How a bad Wi-Fi router flaw led to a perfect example of responsible disclosure
The story how a researcher, a security industry behemoth and a private telecom company all came together to act responsibly in order to fix a bad flaw.
Can international cyber norms ever be achieved?
Greg Otto talks with Rapid7 VP of Community and Public Affairs Jen Ellis about whether international cyber norms will ever be a reality.
U.S. Copyright Office seeks changes to anti-piracy law derided by white-hat hackers
The U.S. Copyright Office is calling for wide-ranging reforms of an anti-piracy law that critics say restricts the "right to tinker" and puts white-hat cybersecurity researchers in legal jeopardy.
J. Michael Daniel, Obama's cybersecurity czar, to head industry nonprofit
J. Michael Daniel, the career federal official who served as White House cybersecurity coordinator under President Barack Obama, will helm a nonprofit alliance founded by cybersecurity giants to better share information about cybercrime and other threats.
Network size is no predictor of cyberattack readiness, penetration tests show
Small companies were just as vulnerable as large ones in penetration testing performed by Rapid7 white-hat hackers.
Report: Johnson & Johnson insulin pumps can be hacked to cause overdoses
Researchers have found that the device can be exploited to cause insulin overdoses in diabetic patients, though the company contends that the actual risk of such attacks remains low.