Project Sonar: Security Testers Of A New Kind
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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli,
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10/29/2013 | 7:40:00 AM
re: Project Sonar: Security Testers Of A New Kind
The idea of a mass of major enterprises holding their networking equipment and embedded device vendors accountable for serious security flaws is compelling given how rampant backdoors are in routers and ICSes -- particularly given the press these vulnerabilities have gotten lately in the post-Stuxnet world. Where some vendors/manufacturers here have previously typically tried to brush vulnerabilities like these under the carpet, we may see real change in the world of network security.

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