For millions of Americans, a new hack comprising Peloton bikes means users have something new to worry about. Harrisburg University cybersecurity instructor Brandon Keath spoke to FOX-43 on the hack and the vulnerability of smart devices.
Keath is the Cybersecurity Officer, vCISO Services for Appalachia Technologies – a leading cybersecurity and managed service provider based in Mechanicsburg, PA. With prior experience in both private and public-sector IT consulting, he has served in various roles in cybersecurity over the past 12 years specializing in business strategy, ethical hacking, cybersecurity strategy, regulatory compliance, and cyber defense. Additionally, he is active in the cybersecurity community – founder of PA Hackers and co-founder of BSIDES Harrisburg.
Harrisburg University offers several undergraduate and graduate programs in cyber security, delivered online and in hybrid-formats. For more information on cyber security programs at Harrisburg University, visit online at https://www.harrisburgu.edu/programs/
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