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For 19 years, RedZone has invested heavily in team-style network security capabilities. Today’s modern adversaries are highly motivated and RedZone’s team-based approach is a perfect approach to scaling capabilities with monitoring and response.
Last week the RedZone Technologies’ Security Team participated in a competition against the region’s best security teams.
In the fiercely contested IoT Security competition, RedZone’s team – Will, Bryan and WJ each participated in the IoT Village Capture-the-Flag exercise on Saturday and Sunday. Pitted against the best from government and private industry, RedZone captured 3 of the 20 nodes within approximately 4 hours. It was a good first showing.
Devices that they were successfully able to hack included a Belkin wireless router, Seagate NAS and a GeoVision Camera DVR system using known vulnerabilities. What’s so interesting about this is that that they were able to download some free software, use a little bit of Googling, and readily attack these devices.
The fact that these were off-the-shelf devices, some of which our RedZone clients use, it’s important for our team of techs to be able to advise, defend, and support them from threats like these.
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As our society continues to move towards depending on an Internet of Things, our attack vectors and surfaces grow – making us more susceptible to breaches. This requires Security & Compliance Warriors that maintain vigilance and keep up to date with the ever-growing trends in Cybersecurity.
The IT Security experts at RedZone can help you minimize risk. To learn more about our Virtual Information Security Officer Program offerings, contact my team today: 410-897-9494 | email@example.com.