The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued the NIST SP 800-121 Revision 2: “Guide to Bluetooth Security.”
The National Security Agency (NSA) has released guidance on securing wireless devices in public settings for government national defense entities and the general public. The new 8-page guidance infosheet summarizes ways bad actors target wireless devices as well as good safeguards to protect against such cyberattacks. The NSA warns that although connecting to public Wi-Fi
Intel has released security updates to fix vulnerabilities in Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi, Driver and Support Assistant, and other software products.
A security researcher warned that internet-facing Ubiquiti devices were exposed to potentially future cyber attacks. Rapid7 confirmed in a blog post that attackers could exploit the device services over port 10001/UDP and use the devices to launch future DDoS attacks.
Cisco issued new security updates to address vulnerabilities on multiple Cisco products to include WebEx, Secure Access Control System (ACS), Wireless LAN Controller (WLC), Meeting Server, and Aironet.