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    Why CyberSecurity Budgets Need To Intensify Home Office Investments: A Major Security Gap In Duty Of Care Of CEOs And Board Directors? – Forbes - September 28, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Cybersecurity and secure network must extend to the Home Office.

    Last week, I wrote an article on CyberSecurity on my Forbes Channel and it was the highest read blog article since I started writing for Forbes. This blog examines the impacts from Cybersecurity, but from the increased realities of working at home, and the impacts that security operations have become more complex. Security focus is now turning to how we all connect and have access with identify control technologies being at the top of cybersecurity risks as more entry points equals more risks.

    Cloud security is a major area for focus in the data protection sector and many are now discussing the increased risks of the home office as companies need to understand perhaps all the technology enablements in their employees home offices.

    A few key questions to reflect upon: what are the risks of having multiple users in a home, accessing the same network and impact on its community bandwidth or risk of being hacked? How far does our responsibility go to protect our corporate assets into peoples homes?

    The laws protect personal privacy in our homes but do our laws need to change given our new realities?

    With Covid-19, the majority of companies are rethinking their expensive leasing office space(s), as next to an employees income, office space is one of the largest operating expenses of a company. As commercial real estate investments shift, the reach of corporate security policies are increasing to examine an employees home infrastructure and understand the risks that home offices may pose, as more permanent work from home space is not going away anytime soon.

    Here are a few sobering reality checks. One in four executives have malware already on their home personal devices. This means that cybersecurity extends far beyond the enterprise. We now have a digital integrated life, and suddenly the weak soft underbelly for cyber-security professionals is our home office space.

    So what can you do to protect yourselves?

    CEO drinking a cup of coffee in his home office.

    BlackCloak offers a cybersecurity service for executives at home technology. Why attack a central banks network, when you can attack the CFOs daughters iPad at home? According to BlackCloak, an average of 27 percent of their new clients have malware detected on their personal devices, and that they find that 20 percent have wide open home networks that allow their adversaries to see into their cameras, home automation, and IoT devices. In addition, 75% of the companies they look at their home footprints have over 75% security risks exposed due to: improper security settings or passwords being exposed and being made freely available on the Dark Deep Web.

    Adversaries being able to peer into my home cameras on my personal computers, how creepy is this?

    But since this risk is true, hence this means that odds are over 90% of small businesses are in high risk security zones, 70% of mid-sized companies are at risk, while 30% of larger enterprises are working hard to get their softer unbellies of their home office space under greater control(s).

    The attack surface of a company is exposed every time an employee works remotely from home and in the COVID new normal that is almost every single day.

    Prevailion is another early stage innovative company which offers secure monitoring services to patrol a companys network and all its connections. So security officers in all companies have to accelerate looking at the broader footprints or attack risk surfaces that could cause a security breach from home office spaces. Prevailion empowers companies to audit and continuously monitor the security of their supply chains to an unprecedented degree, with the possibility of even predicting future breaches based on this real-time intelligence.

    Being aware of all the IP addresses connected with access to a company s infrastructure has many security experts started to worry as the perimeter to monitor has increased in many cases 1000x greater as in many companies, no employees are working in the secure office towers.

    Locking down company assets and devices increases every time an executive works remotely. Yet, how many board director or CEO home computers have been recently inspected by third party security experts? With Covid-19 all of a sudden, homes are no longer off limit, as CEOs must think harder of how to protect their digital assets beyond their companys four walls.

    Yet, most of the IT budgets on cybersecurity globally are not focused proportionately enough on employees home security practices.

    Budget Review of Cybersecurity Investments

    Just reflect and answer this question: what percentage of your cybersecurity corporate budgets have shifted to personal home office security services as an additional safety, privacy and security benefit to your employees? Do you know the answer as a CEO or as a Board Director? If not why not?

    Do you remember the movie the Patriot Games when the terrorists tried to kill the main character, Jack Ryan? Rather than try to kill him in his CIA office, they targeted his beach home instead, where access was much easier. Although this is a bleak picture, to think about, our homes as higher risk targets, but its imperative to modernize our digital security footprint based on my research.

    Below are three questions to expose a few vulnerabilities that you can personally reflect upon, in terms, of your own home office set-up:

    1.)Do you have anti-virus software implemented on all your home personal devices and is it in a unified protective home digital footprint?

    2.)Have you ever had a third party examine all your default security settings to ensure you are not vulnerable?

    3.)Where do you store your personal passwords? Are they in a post it note visible in your office, or written down in a notebook in your office?

    Research validates that these are all high risk exposure areas. For example, over 90% of C level executives are not using dual factor authentication for their personal emails. Increasingly more documents are being sent in Gmail and in linked in accounts which also increases risks if stolen to shared.

    In the cybersecurity blog on AI that I wrote last week, I discussed how fast the bad actors/hackers are innovating using AI methods, and that every day they are finding new ways to innovate. The 2020 M-Trends report, produced by FireEye, also stated that over 41 percent of the malware deployed in 2019 was never seen before. The hackers are always innovating and hence we need to keep a tighter focus on protecting our employee and company assets.

    So where do you think the hackers are all likely putting their attention now due to Covid-19 realities? It is safe to say likely your homes are now higher targets on the abusers minds.

    A Young Executive on a Zoom call during Covid 19

    So companies that are investing in innovative home security solutions, leveraging AI methods, that integrate into the companys bigger perimeter vision of increasing cybersecurity budgets must now include personal homes of their employees as one of their top risk concerns that board directors and CEOs have as a duty of care responsibility.

    But how much of the conversation in discussing the home office space and its continued risks post Covid-19? There is no question that the return to the office as we know it, will be a shadow of its former self.

    So its time to prepare for and ensure your organization is further protected from increased teleworking and home office access risks.

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    The USA Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a formal statement, just after Covid-19 intensified to rain upon all of our doorsteps, on the heightened need for increased cybersecurity considerations regarding tele-work that offers guidance to executives to plan for improved operational risks . Some of the considerations exposed were

    For more guidance, refer to this report at the USA Homeland Security Office to seek more guidance.

    Hence, as well all advance foreword into The Decade of the Home, or The Home Economy, depending on which phrase you prefer, its now time to accelerate preparing for new cybersecurity policies, practices and investments that extend to protect our home office spaces. What we can all be assured of is that Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods will be front and center in helping all of us continue to crack the hacker malicious code and vulnerability risks. This is where Trusted AI for Good comes into play, as all the worlds toughest problems require advanced forms of man and machine working together as our digital footprints increasingly are extending beyond our office doors.

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    Comprehensive Analysis On Connected Home Security Device Market Based On Types And Application – The Daily Chronicle - September 28, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

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    Students rise up against forced remote spy app usage in colleges, universities – ZDNet - September 28, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the education system, students are fighting back against the remote methods employed by some colleges to keep an eye on their activities during assessments.

    Due to stay-at-home and lockdown orders, teachers and students worldwide were required to pivot to remote learning systems and platforms. Without warning, teachers found themselves trying to engage pupils over Zoom; online libraries and research platforms replaced traditional, brick-and-mortar buildings, and the parents of younger students found themselves balancing work from home and entertaining their kids.

    For many governments, now, keeping kids in school is a top priority -- not only for their education but also to free up parents to go back to work.

    See also:Students, university clash over forced installation of remote exam monitoring software on home PCs

    As college and university students head to campus to start their new term, at the same time the cold and flu season is beginning, COVID-19 outbreaks are also occurring.

    Despite social distancing efforts, thousands of confirmed and suspected cases at US campuses have prompted local lockdowns and students are being told to self-isolate.

    In the UK, mere days after welcoming a new wave of students, 32 universities recorded positive cases, including the University of Kent at Canterbury, the University of Glasgow, and Manchester Metropolitan University. In the latter case, students have called imposed lockdowns a form of "false imprisonment."

    The escalating situation may see many students -- whether or not they are in college accommodation -- return to online-only teaching. However, this has now become a minefield for privacy.

    Back in August, ZDNet reported protests organized by Australian National University (ANU) students for the enforced download of Proctorio, a remote monitoring tool, on personal devices.

    Proctorio is a "secure remote exam" solution for invigilating exams remotely, including features such as microphone and camera monitoring, as well as eye-tracking to flag any behavior deemed suspicious.

    ANU students consider Proctorio an affront to their personal privacy -- and one that "crosses the line" as the software was loaded on home PCs, rather than electronics belonging to the university and provided to exam takers.

    This form of activism against surveillance and exam monitoring tools -- also known as proctoring software -- adopted by colleges is taking shape worldwide, and it is one that academic institutions should watch closely.

    An investigation into student activity in this arena, conducted by digital rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), has found dozens of similar petitions and protests.

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    Across the globe, students are rising up against the forced use of proctoring software; not only Proctorio but also other variations such as Honorlock and ProctorU. Some of the most noteworthy petitions are below:

    Change.org reveals other petitions worldwide, ranging from colleges in Sri Lanka to the UK, Canada, and Italy.

    Schools, colleges, and universities are in an unenviable position. They have been thrust into a world when they are responsible for pupil education but need to rely on remote technology to do so -- and they must also work out ways to monitor assessments and exams fairly to reduce the risk of cheating.

    However, with disruption unlikely to end for the educational sector any time soon, educational and social policy should not disregard an individuals' right to privacy -- and it should not become a common and accepted fact of life to have remote surveillance tools installed on personal devices in order to have an academic career.

    Security concerns must be addressed, proctoring software needs to be transparent and their use temporary, and the issue of spyware as a forced install on devices that belong to students, rather than educational institutes, needs to be addressed -- and quickly.

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    "While almost all the petitions we've seen raise very real privacy concerns -- from biometric data collection to the often overbroad permissions these apps require over the students' devices, to the surveillance of students' personal environments -- these petitions make clear that proctoring apps also raise concerns about security, equity, accessibility, cost, increased stress, and bias in the technology," the EFF says.

    ZDNet has reached out to the proctoring software providers mentioned and will update when we hear back.

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    Global Residential Security Market is Expected to Reach USD 67,588.9 Million by 2024: According to BlueWeave Consulting – Crypto Daily - September 28, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    The study reveals that theGlobal Residential Security Marketis estimated to reach $67,588.9 million by 2024. On account of significant advancement in technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), adoption of cloud-based security technologies and rapid increase in demand for advanced security solutions, such as alert systems and wireless locks, the global home security market is gaining more traction.

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    As per the findings of the research, security cameras held the largest market among all home security products. Further, the security camera segment is expected to continue its highest revenue contribution during the forecast period. Security cameras are one of the fundamental devices for home security, which are sought by everyone looking to immune their abode against security threats. Among various solutions, audio visual surveillance segment witnessed the highest growth in demand during 2014-2017. However, home integrated security segment is expected to lead the market with the highest growth rate, during the forecast period.

    The market to witness the fastest growth in Asia-Pacific during the forecastperiod

    Geographically, North America has been the largest market for home security, whereas Asia-Pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth among all regions, during the forecast period. The anticipated growth in the market can be attributed to increasing digitalization, advancement in new technologies, growth in the security equipment industry, and increasing adoption of connected technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) by home security providers in the region. Further, due to rapid technological advancements in automation of security in building infrastructure, in addition with various government initiatives such as the development of smart city projects, the region has higher propensity to adopt home security solutions at a rapid scale in near future.

    Security camera: the largest home security product market

    Security camera segment has been the largest contributor to the global home security market. Security cameras help in developing a safe and secure home environment through high-quality audio/visual vigilance. Factors such as motion detection, night vision, and wi-fi capabilities are further propelling the adoption of advanced security cameras for home security globally.Security cameras with motion detection can send user alerts and notifications, whenever motion or suspicious activity is observed by it. In addition, security cameras with night vision can allow recording images and videos in low light situations and such cameras have a huge impact in lowering down the instance of criminal offense taking place at night.

    High competition among key players in themarket

    The research states that the global home security market is highly competitive, with players developing new home security applications and smart security solutions. Some of the key players in the home security ecosystem are Bosch Security Systems Inc, Honeywell Security Group, Alarm.Com, Allegion PLC, Nortek Security & Control LLC, United Technologies Corporation, Ingersoll Rand, Control4 Corporation, and Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd.Most of the major vendors in theGlobal Residential Security Marketare actively focused on enhancing their offerings to meet the ongoing demand.

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    Blink Indoor Review: Can’t Handle the Great Indoors – Digital Trends - September 28, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Despite its name, the Blink Indoor just doesn't cut it to handle the inside of the home.

    Earlier this year, security camera maker Blink released the Blink Mini to expand its portfolio. Its certainly a step in a new direction, since it was the first indoor camera from the company after the success of its line of Blink XT outdoor cameras.

    Now were getting yet another indoor camera, aptly named the Blink Indoor, which looks a lot like its sibling the Blink Outdoor. Compared to the Mini, the Blink Indoor boasts a higher $80 price tag, and is billed as a wireless solution. Are you willing to pay the premium when the Blink Mini sells for $35?

    Place the Blink Indoor and Blink Outdoor cameras next to one another, and its tough to distinguish them apart from one another. From their squarish plastic design, to how theyre powered by two AA lithium batteries, they share many similarities. The only difference, though, is how the rear cover of the Blink Indoor doesnt have the same weather-resistant covering. And, oh yeah, the Indoor is available in white, while the Outdoor is in black. You could use the Blink Outdoor camera indoors if you wanted, but you cant use the Indoor outside, since its not weather-resistant.

    On the specs side, its exactly like the Blink Outdoor, which in itself is similar to the previous Blink XT2 cam. It features 1080p video capture, up to 30 frames-per-second capture, infrared night vision, and the same 110-degree field of view. The narrow field of view is still limiting compared to the Ring Indoor Cams 140-degree range for example, but if you intend on monitoring entryways in the home, it suffices by capturing the important stuff.

    Given that it shares the same specs at the Blink Outdoor, its performance is no different. The 1080p video it produces is passable, with enough clarity to make out scenes, but fine details are tough to discern. It suffers with its dynamic range, often blowing out the highlights. Night vision holds up with its range of about 25 feet, but it tends to be on the softer side.

    Due to its battery power, the Blink Indoor has a fairly short live view when accessing the camera directly from the app and thats a problem. When you access the live view, youre given a smidgen over 30 seconds before the connection cuts. I thought there would be an option to adjust it, but there isnt one. Once it nears that 30 second mark, a button pops up on-screen asking if you want to continue. Sure, you could press it after each 30-second mark, but thats a pain.

    Interestingly enough, you can actually hardwire the Blink Indoor to a power source, since theres an exposed microUSB port on the back. Even with the constant power supply, though, the live view is still limited to about 30 seconds. Besides that, there are controls for its motion detection sensitivity, as well as the ability to set up motion zones to reduce false alerts. Speaking of that, it lacks the advanced detection of its peers, like person or pet detection, that help to reduce false alerts.

    As Ive mentioned earlier, the Blink Mini was released earlier this year as the companys first indoor camera solution. The Blink Indoor, though, acts more like an outdoor camera than an indoor one, especially when it includes the same wall mount found with the Blink Outdoor. Due to that, you wont be able to articulate it for different vantage points if you decide to place it on a table or countertop.

    Lets talk about battery life. Its neat the battery can last up to two years, but the app does a terrible job indicating its remaining battery life. Instead of a percentage or bar, it only gives a vague OK in the app after nearly a weeks worth of use. Of course, battery life will be impacted mostly by how frequently its triggered. There is an option to wire it to a power source, but its aggravating that no wire is offered in the box.

    Theres only a $20 difference between the Blink Outdoor and Indoor, with the main difference being the weather-resistant construction of the former. With its $80 price, the Blink Indoor makes for a hard sell given the limitations of streaming video in real time and how it lacks the advanced features of its contemporaries.

    The all-plastic construction makes it lightweight, but it still feels solidly constructed to withstand minor drops. If theres a defect, youll have a 1-year limited warranty to cover it.

    While its video quality is no different, the cheaper Blink Mini is a better buy given its $35 cost. Youre certainly saving the money, while also not having to worry about any live-streaming limitations.

    Alternatively, the Eufy Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt is an excellent offering. With tons of features including 360-degree coverage. The Ring Indoor Cam is also a solid choice at $60. It offers person detection to reduce false alerts, as well as integration with the Ring ecosystem.

    No. It lacks the necessities to make it a viable indoor camera, and its more expensive than much more capable peers.

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    Revealed: How home router manufacturers dropped the ball on security – TechHive - July 8, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Security vulnerabilities in your home router have been the story for years, with the responsibility being placed at the feet of users to keep their router firmware updated. But a damning report by Fraunhofer says that router manufacturers themselves have taken years to issue patches, with potentially dozens of critical vulnerabilities lurking within older routers.

    The June report by Fraunhofer-Institut fur Kommunikation (FKIE) extracted firmware images from routers made by Asus, AVM, D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, TP-Link, and Zyxel127 in all. The report (as noted by ZDNet) compared the firmware images to known vulnerabilities and exploit mitigation techniques, so that even if a vulnerability was exposed, the design of the router could mitigate it.

    No matter how you slice it, Fraunhofers study pointed out basic lapses in security across several aspects. At the most basic level, 46 routers didnt receive any updatesat all in the last year. Many used outdated Linux kernels with their own, known vulnerabilities. Fifty routers used hard-coded credentials, where a known username and password was encoded into the router as a default credential that asked the user to change itbut would still be there, accessible, if they did not.

    FKIE could not find a single router without flaws. Nor could the institute name a single router vendor that avoided the security issues.

    AVM does [a] better job than the other vendors regarding most aspects, the report concluded. Asus and Netgear do a better job in some aspects than D-Link, Linksys, TP-Link, and Zyxel. We contactedBelkin (Linksys) and D-Link, two vendors named in the report, for comment, but didnt hear back by press time.

    In conclusion the update policy of router vendors is far behind the standards as we know it from desktop or server operating systems, FKIE said elsewhere in the report. However, routers are exposed to the internet 24 hours a day leading to an even higher risk of malware infection.

    Fraunhofer broke down how router vendors have fallen short into several categories.

    Days since the last firmware release:Although 81 routers were updated in the last 365 days before the FKIE gathered its results (March 27, 2019 to Match 27, 2020) the average number of days to the prior update, across all devices, was 378. FKIE said 27 of the devices had not been updated within two years, with the absolute worst stretching to 1,969 daysmore then five years.

    Asus, AVM, and Netgear issued updates for all of their devices within a year and a half, at least. By comparison, most antivirus programs issue updates at least daily.

    Age of the OS: Most routers run Linux, an open-source software model that offers researchers the ability to examine the basic Linux kernel code and apply patches. When the kernel itself is outdated, however, fundamental known vulnerabilities in the OS are ripe for exploitation. FKIE used the open-source Firmware Analysis and Comparison Tool (FACT) to extract the router firmware, finding that a third of the routers ran on top of the 2.6.36 Linux kernel, an older version. Thelast security update for kernel version 2.6.36 was provided nine years ago, the study found.

    Critical vulnerabilities in the tested routers abounded. Theaverage number of critical vulnerabilities found for each router was 53, with even the best routers subject to 21 critical vulnerabilities (there were a whopping 348 high-rated vulnerabilities, too).

    Exploit mitigation: Routers can be built to protect their kernel using a variety of exploit mitigation techniques, including the non-executable bit (NX) to mark a region of memory as non-executable. This was a common way of protecting the router, but FKIE found that the usage of exploit mitigation techniques was rare.

    Private keys: We want to make it absolutely clear that there is no good reason to publish a private key, because a published private key does not provide any security at all! FKIE wrote. Publishing the private cryptographic key in the firmware allows an attacker to impersonate the device itself and do man in the middle attacks, an exploit that tries to fool the users PC and the server into believing that the attacker is the trusted router.

    FKIE found that at least five private keys are published per firmware image. The Netgear R6800 provides a total number of 13 private keys in a single device. AVM was the only vendor FKIE found that did not publish private keys.

    Hard-coded login credentials: You may already be familiar with hard-coded credentials: a router that uses admin and password as its default credentials. While that makes it easy to recover a lost password, it also makes it extremely easy for an attacker to take over your router. Furthermore, if the user cannot change a password, you might get a feeling that the password is related to a backdoor, FKIE wrote, implying that hard-coding credentials could have been added to allow monitoring of your device.

    The good news is that more than 60% of the router firmware images do not have hard-coded login credentials, FKIE wrote. The bad news is that 50 routers do provide hard-coded credentials. Sixteen routers have well known or easy crackable credentials.

    FKIEs report doesnt suggest choosing an open-source firmware replacement for your router, although that option is certainly available. Unfortunately, some of the firmware options are no longer maintained, or only work on a subset of (older) routers. Its disappointing that the easiest route for criminals to penetrate your home network appears to benot your PC, or your operating systembut the router youre using to connect to the rest of the world.

    This story, "Revealed: How home router manufacturers dropped the ball on security" was originally published by PCWorld.

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