Modems: The Forgotten Back Door

Presented by

Richard Hollis, CEO, Orthus Information Risk Management

About this talk

Talk to any real hacker and he will tell you that unsecured modems are a "sure thing". Modems were the first point of access for hackers 30 years ago - and today they are just as dependable. Why is this backdoor to systems still overlooked to this day? This presentation analyzes the real threats and potential vulnerabilites associated with modems in todays computer room. Richard Hollis is a professional CRISC, CISM, and PCI DSS QSA with over 25 years of international information security risk management experience. Expertise: * PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) * Certified Risk Information Systems Control (CRISC) * Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) * Threat Assessment & Risk Management * Security Policies & Procedures * Compliance Management * Security Architecture Design * Security Vulnerability Assessment * Security Penetration Testing * Wifi Security Principles & Practices * Cloud Security Compliance Mapping * Business Continuity Planning * Insider Threat & Data Leakage

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