Live Webcast: From Hollywood to Real Life – The Threat of Drones
This ICE71 Expert Series webcast will cover the whole gamut of security within the context of drones. Drones can be hacked into, hardened and used for offensive engagements in red teams, pen testing, contraband deliveries to prisons and even terrorism. It strings together the areas of InfoSec and Physical-Kinetics into one crazy, hovering laptop. This is a primer into understanding all forms of Drone Security, including forensics and incident response, counter-drone measures and threat intelligence to predict and prevent nefarious drone use against civilians.
What you’ll learn:
You will walk away with a good understanding of malicious innovation in the field and how incidents have shaped the drone, construction and law enforcement industry. You will understand the basics of how drones work and communicate, and how that makes them vulnerable to traditional cybersecurity attack vectors. You will understand how different counter-drone systems work and why they are all so unique; including those that use cybersecurity to defend against rogue drone systems.
Who should attend:
- Cybersecurity enthusiasts and professionals looking to understand IoT
- Technologists and executives looking to understand interconnected and unmanned systems
- Students looking for new, niche or ground-breaking technology avenues of work
- Industry or corporates that have a drone program, or face drone threat problems
About the speaker:
Mike Monnik, CTO, DroneSec
Mike is the CTO at DroneSec, a cyber-UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) security and intelligence firm based in Melbourne, Australia. Mike has a background in unmanned offensive and defensive security operations including red teaming, cybersecurity and incident response. Mike has led tabletop exercises for the Commonwealth Games and used drones in simulations against critical infrastructure, government and private clients. In his spare time, Mike sits on the Deakin University SIT Advisory Board, co-runs the Melbourne SecTalks Chapter and takes part in Missing Persons cases for non-profits.
DroneSec provides operational drone security and threat intelligence services to organisations managing a drone program, protecting environments or responding to drone incidents.