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LiveWorx 2017

Hack Attack: Hands-on Hacking of Common Internet of Things Devices

Session Description

Leading security researchers from the firm Independent Security Evaluators will demonstrate exploits against a handful of connected devices. ISE expert Drew Ogle will explain and show how attackers would progress through an actual exploit, describing the attack anatomy along the way. You will be left with a tangible sense for how IoT devices get broken, and how to think about better securing them.


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Additional Information
Security and Privacy
IoT
How malicious adversaries approach embedded systems
Common design and deployment errors that can facilitate compromises of IoT endpoints and ecosystems.
Steps that developers/device-makers can take to secure deployed IoT devices.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule