5 tips for a cybersecure home office experience

If the coronavirus has you working from home for the next few weeks, don’t forget about cybersecurity best practices that can help defend against a cyberattack. Along with the coronavirus upsurge, new “opportunities” have blossomed for cybercriminals in at least two ways. First, the term “coronavirus” is reaching unprecedented levels of search volumes, meaning that malicious … More 5 tips for a cybersecure home office experience

KrØØk: Serious vulnerability affected encryption of billion+ Wi‑Fi devices

ESET researchers uncover a previously unknown security flaw allowing an adversary to decrypt some wireless network packets transmitted by vulnerable devices. ESET Research has published its latest white paper, KrØØk – CVE-2019-15126: Serious vulnerability deep inside your Wi-Fi encryption. This blogpost summarizes that white paper, authored by researchers Miloš Čermák, Robert Lipovský and Štefan Svorenčík. For updated … More KrØØk: Serious vulnerability affected encryption of billion+ Wi‑Fi devices

Critical Bluetooth bug leaves Android users open to attack

Google releases a fix for the security hole that, if left unplugged, could allow attackers to run malicious code with no user interaction. Google has rolled out a security update to address a critical flaw in Android’s Bluetooth implementation that allows remote code execution without user interaction. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-0022, affects devices running Android … More Critical Bluetooth bug leaves Android users open to attack

ESET’s 20 cybersecurity tips for 2020

As we’re entering 2020, we’re also plotting out our New Year’s resolutions. Instead of suggesting what you should do next year, however, let’s have a look at some cybersecurity mistakes you should avoid for a more secure 2020. Denying you are a target You’ve probably already brushed off this possibility with contempt, thinking the chances … More ESET’s 20 cybersecurity tips for 2020

5 personal (and cheap) data privacy tools that scale for business

Smart selections when starting small can ease the pain as you scale up your company’s privacy infrastructure. If, unlike enterprise customers, you don’t have six figures to spend, what are some things you can do to protect your data that can scale as your business grows? Even if you don’t plan on scaling to an … More 5 personal (and cheap) data privacy tools that scale for business

What was wrong with Alexa? How Amazon Echo and Kindle got KRACKed

ESET Smart Home Research Team uncovers Echo, Kindle versions vulnerable to 2017 Wi-Fi vulnerabilities. In recent years, hundreds of millions of homes have become “smarter” and internet-enabled using one of the popular home assistant devices. Despite the efforts of some vendors to develop these devices with security in mind, ESET Smart Home Research Team discovered … More What was wrong with Alexa? How Amazon Echo and Kindle got KRACKed

Inside consumer perceptions of security and privacy in the connected home

The ESET survey polled 4,000 people to get a sense of their attitudes towards the privacy and security implications of smart home technology. When most people think of home security, locks, alarms and big dogs come to mind. Substitute security with privacy, and images of curtains and blinds, or unlisted phone numbers spring to mind. … More Inside consumer perceptions of security and privacy in the connected home