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Thursday, October 24 • 10:45am - 11:30am
War-Boarding a Cyber/Physical System and the Efficacy of Small-Board Computers and 'Dirty LANs'

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This presentation describes some experimental work concerning the uses and efficacy of small-board computers (SBC), penetration tools and applications security tests for cyber/physical systems. The war-board of these networked devices have proven useful in isolated networks to validate computer threat intelligence concerning vulnerabilities, risks, remediation techniques and resilience.  A short demonstrated scenario will be presented.

Learning objectives:
  • Critically assess the application of CTI frameworks to Cyber/physical systems.
  • Recognize the benefits and risk of CTI, risks and penetration testing.
  • Assess the efficacy of validation for CTI threat reports and feeds
  • Review the nature of systems war-boarding.
  • Consider the utility of SBCs, ‘dirty LANs’ and CTI reporting.


Dr. Larry Leibrock

Research Affiliate, University Professor, Idaho National Lab

Thursday October 24, 2019 10:45am - 11:30am

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