A Bunch of Old Farts – PSW #643
This week, we welcome back Gabe Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer at Spirion, to discuss How attackers will change their strategy to target those working from home! In our second segment, we welcome Bianca Lewis, Founder, and CEO of Girls Who Hack, to discuss Girls Who Hack, teaching classes to middle school girls on hacking, and Secure Open Vote, open-source election system that is in the design stages! In the final segment, we air a pre-recorded interview with Dorit Naparstek, director of R&D at NanoLock Security, to discuss Hacks performed on connected & IoT devices, and revealing major vulnerabilities in existing security measures!
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COVID-19, among other things, has deemed it necessary for many to work from home. There are several security concerns that need to be raised, such as those who work from home still require access to data and services. How many will store sensitive information on their personal computers? How will attackers change their strategy to target those working from home? Tune in to this segment for the full discussion!
As Spirion’s Chief Innovation Officer, Gabriel imagines and create technology that pushes data security technology forward in an increasingly complex digital world. Responsible for seeing where data security is going next and ensuring that organizations of all sizes are able to get there. With a 18+ year tenure in CyberSecurity, he has spent most of that time as a security practitioner, aligning security innovations with business objectives for Fortune 100 organizations, today Gabe is responsible for spearheading innovation across the organization through thought and product leadership.
Girls Who Hack teaches classes primarily to middle school girls on hacking and making. Secure Open Vote is an end to end, open source election system that is in the design stages.
Bianca Lewis is a 13 year old hacker and maker as well as an international speaker. She spoke on election security at DefCamp in Romania, she was the youngest speaker at H.O.P.E. and has spoken multiple times at DEF CON; Speaking in the Voting Village, Bio Hacking Village and the r00tz Asylum kids con. She received national attention when she hacked the voting reporting system at DEFCON 26, this work was recently highlighted at the U.S. Congressional Hearing on Election Security. She has built a CTF for the DEF CON Blue Team Village that remains unsolved and flags for numerous CTFs including the Global Cyber Olympics. BiaSciLab is also the Founder and CEO of Girls Who Hack, an organization focused on teaching girls the skills of hacking so that they can change the future. She has also started Secure Open Vote and is building an end to end election system. BiaSciLab enjoys inventing things, giving talks and teaching classes on making, programming and hacking. Follow her on twitter @BiaSciLab @GirlsWhoHack @SecureOpenVote or check out her websites www.BiaSciLab.com www.GirlsWhoHack.com www.SecureOpenVote.com
Hacks performed on connected & IoT devices, such as routers, security cameras, smart meters, etc. are increasingly common, and revealing major vulnerabilities in existing security measure. This vicious cycle of hack & patch can be broken by adopting a new approach that introduces the role of flash memory in securing devices.
Dorit Naparstek is the director of R&D at NanoLock Security. With more than 19 years of R&D experience, Dorit has led R&D teams in global companies, such as Nice systems, HP, and Cellebrite. Dorit was also the co-Founder and VP R&D of Cardygen and is the co-owner of 3 patents. Dorit holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and computer science from Tel-Aviv University.