Category: Infrastructure Security

Misstep 3: Flow Freakin’ Way

From my trip to LA, I’ve seen several of these water control valves placed above ground. (Must be nice, in Chicago, these guys would turn into ice and destroy themselves). An oddity is the choice of security — a wire mesh that stops folks from disabling the water. This could affect fire systems, but those […]

Jackpotting Parking Meters: A Series

I usually spend quite a bit of time talking about security problems I’ve identified, and a little less time talking about solutions to those problems. I don’t often talk about quantifying risk or products that I’ve identified as being particularly secure. Today, this changes. I walked into a local antique shop hoping to find some […]