SHIoT HAPPENS: Hacked Vending Machines Snack on Your Data

By Joe Lea, VP of Product Vending machines have been around for more than 100 years. You can find them everywhere selling anything from newspapers, to soda, to sandwiches, or even actual full-sized automobiles. With modern technology, though, organizations may … Continue Reading

SHIoT HAPPENS: Real Security Issues and Exposures of IoT and Unmanaged Devices

By Joe Lea, VP of Product We’ve come a long, long way since the first IoT device – reportedly a 1980s Arpanet-connected Coca-Cola dispenser at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. But that thirst for a cold beverage opened the door to … Continue Reading

IoT Predictions for 2019

By Joe Lea Vice President of Product Businesses will wake up in 2019 to find they have even more unmanaged and IoT devices throughout their organizations. Some purchases by the company. Some brought in by employees or vendors. Designed to … Continue Reading

Santa's Workshop

Santa’s Connected Workshop

T’was a week before Christmas, when all through his shop, Santa’s things were connecting, with no DevSecOps. And up in his office, he was unaware, Those things had been hacked with feverish flair! His elves were equipped with smart tablets … Continue Reading

CT Scanner Patient Zero for WannaCry?

The convergence of technology and healthcare is amazing, but it also exposes us to a new kind of risk. Connected medical devices streamline patient care, enhances the capabilities of medical professionals, and—in some cases—it even saves lives. Devices like pacemakers … Continue Reading

InfoSec Professionals Predict More IoT Attacks

InfoSec Professionals Predict More IoT Attacks; Utilities and Healthcare Most at Risk For many security professionals and researchers attending Black Hat 2018 this week in Las Vegas, the Internet of Things (IoT) was a hot topic. From sessions on hacking … Continue Reading