One of the most vulnerable places across your enterprise (apart from the inner workings of your user’s brains, that is) can be keyboards. And recently, an innovative keylogger attack has been found by Bastille Networks that intercepts wireless keyboard transmissions. The attacker can be located up to 250 feet away from the computer and is a new twist on some old exploits. Out of 12 wireless keyboard manufacturer, the researchers found that eight (such as the one from Kensington, above) were susceptible to the attack. You can read more in my post for the iBoss blog here.