Humanity benefits from technological advancement greatly. Although modern devices are smart, they're still susceptible to cyberattacks. At BlackHat 2017, Embedi's experts stole the show with their latest research on Intel AMT. We didn't take it for granted and went on researching.
Cybersecurity awareness is a must. Thus, Embedi is happy to present its latest research on Bitdefender Box’s security.
The age of IoT is on our threshold. Many large-scale companies have already started developing security solutions to make this brave new world safe. One of possible, we may even say, surefire approaches is to create a device which would connect to a network and protect other devices in it. Let’s discuss the efficiency of the given approach in
Time waits for no one. Neither does cyber-security. To keep pace with the latest cyber-security trends Ivan Yushkievich (Embedi) and Alexander Bolshev (IOActive) conducted a thorough research of ICS mobile security. And now they are finally ready to present it at
Times have changed and this year “The CONFidence 2017” have appeared in a brand-new format. However, the organizers have managed to preserve its unique spirit, gathering experts and specialists from all over the world in one huge cyber-security community.
May 17 - Berkeley. Georgy Nosenko, from Embedi, has shown a 0-day exploitation in Cisco and won the first prize for his efforts.
During GeekPWN this year, we witnessed attacks on home routers, bike-sharing companies, Android mobile phones, Android tablets, self-balance scooters, smart doorbells, socket, bulbs, cameras, Internet
May 12-14, Hong Kong. Embedi will participate in a smart-devices hacking contest at Dream Cruises. GeekPWN is an biannual event which takes place for the 5th time. It is an open hacking contest, where the contestants choose their own targets.
May 5, 2017 – Embedi For the first time since Intel made the Intel ME vulnerability known to the public, Embedi has now been granted permission to reveal the technical details publicly. Embedi, which detected the Intel AMT vulnerability in mid-February of this year, feared releasing the details before it was fixed would spark attacks on
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