We cheer for the security researchers, who share our vision of making cyber security easy and accessible for everyone, and who joined early on to make their data available!
Established in 2004, The Shadowserver Foundation gathers intelligence on the darker side of the internet. We are comprised of volunteer security professionals from around the world. Our mission is to understand and help put a stop to high stakes cybercrime in the information age. ShadowServer reports are available in select countries.
Fitsec provides customised security solutions ranging from penetration testing to hardware-based safety solutions. Among them, we provide threat intelligence feed to keep companies and individuals aware of malicious activity in their networks. Our feeds are free for individual victims via Badrap. Enterprises can subscribe to our feeds for a price.
We protect our customers with the help of our Darknet and NCSC-FI's Autoreporter service. Microsoft has referred to our work as “Finland's Secret for a Secure Internet”. The Darknet is based on the great MSc thesis work by Markku Parviainen. Our Darknet catches infected computers by recording connection attempts to unused IP-addresses. Only a fraction of our findings is about our customers. That is why we offer our darknet data for others to use and keep people secure.
In the last couple of years, we at Deutsche Telekom’s honeypot project have set up more than 200 honeypots in our home networks, Telekom’s access networks and at partner locations all around the globe. The data gathered by those honeypots is a core component of our Early Warning System and feeds the data for the Sicherheitstacho security dashboard.
Network Security Research Lab at 360 discovered serious security issues related to MikroTik Routers. Their scans revealed hundreds of thousands of routers, which are vulnerable, or worse, being used for eavesdropping and CoinHive Mining. They provided their findings for Finland and Estonia so that individuals can check if they have these issues.
I'm Troy Hunt, a Microsoft Regional Director and Most Valuable Professional awardee for Developer Security, blogger at troyhunt.com, international speaker on web security and the author of many top-rating security courses for web developers on Pluralsight. I created HIBP as a free resource for anyone to quickly assess if they may have been put at risk due to an online account of theirs having been compromised or "pwned" in a data breach.
Remod Oy is a crew of tech-savvy people breaking and building software. Inspired by the Finnish TV-show: "Team Whack - everything is hackable", they started to produce information about hackable building automation connected directly to the Internet. They provide this data as a part of Badrap-sponsored Fidelix-FI notificaton bounty to help those in danger to protect their building automation.