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Understanding Bluetooth Security

When it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) security research, you may run into roadblocks examining Bluetooth pairing and encryption between older devices and new ones - this blog post explains what you need to know to overcome them.

Labs Research, Bluetooth Security, Iot Security

Examining Personal Protection Devices: Hardware and Firmware Research Methodology in Action

In a technical paper released today, Duo Labs details research into two personal protection devices based on ARM Cortex M microcontrollers. These devices allow wearers to notify people of their well-being.

Iot Security, Personal Protection Devices

NIST’s New Security and Privacy Controls For IoT, MFA and SSO

NIST releases a new version of their Security and Privacy Controls, addressing new risks posed by the latest technology - the Internet of Things, plus guidance on combining single sign-on and multi-factor authentication.

Nist, Iot Security, Privacy, Mfa, Sso

The Dallas County Siren Hack

The emergency sirens were activated in Dallas County last Friday night at 11:42pm. First reported as a malfunction, it was later discovered to be a hack - here’s the technical details and why someone may have done it.

Iot Security

Strengthening the Signal in the Noise: IoT Security and Stunt Hacking

The whole Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon has really gained momentum amongst security professionals as a hot topic of discussion. More than a few people are calling for self-examination...

Iot Security, Stunt Hacking, Security Research