DEF CON 26: The Biggest Threat To Infrastructure Is Insecure Protocols

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Alex Vranas

Support Desk Specialist

Thursday, August 30, 2018

At DEF CON 26, there were many exciting hacks and exploits demonstrated against technologies ranging from self-driving cars to voting machines.  Attendees competed to “pwn” (slang for exploit, or “own”) whatever tech they could get their hands on.

While voting machines and futuristic cars may make...

The Beginning of a Smart Partnership for Intelligent Buildings

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Jeff Hussey

President, CEO and Co-Founder

Monday, August 27, 2018

There’s been a lot of talk and research about intelligent buildings and cities that are growing smarter by the day with an eye on optimizing energy consumption, increasing operational efficiency, and simply creating the ‘wow’ factor. Check out the flashy Bank of America buildings. It’s not too...

Making the Most of DEF CON

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Jared Williams

Software Engineer I

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Over the three short days I spent in the Nevada desert, I had the chance to learn about everything from PLC hacking, to which Vegas buffet is best, and I’m sure I missed a lot in between. So, with DEF CON 26 in the books, I’ve taken the chance to reflect on three ways to make the most of DEF CON 27....

5 Things to bring to DEF CON

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Tempered Networks

Friday, August 17, 2018

If you are not aware, DEF CON is a yearly hacker pilgrimage to Las Vegas. I was able to go this year for the second time. It is always a fun place to learn about what is going on in the hacking community, stay up to date on the latest computer security topics, and expand my technical skills. If you...

The 5-Word Review

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Trisha White

Human Resources Generalist

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Performance reviews can always be a tricky subject, but we’re trying to change that. We found that our managers weren’t motivated to provide performance reviews because of how long, uncomfortable, and unproductive they can be. Luckily, we discovered a game-changing way to provide feedback: the 5...