SHIoT HAPPENS: Have Hackers Pwned Your Access Points?

By Joe Lea, VP of Product It seems like the internet-of-things (IoT) is taking over the world, and their use in the enterprise is growing at a rapid pace. In fact, nearly every respondent in a recent McKinsey survey said … Continue Reading

SHIoT HAPPENS: Could A Hacker Weaponize Your Printer?

By Joe Lea, VP of Product Organizations know they should use anti-malware software to protect endpoints from exploits. When IT admins think of “endpoints”, though, they generally think in terms of desktop and laptop computers—and possibly mobile devices like smartphones … Continue Reading

SHIoT HAPPENS: A $750 Billion Tech Giant Has Hackable Badge Readers?

By Joe Lea, VP of Product Even if you don’t use one yourself, odds are good that you’ve seen someone walking around with a badge with a grainy headshot of themselves on a lanyard around their neck or attached to … Continue Reading

SHIoT HAPPENS: Digital Microscope A Target for WannaCry?

By Joe Lea, VP of Product Across virtually every industry, IoT and other new connected technologies deliver unique benefits and streamline the ways things get done. This is often a double-edged sword though because, for every advantage connected devices deliver, … 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

SHIoT HAPPENS: 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