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Tuesday, October 24 • 11:45am - 12:30pm
SCADA Bug Killing: Technologies and Timeline

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Finding and remediating a subtle SCADA protocol bug is not easy nor is it immediate. A reputable automation company will already have tested many aspects of the software and hardware. And yet, sometimes bugs do slip through. This is the story of a device that slogged through many software audits and fuzz testing. It had been on the market for a few years already. But there was still an egregious flaw lurking in the device. This presentation is about the timeline and the technologies behind a software flaw detection and remediation effort. It also has relevance to SCADA protocol design, as well as security exploit response.

Keywords: DNP3, PLC, RTU, Vulnerability, fuzzing, SCADA

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Jacob Brodsky

Jacobs Cyber Innovation Lab
Having spent nearly 30 years of his Control Systems Engineering careerat the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, Jake Brodsky has a lotof hard won experience (making mistakes), learning to live with his creations. He has eagerly shared this experience with various standards... Read More →


Tuesday October 24, 2017 11:45am - 12:30pm
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