Date: Tuesday 11 June 2019
Time: 11.00am
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As IoT devices continue to evolve in different ways, connecting (even more) the physical with the cyber world, the adversaries continue to evolve methods for compromising them for different purposes.

Based on their nature and the tasks they need to perform, the common general characteristics of IoT devices are:

– They are very minimalistic, 
– They have limited resources, 
– Most of them are battery-based
– They interact with other devices
– They are connected to the cloud for different reasons
– They have special RF protocols

IoT use cases (as listed below) have a lot of security challenges that haven’t been addresses properly because of the devices’ constrains, the limited budget the contractors have (cause the solutions have to be “cost-effective”) and the priority is always functionality, thus sacrificing security, therefore exposing our society to massive risks.

– Smart City
– Smart Manufacturing
– Autonomous Vehicles
– Critical Infrastructures

This is why we need to work on detecting threats in a structured way, taking into account that once attackers access to the IoT network, they won’t have much limitations moving around that network and even jumping to other networks, including IT network. When adversaries compromise IT networks, they are affecting business but when they compromise IoT devices, they can compromise our lives.

In this webinar Carlos Valderrama, SOC Service Manager EMEA from Proficio will share a methodology that can be applied to enhance IoT network security by mitigating IoT cyber risks using MITRE ATT&CK Framework.

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