Aruba introduced location-aware Wi-Fi access points for precise indoor location and is partnering with third parties like Tile to create a new OpenLocate service. We discuss these stories and more on this week’s Rundown.
Lapsus$ Mastermind is a Teenager suspects Cyber Researchers
The hacking group Lapsus$ has used unconventional methods to hack major companies like Microsoft and NVIDIA. What shocked many Cyber Researchers however is that the attacks have been traced back to a 16 year old who lives with his mother just outside Oxford, England. Though they have been unable to conclusively tie these attacks to the teen, it does seem more and more likely that he is the leader of the attacks.
Kaspersky Put On Security Threat List by FCC
The FCC has officially put Russian security company Kaspersky on the national Security threat list. Products from the Moscow based company have already been banned from US government networks, but now it seems the FCC sees them as a potentially bigger threat.
Ubiquiti is suing Brian Krebs
Ubiquiti has filed a lawsuit against blogger Brian Krebs for accusing the company of covering up a cyberattack. The accusation alleges that Ubiquiti has misled customers over a data breach and attempting to blackmail Kreb, violating federal law and SEC regulations. The company claims they notified customers of the breach and has also taken additional security precautions.
HP is Set to Acquire Poly
This week, Poly has entered a definitive agreement to be acquired by HP. With the ever-growing hybrid world, this acquisition seems to put HP in a better position for hybrid work solutions.
Aruba’s Atmosphere and Location Aware Wi-Fi
Aruba introduced location-aware Wi-Fi access points for precise indoor location and is partnering with third parties like Tile to create a new OpenLocate service. This was perhaps the most important announcement at Aruba Atmosphere ’22 this week.
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