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The Unavoidable "Whoops" In Network Security

WE all make mistakes, its a human condition, and not curable. In network security when we make mistakes to a configuration, it's referred to as "Fat Fingering". I can say honestly on several occasions in my network youth, while deep into chasing false positives, on gallons of caffeine, and eyes nearly bleeding, I made mistakes.

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Outdated Medical Devices Could Mean Trouble For Patients

Oct 25, 2016

Category: HealthCare, Cybersecurity, Hack, Breach

In early October, over 100,000 diabetic patients received a notice from Johnson & Johnson that their insulin pumps are at risk of being attacked by various hackers. These hackers are now taking advantage of insulin pump devices by altering the dosage of insulin that is given to the patient.  The mistreat of insulin to any patient could lead to a series of problems for the user. As of 2015, there ...

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100% of DDoS Victims Have This in Common...

Friday’s massively disruptive DDoS attack was a sobering reminder that we've entered a new era of DDoS threats.  These threats require a new approach to perimeter defense. None of Friday's victims had PacketViper.  None of PacketViper's clients have been hit with DDoS.

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