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Modern Day Vandals and Thieves: Wireless Edition - David Switzer and Jonathan Echavarria (BSides Tampa 2018) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Modern Day Vandals and Thieves: Wireless Edition
David Switzer and Jonathan Echavarria
BSides Tampa 2018

Abstract: There's many reasons people may want to know about what's in your home, be it people or things. Few of them are good. This talk will examine ways to determine what is inside your home without ever entering, and possibly how to enter it. Wireless networking detection is well known -- and we will cover it -- but this talk will go more in depth into other sources of information from your lights, your TV... even your security system, and even the power that is running these devices.

Bio: David E. Switzer has over 20 years of experience in systems and network security. Cert alphabet soup: GSE #136, G[cia|cih|awn|sec|stuff]), OSCE, CISSP and ITILv3 (keeps it gangsta). He currently is working on RF/IoT and ICS/SCADA projects for his employer, while off time amusements include RF, wireless networks, hardware hacking, and other expensive time sinks. Jonathan Echavarria has nearly a decade of experience in the Information security industry. His primary interests include adversary emulation, reverse engineering, and good old fashioned breaking into networks. Currently, he works as a Red Team Operator while performing security research in his spare time. He holds a number of industry certifications including OSCE, OSCP and CEH.

Twitter: @violentlydave and @Und3rf10w

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