Introduction to IOT Device Hacking w/ Rick Wisser and David Fletcher – 16 Hours
Instructors: Rick Wisser and David Fletcher
Includes: Certificate of completion, course equipment/hardware, six months of complimentary access to the BHIS Antisyphon Cyber Range
With over 21.5 billion interconnected devices in the world and a future estimate of 6.2 trillion devices by 2025, understanding and learning how to methodologically assess those devices is sure to be a valuable skill. “Introduction to IOT Device Hacking” will present a methodological approach for understanding attack surfaces, interacting with various protocols and interfaces, determining exploitative scale, and ultimately attacking various types of IOT devices. Beginning with reconnaissance and ending with compromising the IOT device, students will get hands-on experience and valuable skills. This course provides students with a vulnerable device and tools to perform typical attacks using various protocols and interfaces.
Rick Wisser has been with the Black Hills Information team since 2015. He is a penetration tester, security analyst, GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH), and a SANS NetWars Level 5 certificate holder. Rick has an associates degree in Electronic Technology and Computer Networking as well as a BS in Electrical Engineering. Prior to working for BHIS, Rick served in the Air Force along with working in blue team IT and contract manufacturing. His favorite aspects of security include mobile apps and hardware hacking, but most of all collaborating with customers to help make their networks more secure.
David Fletcher has been working for Black Hills Information Security as a penetration tester and security analyst since 2015. He has spent most of his career working for the US Air Force and engaged in a variety of disciplines within the IT industry including boundary defense, web and application development, system administration, and offensive cyber research. David approaches penetration testing with a creative mind, treating each test as a puzzle and always exploring new methods of exploitation. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Information Security Engineering from the SANS Technology Institute. Outside of work, David enjoys playing the guitar, hunting, and fishing.
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