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Monday, October 23 • 8:00am - 5:00pm
Automation Exploitation: Advanced Workshop [8AM-5PM - Sold Out]

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This workshop is SOLD OUT

Learn how attackers reverse engineer, compromise, and backdoor, control systems.


Brought to you by the Senrio research team, whose custom developed trainings have sold out at Blackhat five years running, this intense hands-on Automation Exploitation workshop is meant to provide an introductory basis to the unique security challenges in the world of Automation. 

Participants will learn how attackers reverse engineer, tamper with,and exploit all parts of an industrial control network. Since Automotive technologies have their roots in Industrial Control and Building Automation (CAN bus) this course will also include "Car Hacking" content. Participants will learn about threats to those systems, perform hand-on attacks themselves, and learn how these insecure design patterns are found throughout the world of Automation (and automotives!).

Who Should Attend:

  • Field Service Engineers, Safety Engineers, Automation Engineers,"Makers", Tinkerers, Developers, IT Professionals, Mobile Developers, Hackers, Penetration Testers, Forensic Investigators, reverse engineers, software security auditors/analysts, software exploitation engineers, jail breakers, and anyone interested.

Student Requirements:

  • Understanding basic computing.
  • Some programming experience a plus.
What to Bring:
  • A laptop (running their favorite OS) capable of connecting to wired and wireless networks. Laptop must also have several available and operational USB Ports
  • Installed and valid VMWare workstation (with working access to USB Ports and network card bridged or NATed)
  • Three button external mouse.

Speakers
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Stephen Ridley

Founder and CEO/CTO, Senrio
Stephen has more than 10 years of experience in software development, software security, and reverse engineering. His original research on embedded device vulnerabilities has been featured on NPR, SecurityWeek, Wired and numerous other publications. Prior to his current work at S... Read More →


Monday October 23, 2017 8:00am - 5:00pm
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