All In Cybersecurity
Software provider Malwarebytes reports massive gaps in cybersecurity as employees work from home, creating new opportunity for integrators.
Jason Knott · August 21, 2020
In addition to ISC West in October, look for virtual versions for GSX, The Monitoring Association meetings and ESA Leadership Summit.
CE Pro Editors · July 22, 2020
CE Pro research finds residential and commercial integrators lagging on cybersecurity coverage; 40% not protecting their own businesses with cybersecurity solutions.
Arlen Schweiger · April 22, 2020
A recent survey of over 1,000 U.S residents shows consumers expect integrators to help protect against potential government spying and hacking attempts.
CE Pro Editors · January 29, 2020
DIY surveillance cameras (and other smart home devices) get hacked all the time. Today, Ring/Amazon is being sued for weak cybersecurity provisions, and just a few days ago Wyze notified customers that its cameras have been breached (notice below). All bad news, of course, but par for the course. A more interesting angle comes from […]
Julie Jacobson · December 31, 2019
As new laws in California and Oregon are set to take effect, the UL IoT Safety Rating System offers manufacturers 7 categories of test specifications.
Jason Knott · December 19, 2019
According to several recent news reports, a tool circulating on hacker forums may be able to compromise smart home cameras from Ring.
Steve Karantzoulidis · December 16, 2019
Research from Genetec shows that many security cameras currently installed in residential and commercial environments may be running on outdated firmware, opening them up to cyber-attacks.
CE Pro Editors · December 10, 2019
The FBI has determined that certain smart TVs with built-in microphones and cameras can be hacked, providing criminals with a way inside an unsecured home network.
Rodney Bosch · December 05, 2019
Unlike USDA’s Choice label for meat, quality (and security) doesn’t matter for Amazon’s Choice.
Julie Jacobson · October 21, 2019