Blog Post Shout Out November 2019

While patching workstations and servers within organisations can be time consuming and occasionally disruptive to operations; critical infrastructure must remain online or at least minimise downtime.  I wish to provide a respectful shout-out to the following article from Amir Levintal,CEO and Co-Founder of Cylus who discusses these challenges and provides suggestions e.g. more resources, increased security awareness, and increased lobbying among regulators (among other suggestions) to overcome them:

How to Secure Critical Infrastructure When Patching Isn’t Possible: Kaspersky ThreatPost by Amir Levintal

I also wish to provide a respectful shout-out for the following article which highlights possible upcoming software updates for Amazon Kindles since vulnerabilities in the Universal Boot Loader were recently resolved:

Amazon Kindle, Embedded Devices Open to Code-Execution: Kaspersky ThreatPost by Tara Seals

Full-disclosure: I am not affiliated or sponsored by Kaspersky ThreatPost in any way. I simply wish to more widely highlight good advice on topical security issues.

Thank you.

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