Eagle Eye Cyber Security Blog 2018-06-13T15:42:09+00:00

Eagle Eye Cyber Security Blog

This blog addresses cyber security best practices in the physical security industry.

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Windows Patching

April 2, 2018|

Windows recently rushed out security patches to fix their operating system, creating even more headaches for their customers. It’s no wonder most customers are switching to cloud-based services where [Read More]

SamSam Ransomare

March 16, 2018|

The SamSam ransomware virus hit the Colorado Department of Transportation for the second time. In the first attack detected on February 21, 2018, over 2,000 computers running Windows and McAfee securi [Read More]

WannaCry Ransomware Update

March 7, 2018|

The WannaCry ransomware virus recently infected 160 computers in 11 different Connecticut government agencies, according to the state's CIO.The WannaCry ransomware virus infects computers by scramblin [Read More]

Spectre & Meltdown

January 23, 2018|

Introduction Spectre and Meltdown are most egregious in the case of arbitrary third-party code execution, such as in shared-tenancy situations (e.g. cloud service providers like AWS, Microsoft Azure, [Read More]

Latest Threat: Reaper

November 20, 2017|

Last year Mirai malware hit 500,000 IoT devices and launched DDoS attacks. Now, a new malware has been identified by researchers at CheckPoint that is surpassing Mirai by hitting millions of IoT devi [Read More]

Most Severe Breach

October 4, 2017|

Equifax, the credit reporting company, just experienced the most severe data breach in history. This breach exposed sensitive information, including Social Security numbers and addresses, of up to 143 [Read More]

Devil’s Ivy Update

August 8, 2017|

In July 2017, cyber security researchers discovered a serious flaw, which they named “Devil’s Ivy”, that exists in nearly all cameras supporting the popular ONVIF specification. The flaw allows hacker [Read More]

Beware of Cloud Imposters

July 20, 2017|

We recently had a discussion with a customer regarding the cyber security of their “fake cloud” provider for access control. They had been sold a bill of goods for an access control system that was s [Read More]

Petya Ransomware

July 18, 2017|

One of Brivo’s large international customers (who shall go nameless due to confidentiality) was a victim of the recent Petya Ransomware virus. The virus infected a large number of their Windows machi [Read More]

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