Hacks performed on connected & IoT devices, such as routers, security cameras, smart meters, etc. are increasingly common, and revealing major vulnerabilities in existing security measure. This vicious cycle of hack & patch can be broken by adopting a new approach that introduces the role of flash memory in securing devices.
Kenneth F. Belva, CISSP, CEH is a cyber security expert practicing in the field since 1998 serving in both technical and non-technical roles. Ken joins Matt and Paul today to talk about Why scanning for default credentials missing from the rest of the scanning vendors! The problem of default and weak credentials. Why they're still low hanging fruit after all these years. And new solutions to detecting default and weak credentials on the network.
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Matt Wyckhouse is the Co Founder & CEO at Finite State. More than 15 years of experience developing advanced software to support offensive and defensive cyber operations led Matt Wyckhouse to co-found Finite State in 2017 to focus on the unique challenges of cybersecurity in the IoT era. Matt spent most of his career at Battelle, the world’s largest private R&D company, where he was the technical founder and CTO of Battelle’s Cyber Innovations Business. He will be talking about Supply chain security in the IoT era.