It's incredibly easy to put systems online. Between EC2, Digital Ocean, Rackspace, Oracle, IBM, GCP, Hetzner and various others, anybody can spin up a free virtual machine.
There's stuff like lambda and heroku which is are disembodied python interpreters you can buy access to.
IOT devices phone home and become accessible. The internet is getting packed with stuff and the old ways of "put a firewall in front of it" seem to have disappeared - lots of stuff is just .. public! It's one thing to say "this is generally unsafe behavior", but it's another entirely to actually show you what can be found.
Today, we shall go on safari through Norway's connected systems, exploring what sort of trouble we can get ourselves into by looking. Please keep your hands and feet inside the tram, because some of this stuff can bite.
This presentation will be held by Dan Tentler. Dan is the Executive Founder and CTO of Phobos Group, a boutique information security services and products company. Having been on both red and blue teams, Dan brings a wealth of defensive and adversarial knowledge to security landscape 2022 produces for us all.
Dan has spent time at Twitter, British Telecom, Websense, Anonymizer, Intuit and Sempra Energy, to name a few and has a strong background in systems, networking, architecture and wireless networks, translating to strengths in lateral movement, data exfiltration, hiding from the blue team, physical security and a variety of other redteam techniques. Outside of work, Dan cooking, FPV drones and making hot sauce.
Do not miss this session if want to learn real world security!