Tag: hardware

A network of 150,000 IP-enabled devices including cameras and DVRs were involved in a denial of service attack against the French hosting firm OVH, an executive claimed.

Botnet of 140,000 Cameras, DVRs Behind Biggest DoS Ever

In-brief: The head of a hosting firm said a botnet of almost 150,000 cameras and digital video recorders was behind a massive denial of service attack. 

Industrial Internet Consortium Publishes Security Framework

Industrial Internet Consortium Publishes Security Framework

In-brief: The Industrial Internet Consortium has released a security framework for addressing security issues in industrial Internet of Things systems. The goal: avoid the mistakes of the consumer IoT space. 

Senet and Gemalto Team for Secure LoRaWAN | Embedded Computing Design

Senet and Gemalto Team for Secure LoRaWAN | Embedded Computing Design

In-brief: The two companies released a statement Thursday touting the IoT technology initiative, which will integrate Senet’s LpWAN network with Gemalto Trusted Key Manager, which is used to provision and secure communications between IoT endpoints connecting to LoRa®-based networks.

Car Infotainment Vulnerability Raises Supply Chain Concerns

Car Infotainment Vulnerability Raises Supply Chain Concerns

In-brief: Researchers from George Mason University and New York University are warning that the software used to link smart phones to in-vehicle “infotainment” (IVI) systems could make cars vulnerable to remote attack. 

A video released by MedSec and Muddy Waters purports to show a 'crash attack' on a St. Jude pacemaker. In a statement, St. Jude said the video shows the device behaving properly.

Short Sheet: Researchers Raise Doubts on St. Jude Device Hack

In-brief: The battle of words over the security of devices by St. Jude Medical continued on Tuesday, as researchers from University of Michigan raised questions about claims that security researchers had actually “crashed” implantable pace makers.