Entries by Chelsea Allen

When The Meat Scale Betrays You

Remember in December 2013 when news started filtering out about the Target data breach? Ultimately this attack would take 40M customer debit/credit card numbers, along with untold and still fully unaccountable costs for the company themselves. For months after the announcement the news was full of stories around the attack, centering on a HVAC company […]

Researchers Hack Office Building Using Drone

Singapore Researchers have demonstrated their ability to hack into the wireless printer in a secured office located in a 30-story office building, using a Samsung smart phone attached to a standard drone from DJI.  Wired Magazine reports that researchers at iTrust, a cybersecurity research center at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, developed applications for […]

Saddle Up for Derby?

That’s right – once again we’ll be hanging out at DerbyCon (as a gold sponsor, no less!) We were going to put together another Louisville guide, but after last year we realized that the city is simply too cool – and too popular – for the likes of us to try and outdo a real […]

#TBT To That Time We All Had a BlackBerry

I remember quite distinctly being asked a few years ago to “defend the BlackBerry.” While the devices are really quite good, the task is harder than it sounds in the era of iPhones and Androids. After grasping for an answer I finally stumbled upon “it’s professional! Do you ever see a businessman in the movies […]

Pwnie Values

Here on the blog, we often talk about the cool products and ideas that come out of Pwnie Express, but less so about the company itself. At the core of Pwnie are our values:   Integrity – Honesty and respect for one another are the guiding principles for everything we do. Our integrity is measured […]

Pwnie at RSA: Press Roundup

The Pwnies had an incredible time at RSA and clearly the press picked up on that! Here’s a quick roundup of the major RSA press coverage on Pwnie:   Video Coverage: eWeek: Pwnie Express Sets Its Sights on the Enterprise Tenable Security: Adopt the “G.I. Joe Philosophy of Securing Rogue Devices” This Week in Enterprise Tech 137: Interop Preview by […]