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Deja vu Security and Peach Tech staff recently attended DefendCon, a Seattle-based cybersecurity conference intended as a safe space for women and non-binary folks.
Deja vu Security CEO Adam Cecchetti spoke on the importance of net neutrality at a press conference led by Washington Senator Maria Cantwell on Sunday, May 6th, 2018. Cecchetti was joined by other Pacific Northwest business leaders, all throwing their weight behind an upcoming congressional push to undo a controversial FCC decision from late 2017.
How will the proliferation of blockchain-based technologies change the enterprise security landscape?
Join us for a half day summit on building cyber security into the decentralized digital economy. Security and industry experts will share their insights on the realities and risks of these growing technologies.
To build a safer more connected tomorrow we are going to have to change how we build devices today. This post explores four ways our industry can attack the issue of IoT device security.
The coffee shop is quieter than usual; as soon as Sam walks in the door, both his laptop and cell phone connect to the Wi-Fi. Sam sits down drink in hand and begins to work through his email.
The greatest trick a computer ever pulled was convincing you it was only one computer. If you've been wondering how drilling a three inch hole can make an ATM freely dispense its contents, you're about to find out.
In the last 20 years, firmware engineering has gotten better, but perhaps we should take another look at what we declare a minimum viable missile.
ATM hacking and skimming is on the rise, but how bad is it really? And what can you as an individual and an organization do about it? Read on and learn.
For the uninitiated, an attacker over the network or Internet can use a web browser to download the file that stored the dishwasher’s passwords. Tools to then crack the passwords are freely available. Following that, in theory the attacker can then login to the dishwasher and cause it to do their nefariously sudsy bidding.
Deja vu Security CEO Adam Cecchetti was invited to present the keynote speech at this year's (sold-out!) Hushcon in Seattle. Rich in humorous anecdotes and practical analysis, Test For Echo was well-received by the crowd. If you couldn't make it to the standing-room only event, here's a recap: