS cybersecurity threats remain high and present evolving challenges, a new SANS report reveals. However, since the last SANS OT/ICS report released in 2017, a growing majority of organizations have

Hardware/Network

Flaws in the design of IoT devices prevent them from notifying homeowners about problems

Design flaws in smart home Internet of Things (IoT) devices that allow third parties to prevent devices from sharing information have been identified by researchers at North Carolina State University. The flaws

Hardware/Network

Security remains a top concern for IoT executives, but small fixes can shore up ecosystem resilience

66 percent of companies say their c-suite executives are supportive of their IoT implementation, but even with strong support they noted there are hurdles to overcome.A research, released by Internet

Hardware/Network

Nine In Ten SMBs Suffering Wi-Fi Issues

Mesh Wi-Fi could solve their problems, but many businesses don’t know what that is. If your Wi-Fi has prevented you from getting your job done on at least one occasion,

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Vaporworms: New breed of self-propagating fileless malware to emerge in 2019

WatchGuard Technologies’ information security predictions for 2019 include the emergence of vaporworms, a new breed of fileless malware with wormlike properties to self-propagate through vulnerable systems, along with a takedown