AMNESIA:33: Understand & mitigate the impact on millions of IoT, OT & IT devices

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Daniel dos Santos – Research Engineer, Forescout & AJ Dunham – Principal Systems Engineer, Forescout

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Forescout Research Labs discovered 33 vulnerabilities, four that are critical, lurking in millions of enterprise IoT, OT and IT devices. These vulnerabilities can cause memory corruption and affect four open-source TCP/IP stacks in widespread use across devices from over 150 vendors. Cybercriminals can target these vulnerabilities to perform remote code execution, cause denial of service and expose sensitive information. Watch this webinar to learn more about: • The AMNESIA:33 vulnerabilities and how they impact the uIP, picoTCP, FNET and Nut/Net open-source TCP/IP stacks • The widespread use and proliferation of these stacks in embedded components, IoT, OT systems, network equipment and IT devices • How these vulnerabilities can be used to target organizations worldwide, including retail, manufacturing, healthcare and critical infrastructure • Best practices for organizations that are at risk of being targeted by cyberattacks exploiting these vulnerabilities • How Forescout can help identify and mitigate the risk from these vulnerabilities to protect enterprise networks

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