Medical Device Security: Diagnosis Critical

A hacked insulin pump is the last thing a diabetic wants to worry about when life-saving fluids are pumped into their body. Sadly, concerns about medical device IT security are a healthcare reality. Last year, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Read More …

Four years after the Dyn DDoS attack, critical DNS dependencies have only gone up

In 2016, Dyn, a provider of managed DNS servers, was the victim of a massive DDoS attack that crippled the company’s operations and took down domain-name-resolving operations for more than 175,000 websites. While some sites managed to stay up by Read More …

Threat Brief: Microsoft Vulnerability CVE-2020-16898

In October 2020, during Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, a security update (CVE-2020-16898) addressed a critical vulnerability discovered in IPv6 Router Advertisement Options (called “DNS RA options”). This vulnerability resides within the Windows TCP/IP stack that is responsible for handling RA packets. Read More …

Surge in DDoS attacks targeting education and academic sector

As education institutions across the world moved to online learning, cyber threat disruptions have amplified more than ever. Malware, vulnerability exploits, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS), phishing attacks have all struck this sector, increasing in frequency over the past two months. As Read More …