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Check-In Kiosks Security – The Overlooked Security Threat by IBM and Wired

Originally published on Wired March 4, 2019 Overlooked Security in Sign-In Kiosks – Visitor Management Systems  (note: all are “mostly” patched) Wired published story of IBM interns infiltrating some systems (later patched). Typically there are USB ports exposed and sure enough in this case they found some.  We’re surprised that HID Global was the noted offender. They know… Read More »

Security kiosk – Olea Anti-Malware Security Kiosk

MARCH 27, 2015 OLEA’S ANTI-MALWARE SECURITY KIOSK FEATURING OPSWAT TECHNOLOGIES Cyber security has been at the forefront of the news with major security breaches impacting some of the largest companies in the United States, including JP Morgan Chase, Staples, eBay, Home Depot and more[1]. In addition to traditional online methods of transferring viruses and malware, hackers have now… Read More »

PC Security Advice & Resources

PC Security for Kiosks is a big deal for sure. Hacks into PCs bring to mind words like “Payload”.  We manage this website and just the security threats to your basic WordPress website is unprecedented. A few days ago a new “Attack Platform” showed up for WordPress. The first inclination is to shrug it off a bit and… Read More »