With all the headline breaches focusing on the more high profile victims of cyber breaches, you could be forgiven for thinking that the SMB sector is overlooked by hackers in favour of the big prize targets such as Ashley Madison, Three Mobile, FaceBook, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Target. That isn’t the case, SMB’s are in fact taking the brunt of cyber-attacks and in some cases providing a route into the bigger high profile targets…Read Article
At the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) the Wi-Fi alliance announced WPA3; a new security certification which promises to address the weaknesses of WPA2 and adds a range of much needed enhancements to wireless security.Read Article
Back in August 2001 a cryptanalysis of Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) was published which outlined a passive attack which could be used to recover the RC4 keys used to encrypt wireless traffic. Fast forward to October 2017 and its replacement WPA2 has had the same treatment in the form of the KRACK Attack.