Medical Device Security

Alex Illiadis MedSec The focus of this presentation is on the security of medical devices. Anything from enterprise hospital equipment to embedded gadgets that are available for patients. We will walk through all the layers of security starting from the hardware, firmware and RF. This talk is a story of our experiences and struggles

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Cyber Security Incident Response. Are You Ready?

Ken Kuehni and Mark Cunningham Synopsis When a security breach happens to your organization (and it will), the first step in the recovery process is your ability to respond effectively. Being prepared is the key to managing an incident and whether it be a line of business, or the entire corporation, the objective is to 

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When Good Software Goes Bad

Ryan Kazanciyan Tanium Amidst all of the furor and noise about NSA exploits and failed patching efforts, this year’s NotPetya ransomware campaign also revived awareness of a potent and often underestimated means of compromise: software supply chain attacks. In truth, you don’t need to look far to find a surprising number of similar incidents

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Analyzing and Understanding the Criminal Ecosystem

Kevin Stear RSA The concept of capitalism thrives on the open market forces of supply and demand, and these same forces are driving the evolution of today’s Crimeware microcosm, where a close-knit ecosystem of independent actors offers goods and services based on demand from ongoing malicious campaigns. In this discussion, RSA FirstWatch will

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Lessons Learned Hunting IoT Malware

Olivier Bilodeau Permeating the entire spectrum of computing devices, malware can be found anywhere code is executed. Embedded devices, of which many are a part of the Internet of Things (IoT), are no exception. With their proliferation, a new strain of malware and tactics have emerged. This presentation will discuss our lessons learned from

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SciBabe’s Guide to Surviving Fake News

Yvette d’Entremont SciBabe Can you spot fake news when it pops up in your Twitter feed? Are you sure? Even the most ardent skeptics and trained scientists can have trouble separating landmark discoveries from hyperbolic writing or dry satire when reported in popular media. The new media landscape of sponsored content and fake news

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