To Air-Gap or Not Air-Gap Industrial Control Networks

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What is air-gapping, and why do we air-gap networks? What camp are you in? In the camp that believes in air-gaps, or the other set that says they truly do not exist? ...
NFCdrip: Data Exfiltration Research in Near Field Communication

NFCdrip: Data Exfiltration Research in Near Field Communication

Near-field communication (NFC) is a set of protocols that enables two electronic devices to establish communication by bringing them very close together. Usually the devices must be within less than 4cm. Contactless ...
NFCdrip: Watch the full out of band data exfiltration proof of concept

Meet NFCdrip – a New Security Concern for Air-Gapped Systems

Air-gapping means physically isolating a secure computer from unsecured networks, such as the public Internet or an unsecured local area network. The concept of air-gapping represents just about the maximum protection one ...

Securing Apps When User Devices Are Compromised

Corporate networks and user PCs continue to be exploited—leaving your sensitive applications and data vulnerable. Network segmentation is a fundamental way to mitigate the risks associated with these vulnerabilities—but it only works ...

Introducing Bromium Protected App®: Protect Critical Applications Against Compromised Devices

Protected App locks down access to and from your sensitive data, keeping it secure even if networks and host PCs have been compromised Using hardware-enforced virtualization-based security, Bromium Protected App protects against ...
TV Air Gap Technology

What Your Favorite TV Shows Get Right (and Hilariously Wrong) About Air Gap Technology

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Chances are, one of the first places you may have heard about an air gap computer was on TV. Olivia Pope on “Scandal” knows what air gap technology is. Elliot on “Mr ...
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