On January 31st Laird Connectivity Solutions hosted a live webinar and Q&A session. Titled, “Designing for Success: Leveraging Security Features of Bluetooth for Your IoT Applications”, the webinar featured commentary from wireless experts Jonathan Kaye and Jennifer Gibbs. The presenters walked through the evolution of security features in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) […]
Laird’s Connectivity Solutions is hosting a free webinar and Q&A session on Tuesday, January 31st! The webinar, “Leveraging Security Features of Bluetooth for Your IoT Applications“, is the latest in the Designing for Success series and will feature Jonathan Kaye, Product Director and Jennifer Gibbs, Field Applications Engineer for Laird’s Connectivity Solutions […]
By Jay White, Product Manager
Spring is upon us and it’s a perfect time to clean up your wireless network. With the increasing demand and sheer number of wireless devices on your network, it’s imperative to keep your wireless network optimized. Here are a few steps that can help you ensure an optimal wireless experience.
In the past weeks a few vulnerabilities have been published that apply to the code components used on Laird’s WB line of products. While these vulnerabilities do not pose a large threat to us, below is an explanation of the common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE).
OpenSSH Roaming Vulnerabilities CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778
Qualys announced two vulnerabilities […]
Setting up a Wi-Fi network in a hospital can be difficult. However, when the right steps are taken IT managers can bypass a lot of headaches and ensure a more reliable and secure network for wireless medical devices. Check out part 4 of the Setting Up Wi-Fi in a Medical Center series, Security.
AES-CCMP is an approved cryptographic method for FIPS 140-2, which defines the standard for cryptographic modules that protect sensitive but unclassified information. Since 2006, support for AES-CCMP has been a requirement for Wi-Fi® certification, so nearly every Wi-Fi chip supports AES-CCMP in hardware, i.e. on the chip. Very few Wi-Fi products, however, are validated for […]
Over the last few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has taken the world by storm, becoming one of the most discussed topics and promising markets of the tech industry. The concept of a connected world where a host of devices are connected and communicating has spurred innovation, creating new applications and solutions for IoT […]
Infusion pumps are necessary when it comes to administering fluids such as medication and nutrients into a patient’s cardiovascular system. They serve the purpose of automatically distributing fluids during a patient’s stay which not only improves patient care, but helps to properly manage time, money, and resources. If infusion pumps are not managed correctly, they […]
In Connected Hospitals, wireless technology allows caregivers and patients to roam around the hospital freely while providing accurate and timely monitoring. Through successful wireless medical device integration, Connected Hospitals have become the model of healthcare deployment that is economic, scalable, efficient and, most importantly, secure. The success of this approach to healthcare is […]
By Mahendra Tailor, Senior Staff Engineer and Jordan Manser, Technical Writer
A key enabler for the Internet of Things (IoT), Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is expected to connect billions of things in just a few years. The latest Bluetooth specification, v4.2, will connect a variety of devices ranging from wearables and appliances to automobiles and industrial […]
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