Wi-Fi

KRACK Happens: How Bad Is The Vulnerability? What To Do?

A new vulnerability was recently exposed and a proof of concept for an exploit was demonstrated alongside of it, highlighting again just how delicate the Internet really is. This time, the vulnerability impacts a protocol used across a variety of devices, taking aim at both business and end user systems—as well as data. Here’s what we know thus far.

Seriously?! Can You Not Do That? Chapter IV - Insecure Use of Public Wi-Fi

At one time or another, we’ve all connected to the Internet via public Wi-Fi – at a coffee shop, in a hotel, on a plane. The convenience is irresistible, but few people are aware that public Wi-Fi is one of the biggest risks to personal and business security because these networks are so easy to attack for hackers. Cybersecurity experts answer these questions: Are any public WiFi networks safe? What harm can be done on these public networks? And how can you protect yourself against this risk?

Step 1 for OPSEC Resilience: A Well Trained Team

Expert Rick Holland has found that in order to build resilience into your OPSEC program, you need to be aware of the changes around you and prepare for scenarios beyond normal operations.