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IoT devices are one of the biggest challenges - Charles @libertyunix Sgrillo BSides Philadelphia 2017 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

IoT devices are one of the biggest challenges
Charles @libertyunix Sgrillo
@libertyunix
BSides Philadelphia 2017

IoT devices are one of the biggest challenges for security professionals now and will continue to be in the future. The security of these devices is critical as more of these insecure devices come to market. As professional we need to have an idea how these devices effect our organization. In this talk we will explore the basic principles of IoT PenTesting, how to build an effective toolset, reverse engineering, and analyzing wireless signals with SRD.

Charles is the lead Cybersecurity consultant at Kreisher Miller. With 10+ years, experience in Information Technology, Charles has held positions in the field such as Principal Consultant, IP Security Systems Specialist, Systems Engineer, and Penetration Tester. Charles is a Certified Ethical Hacker, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, and has extensive experience in offensive security techniques and strategies. He is currently a post graduate student at Drexel University studying cyber and communication security. His research has explored topics such as computer forensics, penetration testing, social engineering, physical security, and software defined radio. His graduate research thesis demonstrated the effects physical security systems can play in penetration testing and security assessments.

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