From appliances to televisions to heating systems to personal printers, everything in the modern home or office comes with an IP address. This network connectivity opens up millions of convenient possibilities. What if, however, that same convenience exposes photocopied documents online or allowed outsiders to record your telephone conversations? Sadly, home and small business wireless networks, were likely set up by someone with no networking experience and lacking sophisticated security protocols which unintentionally allow internet facing.
Insecure embedded web servers plus insecure networking practices leaves both home and office wide open to attack from anyone, anywhere.
Zscaler Labs spent several months scanning large portions of the Internet to understand the scope of this threat. At ICCS2012, Zscaler’s Vice President for Security Research, Mr. Michael Sutton, will discuss these vulnerabilities and how embedded web servers present real targets of opportunity for both personal and corporate cyber espionage.
Join us at ICCS 2012 to hear Michael Sutton and learn about many of today's Emerging Technologies, Operations and Enforcement, and Real Life Experiences related to cyber security.
Register now for ICCS 2012 and receive the standard rate of $695.00. Registrations are handled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on confirmed speakers, registration, accommodations, schedules and presentations, we invite you to take a moment to visit the official ICCS 2012 website at: http://www.iccs.fordham.edu.