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Tech Gifts That Security Pros Will Probably Return

Insecure gifts that CISOs and other security pros are likely returning as we speak.
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Bluetooth Padlock

Because regular padlocks are just not insecure enough, this Christmas season brought a new set piece in the art of security theater with the introduction of a Bluetooth wireless electronic padlock. With more attack surface area than the continent of Asia, most security pros will find every excuse to ask for the receipt for this doozy. 

Unless they're into vulnerability research. Then you'd better believe they'll keep the Bluetooth Padlock to put it through its paces. 

Image Source: Amazon

Bluetooth Padlock

Because regular padlocks are just not insecure enough, this Christmas season brought a new set piece in the art of security theater with the introduction of a Bluetooth wireless electronic padlock. With more attack surface area than the continent of Asia, most security pros will find every excuse to ask for the receipt for this doozy.

Unless they're into vulnerability research. Then you'd better believe they'll keep the Bluetooth Padlock to put it through its paces.

Image Source: Amazon

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