Researchers at Armis have uncovered five critical vulnerabilities in the implementation of Transport Layer Security in network switches used in millions of enterprises.
In the latest incarnation of the TLStorm vulnerability, switches from Avaya and Aruba — and perhaps others — are susceptible to compromise from an internal attacker.
How to maintain the security of so many different devices and what is the weakest link in most organizations? Listen to Yevgeny Dibrov, co-founder and CEO at Armis, talk about Global Cyberwar with Noa Oron on a Forbes Israel new podcast series.
Andy Norton, European Cyber Risk Officer at Armis, is interviewed by New Electronics on how the convergence between operational technology (OT) and IT is growing, bringing with it a clash of culture and approach.
According to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Department of Energy, cyberattackers are targeting uninterruptible power supply (UPS) devices. The attacks could result in critical-infrastructure damage, business disruption, lateral movement and more, and are mostly executed though vulnerabilities, like the TLStorm bugs disclosed earlier this month by Armis.
Barak Hadad, Head of Research at Armis, joins Tony Bradley on the TechSpective Podcast to talk about the TLStorm vulnerabilities and the importance of having complete visibility of all connected devices in an environment.
A set of vulnerabilities, dubbed TLStorm, were found in Schneider Electric’s APC Smart-UPS products by security firm Armis.
Researchers with Armis found a trio of vulnerabilities in uninterruptible power supply (UPS) devices from APC that could be remotely exploited by threat actors.
Under this new program, critical infrastructure providers in the U.S. and NATO-aligned countries will have complimentary access to the Armis platform for three months. Helping organizations supplying systemically important entities such as energy, water, marine ports, and wastewater pinpoint and fortify assets in need of urgent security improvements.
Vulnerabilities found in widely-used network switches could allow attackers to bypass security features such as network segmentation to gain access to critical systems
Armis reinforces its dedication to delivering world-class products to secure enterprises’ assets the appointment of Dana Gilboa as Vice President of Product
Armis has officially opened its office in Melbourne, with guests of honour Jeremy Ungar, Senior Trade Officer at the Israel Trade and Economic Commission in Sydney, and Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, David James Southwick.
Vulnerabilities found in widely-used Uninterruptible Power Supplies could allow attackers to bypass security features and remotely take over or damage critical industrial, medical, and enterprise devices
For the second time, the panel of CRN editors has selected Mackie as an honoree in the category due to his channel dedication, industry stature, and accomplishments as a channel advocate.
Devices connected to cellular networks worldwide gain improved connectivity and security without deploying agents or additional hardware.
Armis has been recognized by CRN as one of the 20 coolest network security companies of the year.
Armis named a leader in OT Security in report by research and advisory firm ISG
Armis wins Best Cybersecurity Vendor for Connected Devices at the Cas d’Or Cybersecurity Awards
Armis and Eseye jointly win IoT and Edge Computing Security Award
Armis named Emerging Vendor of the Year at the CRN Channel Awards
Best Product in Cybersecurity Internet of Things (IoT) & Next-Gen in ICS/SCADA Security
Gold winner in the IoT Security Category North America
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2021 IoT Security Company of the Year
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