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SC Magazine: EvilAP attack observed at RSA Conference

Sensors monitoring Wi-Fi in the exhibit hall at the RSA 2017 Conference in San Francisco detected an EvilAP attack that compromised six different people roaming the floor packed with security pros,...

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Topics: In the News

SC Magazine: ‘Internet of Evil Things’ Challenges Security Pros

After Mirai shook the rafters of cybersecurity in 2016, IT security professionals (rightfully) expect that connected devices will be a major security headache in 2017 – but still struggle to get a...

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Topics: iot

As Wireless Devices Flourish, Network Security Pros Break Into Cold Sweats

WASHINGTON - Sure, your office may seem clean. But it’s probably not. Invisible network pollution contaminates the space, and it may open a door to evildoers. The pollution comes from the growing...

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Topics: iot

Pwnie Express Internet of Evil Things® study finds Information Security programs not keeping up with IoT & BYOD security threats

Boston, MA – More than 90 percent of IT security professionals said that connected devices will be a major security issue this year. However, 66% aren’t sure how many devices are in their...

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Topics: Press Release

7 Ways to Secure Your Connected Devices Against Hackers

A report this year by Pwnie Express—a Boston-based startup that helps businesses detect nearby rogue devices that might pose a threat—assesses some of the most vulnerable connected devices, from HP...

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Topics: iot

Pwnie Express Inducted Into SC Magazine's Industry Innovators Hall of Fame

Award recognizes Pwnie Express for product innovation and leadership in IoT Security Pwnie Express, the leading provider of device threat detection for wired, wireless, and Internet of Things (IoT)...

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Topics: Press Release

What Members of Congress Did Not Say About IoT Security

IoT Pwns DC - The White House and Capitol Hill each sound the alarm about the dangers of IoT security and the impact connected insecure devices can cause. What can we do right now to protect our...

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Topics: InfoSec News

3 IoT Questions for House Energy & Commerce about Cybersecurity

Tomorrow a US House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce hearing will examine how cybercriminals hijacked thousands of Internet-connected webcams and printers into a botnet army that...

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Topics: InfoSec News

Former Raytheon Chairman and CEO William Swanson Joins Pwnie Express Board of Directors

IoT Security Leader Adds Proven Security, Government and Military Expertise Boston, October 5, 2016 – Pwnie Express, the leading provider of device threat detection for wired, wireless and IoT...

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Topics: Press Release

Wayfair & Fuze Win Big at the 2016 MassTLC Leadership Awards

By Dylan Martin BostInno Wayfair and Fuze were the top winners of the 2016 MassTLC Leadership Awards Gala Wednesday night at the Seaport World Trade Center. Other winners included Toast, Pwnie...

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Topics: In the News

Pwnie Express Appoints Todd DeSisto to Its Board of Directors

Former Axeda CEO, IoT Innovator and Leader BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Sep 14, 2016) - Pwnie Express, the leading provider of device threat detection for wired, wireless and IoT devices, today...

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Topics: Press Release

Hands-on: Blue Hydra can expose the all-too-unhidden world of Bluetooth

By Sean Gallagher Ars Technica Bluetooth Low Energy devices like smart watches, "wearables," give you up all day. My new neighbor was using AirDrop to move some files from his phone to his iMac. I...

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Yes, you can hack cell phones like on Mr. Robot—just not the way they did

By Sean Gallagher Ars Technica Warning: This piece contains minor spoilers for the most recent episode of Mr. Robot (S2E9) Time and time again,  Mr. Robot  has proven to be a show that prides itself...

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Topics: In the News

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