Dan Blum to Speak at ForgeRock NYC Identity Summit
I’ll be headed back to the Big Apple – the city of my birth where it all began – to the ForgeRock Identity Summit: Building Digital Trust with Digital Identity.
It will be great to be in the… Continue reading
Security Researcher Allegedly Hacks Into Commercial Passenger Airplane Flight Systems
According to the FBI, a security researcher may have hacked into commercial airplane flight systems from poorly-designed and poorly protected inflight entertainment systems (IFEs). If even the high-flying airline industry can’t protect its critical systems, what does that say… Continue reading
CBS Launches CSI Cyber Series with Hacked Baby Cam Story
Cyber CSI’s “Kidnapping 2.0” episode highlights cybercrime, forensics, IoT vulnerabilities, darknets and password quality issues for the public. Police and other law enforcement investigators should watch for any realistic tips and techniques they can use. But politicians and prospective… Continue reading
Three Laws of the IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be a mighty scary place. Whether you’re worried about privacy violations when Google Analytics meets your electric meter, malware shutting off the pacemaker or other scenarios for death through devices, there’s lots to be… Continue reading
The Internet of (Vulnerable) Things
What is it about IoT? I keep coming up with new acronyms:
- IOPT:… Continue reading
Can the Internet of Things be Secure?
Can the Internet of Things be secure? The impact on privacy and data control with Jamie Clark, Mark O’Neill, Dan Blum and Jonathan Rodriguez. For full… Continue reading
Securing the Internet of People and Things (IOPT)
As Kobielus… Continue reading