Blockchain In IoT: Risks Of Macrotools In Microdevices.
After blockchain took the world of cryptocurrencies by storm, it seems that the new goal is to conquer the “Internet
The Uber Case: Dos And Don´ts When Dealing With A Data Leak
Recently Uber disclosed that data from 57 million customers and driverswas stolen from them. This is one of the multiple data
TipTap Labs Becomes Barbara. Welcome, Barbara!
At TipTap Labs we are happy to announce that we will be consolidating all of our operations under one brand:
How Bad Is KRACK? Tips To Be Protected
Today, the internet is on fire. The media is publishing about KRACK, a new Wi-Fi security flaw that allows attackers to
Hacking The IoT Solutions World Congress
The IoT World Congress has just ended and TipTapLabs was there to get to know the market tendencies and discuss
Android Oreo, Another Boost To Android Security (Among Other Features)
Coinciding with the solar eclipse, yesterday, Google took the opportunity to launch the new version of its operating system Android
IoT Security Audits (2/2): IoT Threat Modelling
Last week we talked about the importance of doing third-party security assessments when designing an IoT product. In this second
IoT Security Audits (1/2)
Are you developing or have you developed an IoT product but you are not sure how to address its security?
Google Lens And The Privacy Challenge
It has been one week since the Google IO 2017 conference was over. We saw great announcements there, such as
Is Fuchsia The New Bet For IoT Of Google?
Fuchsia, Google’s new operating system that mixes Android and Chrome OS, came out in August last year, although it was
Android Security Advice: Isolate Your Banking Apps And Sensitive Data
One of the most privacy-sensitive usages of Android Smartphones today is to access our online accounts through banking apps. Back
5 Internet Of Things Security Failures
Who has never got its computer infected by malware that launches ads in a browser? Is well known that anything connected