Floating in the clouds, how vulnerable are we (and our gadgets)?
Matt Johansen of White Hat Security's Threat Research Center spent months hacking Google's Cr-48 prototype laptops. His findings are revealing. Johansen discovered multiple serious security design flaws that have the potential to leave users vulnerable. Johansen found security flaws with the potential to exposure all user email, contacts and saved documents; scans of internet work that reveal active host IP addresses; spoofing of messages in Google voice accounts and the take-over of Google accounts where session cookies are stolen.
Join us at ICCS2012 for Matt Johansen’s presentation and learn just how secure are the devices we use within the cloud.
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