IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017 proposed by Senate Cybersecurity Caucus

On August 1, 2017, the Senate Cybersecurity Caucus introduced the "Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017," bi-partisan legislation focused on establishing minimum security requirements for the federal procurement of Internet connected devices (#IoT). The legislation is directed at vendors who supply IoT devices to the federal government. It requires that such products are [...]

FUD and Voting Machine Hacking: An Important Point and Important Lesson

This morning I am doing radio interviews as a Fox News Radio contributor. My topic? The DEFCON Voting Village demonstration of hacking voting machines that have been, or may currently be, used in US elections. Here are a couple of the news stories if you are unfamiliar: Hacking a US electronic voting booth takes less than [...]

Invitation for 2 Webinars: Protecting Data Exchanged in Discovery and Securing IoT Data

I thought you may like an invitation to attend two complimentary webinars that I will be doing this coming week: YOURS, MINE, OURS: Protecting the Data Gathered and Exchanged in Litigation, Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) Monday, August 7, 2017 @ 12:00 CDT LINK for more information and registration Securing IoT Data: Compliance, Privacy, and [...]

WHDT World News Interviews Shawn Tuma about WikiLeaks’ CIA Vault7

See also:  WIKILEAKS’ VAULT7 CIA HACKING TOOLS RELEASE CONUNDRUM: THE POLITICIZATION OF INTELLIGENCE WIKILEAKS AND CIA’S RUSSIAN HACKING TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: WAS IT REALLY THE RUSSIANS? https://youtu.be/MR1G6JO0is0

WikiLeaks and CIA’s Russian Hacking Tools & Techniques: Was it really the Russians?

In the wake of WikiLeaks' Vault7 release of documents revealing the CIA's hacking tools, I must revisit a key section of a post from September 2016. The section was about the convenience of blaming "the Russians" given the craze of attributing everything wrong in the cyber world to the seemingly omnipresent "Russians." See: “SHAME HACKING” [...]