Malicious Network of Things

Presented by

Waylon Grange, Senior Security Researcher, Symantec

About this talk

The security of the Internet of Things has long been debated, with researchers showing the vulnerability of virtually any device to hacking. This year, cyber criminals and targeted attacks have regularly used "Things" to infiltrate, exfiltrate, and attack: Metasploit modules for light bulbs and DDoS attacks from web cameras (Mirai) are two examples. This presentation will provide unique insight into professional attack campaigns leveraging the IoT.

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