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Going on a Printer Safari - Hunting Zebra Printers - James Edge Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Going on a Printer Safari - Hunting Zebra Printers
James Edge
Derbycon 2018

If you see a label or receipt there is a good chance it was printed by a Zebra printer. Everyone has come in contact with a Zebra printer if you have ever returned a rental car. Every price label you see in your local grocery or department store is printed by a Zebra printer. Warehouses, distribution centers, and even hospitals rely on the ability to print bar-coded labels for tracking purposes. These embedded devices pack a powerful real-time operating system offering an array of services that facilitate communication with the corporate environment. By default these services offer an attack surface into the corporate environment that is alarming. Take a trip on a safari as we go hunting Zebra printers in the wild.

James Edge is an experienced information security professional as a consultant for state and local governments, education, financial services, and retail industries. He has an alphabet soup of certification credentials in information technology, information security, and audit. He is active member for the local chapters of ISACA wherever he happens to reside, has provided support for the Southeastern Collegiate Cyber Defense Challenge (CCDC), and has spoken at various security conferences run by universities, BSides, SkyTalks, and ISACA.

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