Vulnerable libssh Embedded Into Critical IoT

ZDNet has reported that a security flaw in libssh “leaves thousands of servers at risk of hijacking.” (CVE-2018-10933) This was a well written article.  However, we believe Catalin Cimpanu, the author, understated the actual risk to organizations when he said “most servers, IoT devices, and personal computers [use the non-vulnerable] openssh instead of libssh.”

Medical IoT Devices Named Top Security Threat

Last week our content manager, Mindy Affrime, sent me an article about the risks associated with Medical IoT Devices. The article caught my attention because of the author.  It was published by the Cyber Security Engineering Department at the University of San Diego.  The article names four areas they believe “will be particularly vulnerable to

IoT’s Rough Patch

According to a survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers, almost 70% of connected IoT devices lack fundamental security. According to analyst firm IDC, “the number of IoT devices will grow from approximately 6 billion in this decade to 28 billion in 2020 — a staggering number. The market for wearable smart devices alone is expected to increase at

The State of IoT Security

The team at Securolytics is excited to present the first of our blog series on IoT Security. There is no Technology Security issue that has more people talking and businesses struggling for solutions. Why? Simple- IoT is a real security risk for businesses and no one is predicting that the need for IoT security is