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The Wave of Open Source Vulnerabilities  (That Becomes a Tsunami of Remediation)

Vulnerabilities tied to open source components have been increasing over the few years and especially in the last few months. Whether it’s Log4j, PwnKit, Snap, WordFence, or many others, chances are you’ve seen or heard of these vulnerabilities and the risks associated with them. This blog dives into some details on both the scale of this issue, as well as steps you can take to remediate them.

Log4j and IoT Need for Urgent Action

The recently discovered cyber vulnerability in Apache Log4j, a widely used open source Java...

ThroughTek, Round 2:  Need for Automated Remediation

Today’s news I had to read twice – devices using a ThroughTek chipset contain a significant...

ThroughTek P2P Vulnerability Puts Spotlight on IoT Remediation

This past week a significant vulnerability was found in several different makes and models of IP...

Why Urgency Around Unmanaged and IoT Security Hit This Week

In several corporate boardrooms (perhaps yours), this was the week where the risk and scale of...

Viakoo Comments on Solarwinds Breach

Summary Viakoo was not affected by the SolarWinds breach.  Viakoo does not share technologies nor...

Good Advice – Wash Your Cyber Hands!  Even Better – Do It Remotely!!

We are on the verge of a crisis in Cyber Hygiene.  Not only are millions of IoT devices (like...

Convergence is Back with a Vengeance

A few years ago at physical security industry conferences the word I heard the most was...

Automating Lifecycle Management of IP-Based Physical Security Systems

As the physical security industry has transitioned from analog to IP-based systems, several...

Are You Automating Camera Firmware Updates? You Should.

The now infamous Target data breach was transacted by malware being placed on the HVAC system...