Wednesday, May 22 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Social Engineering, Physical Security & USB Attacks

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You may think that USB drops are a thing of the past but that’s certainly not the case. Sometimes breaching a target with a massive defense budget is as simple as a $10 USB dropped at the right location. In this talk I’ll share how an organization could start their own USB drop assessment by detailing the history, common research, tools of the trade, tactics, and mindset of a potential attacker. 

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Brad Thornton

Senior Penetration Tester, ICSynergy
I’m currently a Senior Penetration Tester with a consultant firm. I participate in multiple CTF events, belong to several security focused organizations, and attend numerous conferences on the subject. Historically, I’ve served in various roles in relation to privilege identity... Read More →

Wednesday May 22, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm EDT
Senate Chambers, 1st Floor