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An Introduction to Nozomi Networks Content Packs

An Introduction to Nozomi Networks Content Packs

If you’ve been following our Release Notes or some of our recent blogs, you may have noticed mention of a new feature that we added to our product earlier this year, Content Packs. For example, the blog released by Bruce Snell highlights the usage of Content Packs to...
Hardware Supply Chain Compromise in Human Interface Devices: Nozomi Networks + Hydro Québec Joint Research

Hardware Supply Chain Compromise in Human Interface Devices: Nozomi Networks + Hydro Québec Joint Research

Compromised Human Interface Devices (HID) such as a mouse, keyboard, or other USBs, which can be found in offices or industrial environments, can be adapted to perform physical attacks. Imagine the cyber-physical effect of an insider plugging a compromised keyboard/mouse into a workstation or Human Machine Interface (HMI). With the aim of setting up a proof of concept, Nozomi Networks and the Hydro-Québec Research Institute (IREQ) will explain how to detect, notify, and recommend proper countermeasures around compromised hardware devices.