Monthly Archives: June 2015

System Security Testing and Python

Overview A significant part of systems security can be testing, and this presents a real challenge for most systems security engineers. Whether it is pen testing, forensic analysis, fuzz testing, or network testing, there can be infinite variations of System … Continue reading

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IoT and Stuff – Cautionary Tales

Overview IoT (Internet of Things) is an interesting phenomena where “things” become connected and provide either some control and / or sensor capability through this connection. Examples include connected thermostats, weather stations, garage door openers, smart door locks, etc. It … Continue reading

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IOT and Stuff – The Evolution

Overview This is the first of several posts I expect to do on IoT, including systems design, authentication, standards, and security domains. This particular post is an IoT backgrounder from my subjective viewpoint. Introduction The Internet of Things (IoT) is … Continue reading

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