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The Trap House: Making your house as paranoid as you are. - Jonathan Echavarria & David E. Switzer Derbycon 2017 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

The Trap House: Making your house as paranoid as you are.
Jonathan Echavarria & David E. Switzer
Derbycon 2017

Home automation and IoT is all the rage, but once you have your thermostat automated, what is next? How can you leverage your automated home for active defense and gain some situational awareness, both inside and out? Much research has been done on the security of IoT devices, and this talk looks into how to use IoT (and possibly their insecurities) for your home security, while keeping costs down.

Jonathan Echavarria has over half 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. David Switzer is a red team operator who has 20+ years of experience in systems and network security. Some alphabet Soup: GSE #136, G[cia|cih|awn|sec|stuff]), OSCE, CISSP and ITILv3 (I keep it gangsta). His obsessions/amusements include RF, wireless networks, hardware hacking, and other expensive time sinks. Jonathan and David work at ReliaQuest in Tampa, Florida, a leading co-management security provider.

@und3rf10w, @violentlydave

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