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SELinux importance for web hardening

SELinux importance for web hardening

Disabling this tool is still a common mistake. SELinux is a great help to do hardening How important can SELinux be? Can you imagine being in this situation? «Monday, 8 in the mor[...]

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Dynamic Cybersecurity Risk Assessment

Dynamic Cybersecurity Risk Assessment

Constant changes in information systems and the emergence of new threats make it necessary to continuously update the risk status.[...]

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Security healthiness as a risk metric of IT assets

Security healthiness as a risk metric of IT assets

Simple math for lots of tricky vulnerabilities. Measure the risk of IT assets in an agile way and take quick actions[...]

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Evaluation of WAF solutions

Evaluation of WAF solutions

In this article, it is described a possible strategic approach to face the evaluation of WAF solutions.[...]

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Hardware hacking: chip-off for beginners

Hardware hacking: chip-off for beginners

Introduction to hardware hacking Before getting our hands dirty with hardware hacking, let’s start with a brief introduction to flash memories, a component that we will find very[...]

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Introduction to Dynamic Cybersecurity Risk

Introduction to Dynamic Cybersecurity Risk

Defining the correct risks levels to cyber assaults that any company is exposed is a priority of this time. We present the first of three articles that, together, represent the int[...]

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Security in PRIME networks – Current status

Security in PRIME networks – Current status

Since January 2019, all electricity meters for low power customers (up to 15 kW) in Spain are (or have been replaced by) smart electricity meters, allowing distributors to carry ou[...]

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LoRaWAN 1.0, vulnerabilities and backward compatibility in version 1.1

LoRaWAN 1.0, vulnerabilities and backward compatibility in version 1.1

To understand the security improvements introduced in 1.1, it is necessary to have a thorough understanding of the security mechanisms described in LoRaWAN 1.0. As described in the[...]

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Cybersecurity in LoRa and LoRaWAN: Context and Background

Cybersecurity in LoRa and LoRaWAN: Context and Background

Since the beginning of the 21st century, the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) has gradually evolved from the initial vague ideas related to the interconnection of everyday objec[...]

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Smart Meters – Assessing Concentrator Risk

Smart Meters – Assessing Concentrator Risk

A key element in any remote management infrastructure is the concentrator.  This device, located between the PLC network to which the smart meters are connected and the IP network[...]

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