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Wednesday, October 10 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Designing for Security in IoT and Robotics FILLING

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In 2016 a group of young hackers in Anchorage Alaska ran a denial of service (DDoS) attack leveraging unprotected IoT devices which became known as Mirai.  As of early July 2018 there are 13 different versions of the Mirai malware has been used to launch additional attacks.  In the wake of the Mirai malware the threat hackers taking over hardware devices connected to networks has become very real.  This panel will discuss best practices in designing for security when developing hardware devices to ensure they can not be used as sources to launch DDoS attacks, infect hardware with viruses to misbehave or even to take over control of drones and robots.

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Brandon Frick

Cyber Security Specialist, Rubica, Inc.
Prior to Rubica, Brandon performed a wide range of technical and cybersecurity roles at former employers Fire Mountain Gems and Beads, Dutch Bros Coffee and F5 Networks working to help enhance and ensure a positive security posture. Brandon is passionate about continuing his education... Read More →
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Alan Meekins

Alan has been building internet connected robots since 2002. Over that time he's become an active advocate of the open source Robotics Operating System(ROS). Currently he leads a startup, ROSHub Inc, focused on bringing cloud based devops tools to the ROS eco-system. When he's not... Read More →

Wednesday October 10, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
Galvanize- Harbor Room