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Canary Connect, Inc. is a video-driven home security company that helps consumers safeguard their home by sending alerts to an app on a smartphone when activity is detected. It was important to Canary that the Canary All-in-One security solution was substantiated by security professionals. Chris Rill, co-founder and CTO of Canary, discusses the value of IoT Device Security Certification offered by ICSA Labs.
Chris Novak from Verizon's incident response team at RSA 2017 talks about what the company has learned about securing the Internet of Things.
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Congratulations to the following 2017 Excellence in Information Security Testing (EIST) Award winners for their outstanding achievement! Winners are recognized for demonstrating a high standard of quality through independent third-party product assurance testing with ICSA Labs.Visit the EIST Awards page for more information.
As reported in the press, Ransomware was hot in 2016. That rings true - and is reflected in - ICSA Labs' standard ATD and ATD-Email testing. Received spam emails with Ransomware numbered upwards of 30,000 per day in both the Q2 and Q3 2016 test cycles and nearly 70,000 per day in the Q4 2016 test cycle. Read the full article.
Smart door locks, fitness bands, home security cameras, oh my! 5 tips for consumers to protect themselves
Because of technology and the Internet of Things (IoT), our lives are different today and better in so many ways. However, the IoT also comes with security and privacy-related imperfections. ICSA Labs offers five practical security and privacy tips for consumers of IoT technology including fitness bands, smart home door locks, and the like...
FireEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: FEYE), the intelligence-led security company, today announced that FireEye Network Security (NX) achieved Advanced Threat Defense (ATD) certification in the latest round of independent testing from ICSA Labs, a leading third-party testing and certification body and an independent division of Verizon.
The Mirai botnet was used to carry out a DDoS attack in late October against one of the Internet’s domain name service (DNS) providers, Dyn, resulting in an Internet disruption for many. It wasn’t the first time this botnet, comprised of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, was used in a DDoS attack...