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The role of a CISO has developed over the years. Security leaders now influence over 90% of board and management decisions.
Hardware-based social engineering techniques can be extremely deceptive and hard to recognize. So, for an extra layer of protection, HAC-1 provides the visibility required to detect, identify, and block Rogue Devices.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the theme for the first week is “Be Cyber Smart”. Find out how to “be cyber smart” when it comes to avoiding hardware-based attacks.
IoTs are getting exploited by bad actors. Enterprises must tackle the visibility issues associated with IoT security, starting with Layer 1.
Retail is one of the most targeted industries for cyberattacks. It relies heavily on its suppliers-a large supply chain increases vulnerability.
Hardware attack tools go under the radar of existing security software. The lack of physical layer visibility allows bad actors to bypass security solutions.
Organizations deem MACsec as a full proof network security protocol. But MACsec operates on Layer 2, leaving Layer 1 exposed. Physical Layer visibility is crucial.
An ATM attack can be simple to carry out. A lack of Physical Layer visibility means-if a rogue device is inserted into an ATM, it raises no security alarms.
The evil maid strikes again! After getting paid off by an attacker, she plugs a USB Rubber Ducky into a Smart TV in the office meeting room where confidential data is later presented. The attacker connects to the TV and downloads the file with the screen recordings.
Healthcare facilities, specifically hospitals, often perform critical, life-saving operations. Technology has developed in a way that it now assists in these operations. And the introduction of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) has proven to be mission-critical. However, the reliance on a Wi-Fi connection has left the healthcare industry extremely vulnerable to Evil Twin attacks….
As doctors’ visits have stalled during the pandemic, connected medical devices filled the gap. Such tools include everyday devices like smartwatches and fitness trackers to complex medication trackers and biometric scanners, to name a few. The use of such devices has become so widespread that their global market value expects to rise to $60 billion…
According to Gary Lineker, former England player, soccer is “a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes”. While that is the general concept, soccer is a far more complicated sport that relies on well-thought-out strategies and tactics. And just like all other industries, soccer– and sporting in general – has found a…
The pharmaceutical industry is an attractive target to cyber criminals. With HAC-1, enterprises gain Physical Layer visibility, providing a panacea to the gap in device visibility by detecting all IT, OT and IoT devices operating across the network and peripheral infrastructure.
Recommendations provided by government agencies and cybersecurity entities often fail to recognize the importance of hardware security, a security domain that goes sorely neglected, leaving enterprises exposed to hardware-based attacks.