Lots of Smoke – PSW #635
Jeff Spielberg is a managing partner of River Loop Security. An electrical engineer by training, his primary cybersecurity interests and research focus on low-level hardware reverse engineering on embedded devices. He has performed security penetration testing on a wide array of embedded devices and often works on secure design and architecture projects for critical embedded and IoT applications.
Ryan is a managing partner of River Loop Security and has assessed a wide range of embedded devices, finding vulnerabilities by physical attacks, network access, firmware reversing, and other techniques. He has led design of remediations or new systems, frequently focusing on their cryptographic protocols and protections. Ryan is also known for his research on the security of radio protocols, including IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee and maintenance of the KillerBee framework frequently used to assess these protocols.
Bill has devoted his career to protecting critical infrastructure and Fortune100 companies from advanced cyber threats. He brings direct experience with being on the front lines, and an in-depth understanding of the challenges our customers are faced with — and what problems they are wanting to solve. Bill has a proven track record of creating, developing, and managing strong technical teams needed to provide Incident Response, Digital Forensics, Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, and Policy enforcement for large (Fortune 150) corporations such as CenturyLink and Sprint.
Trent is a seasoned security professional with a distinguished career defending a Tier 1 Network from skillful adversaries. His versatile background in both offense and defense has helped him architect visionary security solutions that are deployed within numerous Fortune 500 Companies. He is an established Security Researcher who has reported vulnerabilities in organizations like Microsoft, Google and Southwest Airlines. He is also the creator of ‘OvRfLoW’ (Microsoft Flow Attack Framework). Trent is a key contributor to Government Cyber Exercises like Cyber Shield and Cyber Storm. He has also built relationships on Threat Intelligence Sharing by speaking at the Network Security Information Exchanges (NSIE,) National Defense Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ND-ISAC) and Multilateral Network Security Information Exchanges (MNSIE.) Trent has worked with industry partners and government agencies to dismantle botnets like “3ve” and “themoon”.