Much like Eleven and the gang, we at BinaryEdge sometimes are confronted with real monsters. Unlike in the series "Stranger Things" however, the monsters we're faced with take different shapes. Our monsters are usually found in the shape of weird things people connect to the internet. Often we're asked "What is the craziest things you guys have found connected to the internet?" In this talk we intend to answer and show exactly that. If you've seen our previous talks and/or read our "World Security Report" for 2016 (ise.binaryedge.io) you know that we have found some of the weirdest things online. From water dams, to electricity grids, and nuclear laboratory sensors, people simply love connecting things to the internet. And in this talk, we are going to explore the top "things" we've found exposed, talk about the different protocols they use and also allow YOU live on talk to search for your own things! On this talk we will also release our 2017 report, where we show how we detected some of the NSA tools such as Double pulsar. We will also make an interesting reveal on this topic. :)
Pixels Camp 2017 - Stranger Things the internet version
Be Ready. Be Safe. Be Secure.
Focus on Cybersecurity,
Data science and Machine
learning. Scale via software,
automation and re-usable
Look at things that are on the internet and that shouldn’t be there
Scare you enough that if you see someone putting something on the in-
ternet that they shouldn’t, you would stop them!
WHO ARE WE?
Tiago is the CEO and Data necromancer at
BinaryEdge however he gets to meddle in the
intersection of data science and cybersecurity
by providing his team with lovely problems
that they solve on a daily basis.
EXPOSING THINGS TO THE INTERNET
Types of exposure
ChatsPower stations Coffee makerCar GPSRadiation
Prisons MMORPG data SensorsAlarms Power meters Mobile phones
How it works and what is out there
SCADA - WHAT IS?
SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition is an industrial automation control system.
SCADA systems can be used in different industries
Food and beverages
Power Oil and gas