CERN Computing Seminar

Attacking IoT with Software defined radio

by Jonathan Andersson (HP TippingPoint DVLabs)

Europe/Zurich
31/3-004 - IT Amphitheatre (CERN)

31/3-004 - IT Amphitheatre

CERN

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Description

Software defined radio (SDR) is an emerging technology focused on flexible radio implementation and design reusability. Complex radio protocols can be implemented quickly via software and deployed across a variety of diverse radio hardware. This presentation will focus on the application of SDR to the ever growing Internet of Things (IoT) with a specific focus on Home Automation. An overview of wireless attack vectors will be presented along with the results of their exploration. Attack techniques, defensive strategies, best practices and future market recommendations will also be discussed.

About the speaker

Jonathan Andersson is an engineering professional with more than 20 years of experience in a range of engineering disciplines including software development, electronic design, FPGA & PCB design, reverse engineering, patent development, and engineering team / executive management. He has domain expertise in embedded systems, information security & real-time transaction processing systems, vulnerability & malware analysis, product development & manufacturing, credit card & check processing, optics & pattern recognition systems, image processing, USB storage & media card technology, solar technology, vehicle diagnostic technology, and varied mobile & wireless technologies including software defined radio


Organised by: Miguel Angel Marquina
Computing Seminars /IT Department

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