"Fruit and Pets" WiFi pineapple and other physical hacking tools

When: 21st Nov 2018, 18:30 - 21st Nov 2018, 20:30
Where: BDO Southampton, Arcadia House Maritime Walk, Ocean Village, Southampton, SO14 3TL
Town/City: Southampton
Organiser: Organised by ISACA Winchester Chapter, in conjunction with BCS Hampshire Branch 
Price: Free to both ISACA and BCS, otherwise £20.00 plus vat & booking fees etc
Further Information: Further Information

(Bash Bunny, Packet Squirrel, LAN Turtle, Rubber Ducky)

This is organised by the ISACA Winchester Chapter, in conjunction with the BCS Hampshire Branch  **Note meeting also open to local BCS Chapter members and we look forward to welcoming you to this event**

Speaker:
Keith Chappell, Cyberprism

Event Running Order:

  • 6.30pm - 7.00pm - Delegate Networking
  • 7.00pm - 8.00pm - Chapter Presentation
  • 8.00pm - Close - Q&A, Chapter AOB and Delegate Networking

Decription:

Why hack when access is easy?

If an attacker can gain physical access to your network and devices, then the games over!

As a Pentester and Red Team member, Keith is amazed how often vast sums of money have been spent on the latest and greatest technologies to secure networks whilst simple physical security is often overlooked.

Keith will show some of the tools of trade used by Pentesters, Red Teamers and the bad guys to gain access to your networks, endpoints and servers and how easy it is once access is gained to take control of them and maintain that control covertly.

Keith will discuss why protection is better than detection, usually and where forensics fail. Keith is hoping for a very active Q&A

If you are not yet a BCS member, please visit our 'how to join' page, but, if you would like to receive for free emails about the Hampshire Branch activities, as a non-member, enrol

on hampsnonmem-join@lists.bcs.org.uk, but as a non-BCS member, you will need to pay for this event.

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