We all know that there is no such thing as a free lunch, or security product, so what’s the catch?
Trick the firmware and you have access to the whole system. Here at Black Hat, there are a lot of people doing just that.
If industry frameworks are to inform and secure the critical infrastructure writ large, here at Black Hat there a lot of people punching holes in them, and in simple ways.
This year at Black Hat, tiny automated hacking platforms are everywhere, loaded with tasty purpose-built tools that can be used to break into your systems.
Cameron Camp, in attendance at this year’s Black Hat in Las Vegas, takes a closer look at attacks against physical infrastructure.
This year at Black Hat, it will be incumbent upon newer vendors to make sensational claims to gain market share from established vendor, says Cameron Camp.
Stephen Cobb, senior security researcher at ESET answers the 10 most frequently asked questions on election hacking.
ESET’s Stephen Cobb explains the four significant security and privacy assumptions that Snowden’s actions, and the resulting revelations, have undermined.
At VMworld there are a bewildering number of technologies trying to integrate in order to provide your data to entire networks, reports ESET’s Cameron Camp.
All too commonly API security is something of an afterthought, says ESET’s Cameron Camp at this year’s VMworld. This needs to change.
VMworld this year feels like a confessional – operators coming clean about their lack of data visibility, heads hung in shame, says ESET’s Cameron Camp.
This year at Defcon, the car hacking village is bigger than ever, says Cameron Camp. Key observation? The tools are getting better.
In years past at Black Hat here in Las Vegas, there was row after row of hardware, then, in later years, row after row of software – Now there’s row after row of middleware.
Ahead of this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego, ESET’s Aryeh Goretsky has put together a handy travel, security and privacy guide.
Remember when a 100 gigabyte hard drive was huge? I try not to think about it, but I also remember when no one could figure out what to do with a hard drive “that large”.
It’s said that the biggest vulnerabilities in a network environment are its users. If only there was a way to control those unruly users – Oh, but there is!
Apple is the latest in a host of technology players to be requested to allow exceptional access, that is, access in exceptional cases where it would be deemed to have high value relative to an active investigation.
The final instalment in Cameron Camp’s security-focused coverage of CES 2016, looks at the future of drones. It’s all about augmented reality.
Car security is rising to the fore here at CES 2016, which is not altogether surprising as 2015 was the year when car hacking really crossed over into the mainstream.
As ever, ESET is once again in attendance at CES in Las Vegas, offering you expert insight into all the security aspects of this year’s show, which, from what have seen so far, is a key focus for CES in 2016.