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Vendor Induced Security Issues - Dave Chronister (BSides Tampa 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Vendor Induced Security Issues
Dave Chronister

During the last few years we have seen a growing trend with vulnerable vendor technologies being used during breaches. Open HVAC systems, poorly designed POS terminals, and insecure web applications seem to be rampant; but is this really the case? In short, yes and it doesn’t stop there. In this talk Dave will discuss some of the prevalent vendor induced issues he has found in public networks. Hackers are not only using vulnerable vendor technologies to gain access, but as a proxy to attack others. Vendor due diligence is always a boring part of the security program, but after this talk you understand why you need to verify those who hold the keys to your network.

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