Webinar: Basics of IoT Hacking for the Career Pen Tester on Sept 27 2018

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Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), the people behind the IoT Villages of DEF CON, RSA, DerbyCon and more, will showcase live demos of hacking IoT devices, the methodology for repeatable success and career opportunities for those with IoT Hacking skills during a FREE EH-Net Live! webinar on Thursday September 27, 2018 at 1:00 PM US Eastern.

EH-Net Live! Sept 2018 - Basics of IoT Hacking for the Career Pen Tester - Sept 27, 2018

IoT is not only a hot buzzword, but the sheer number of devices shows that it’s living up to the hype. The benefits can be a game changer for any organization. But at the pace with which the technology is being adopted, we as security professionals know all too well what happens when speed to market is the highest priority. As Trinity said, “You have been down there, Neo. You know that road. You know exactly where it ends. And I know that’s not where you want to be.” On the other hand, this gives us a huge opportunity in the field of IoT security research and bug hunting.

IoT devices are beautiful not only because of their capabilities in such a small package, but also because they are a wonderful merging of several technologies. But with each new added feature, the attack surface gets that much bigger. And anywhere there’s a way in for an attacker, there’s also a paying gig for a security professional… before, during and after a product is released.

Join the experts from Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), the people that bring you IoT Village at DEF CON, DerbyCon, RSA and many others, as they guide you through the inner workings of this great field of ethical hacking with a live demo, discussing career paths, and additional resources to keep you educated in this rapidly changing industry. From those in the maker (Read more...)

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