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Project Warwalk: PII, Social Engineering, and OSINT

Welcome back to the sixth entry of our research project, Project Warwalk. If this is your first time here, hello! To read the other entries related to this series and check out the glossary, click here . This entry to this series marks a distinctive shift when we’re talking about WiFi and specifically SSIDs. The [...]

Project Warwalk: Connected Devices and IoT

Welcome back and thanks for stopping by! For those new here, thanks for checking out Project Warwalk. You can check out all of our articles in the series here and visit the glossary to look up any terms. This entry is going to discuss network connected and IoT (Internet of Things) devices. We’ll be talking [...]

Project Warwalk: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Working From Home

Welcome back to the latest Project Warwalk article. In this post, we’re going to build off of what we published last week, so click here to get up to speed for the topic we’re talking about today. To catch up on the earlier articles, click here. To briefly recap, in our last post we talked [...]

Project Warwalk: Issues With WiFi for Personal Use at Home

Welcome back to Bsquared Intel’s Project Warwalk. If you would like to get up to speed, click here to go to the posts you missed and to learn about the project or reference our glossary. Last week we broke down the numbers. Today we’re going to explore what the data we collected can show with [...]

Project Warwalk: It’s All About the Numbers

Welcome back to the second installment of Project Warwalk. If you’re just tuning in, start here to learn about what this project is and use the Glossary for your reference. In this post, we’ll be laying out the numbers for you and how they will pop up in the future articles in this series. The [...]

Project Warwalk: The Groundwork

Welcome to the first installment of Project Warwalk, a research series resulting in a warwalking exercise coupled with Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). This article serves as your introduction to the project. Before we go any further, a definition of what warwalking is and a disclaimer. Warwalking is a derivative of wardriving. With wardriving, a person [...]

Some tips for securing your stuff: Stay at home edition

This is a very unique time we’re living in. Whether you’re working on the front-lines as a healthcare professional, grocery store worker, trucker, essential employee, or you’re working from home, the following are some very basic things to do, and look out for, that bare repeating. We’ll also briefly discuss some happenings with video conferencing [...]

Business Continuity During the Time of Coronavirus

Let’s talk about business continuity in the time of Coronavirus, or any time for that matter, because this is something an organization needs to think about and have an idea of what needs to be done to keep the lights on. While it is still unknown how COVID-19 will impact everyone, let’s raise some questions [...]

Editing information in National Plan and Provider Enumeration System to protect yourself as a healthcare provider

This is going to be a relatively short article and we’ll be showing you where, as a health care provider, to edit your information in the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System. Personal information is everywhere and if it’s public, it typically is sucked up by data aggregating sites like Spokeo, Radaris, Intelius, etc. The [...]

Top 3 Cyber Intrusions of the Decade: 2010-2019

A lot has happened in the past ten years for cyber intrusions and data breaches. We want to round out the end of the decade with our top 3 cyber intrusions. Stuxnet: 2010 Stuxnet was discovered around June 2010 by Belarusian antivirus company VirusBlokAda. U.S. based antivirus company Symantec was the first to reverse engineer [...]