Many organizations often overlook the security threat posed by Bluetooth devices. While significant effort is spent on deploying and hardening Wi-Fi networks through vulnerability assessments and penetration tests or ethical hacking engagements, very little is done in the field of Bluetooth security.

Part of the reason why few organizations spend any resources on evaluating their Bluetooth threat is a common risk misconception: “We are indifferent about Bluetooth security because it doesn’t threaten our critical assets.” Even when organizations recognize the threat Bluetooth poses, very few people have the developed skills and expertise to implement a Bluetooth penetration test successfully or to ethically ...

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