This week’s sponsor interview is with another old school hacker, Stephen Ridley. Stephen is the founder of Senrio, which is technically an IoT security play, but the thing is the tech he’s developed has turned out to be useful for all sorts of other stuff too.
Stephen Ridley talks about the abysmal state of IoT security, his recent exploitation of an IP camera and router to exfiltrate corporate data and his experience as a minority in the security industry.
At the 2018 RSA Conference VP of Research M. Carlton and CTO Stephen Ridley demonstrated for the first time publicly an IoT hack that resulted in a breach of personally identifiable information. At the IoT Village our talk "Lateral Attacks between Connected Devices in Action" showed how a relatively unskilled attacker could compromise enterprise security without ever triggering an alert from traditional end-point or network security protections.
Read the full article at Dark Reading.
Senrio's investment in IoT device research pays off yet again! Exclusive coverage in Wired details how an attacker with relatively low-level skills can infiltrate an organization and exfiltrate sensitive data through IoT devices only, never touching a traditional end-point.
Read the full article at Wired.
Quebec City, April 12, 2018 - (TSXV: HEO) - H2O Innovation Inc. ("H2O Innovation" or the "Corporation") is proud to announce that it has partnered with Senrio, Inc. , provider of the leading IoT visibility and security solution, to provide users of our proprietary IntelogxTM system, performance monitoring software with a greater level of awareness and visibility into IoT device health and safety. In addition to the collection of operational data from multiple devices on water and wastewater plants, the integration of Senrio Insight with IntelogxTM will allow customers to rapidly respond when atypical patterns of behavior are detected or when unauthorized devices are discovered by Senrio's self-learning technology. After being analyzed by Senrio's predictive analytics engine and the world's largest device intelligence data store, it will provide the operators continuous surveillance on its infrastructure and trigger alerts when abnormal behavior is detected.
Defcon 2017 has come and gone, but Senrio was honored to support the fantastic IoT Village event this year. this year over 86 teams participated in the competition with hundreds of people watching lectures and participating in Q&A sessions. Our hat is off to ISE for yet another fantastic run of this event. In addition to our usual sponsorship support, Senrio also donated its flagship product Senrio Insight for use by the conference organizers to help them:
Update: The full gallery of our photos from IoT Village 2017 is viewable here. Enjoy!