Webinar: IoT Hacking 101 – Firmware Funhouse

Register Now for a Virtual IoT Village
with a Hands-On Firmware Hacking Lab!

Every device imaginable now has Internet access. IoT promises to bring supply chain efficiency, decreased maintenance downtime, home conveniences, and much more. There’s a lot of power being bestowed upon them. And with great power… comes great vulnerabilities. Every device large and small needs an operating environment. In the IoT world of embedded systems, that’s called firmware. But what is it, how do we hack it and what are the impacts in your organization and on your careers? Join Village IDIOT Labs for some IoT Hacking 101 goodness in this FREE EH-Net Live! webinar on Thurs April 23, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT. Join us live to receive certificates for easy submission of CPEs!

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EH-Net Live! - April 2020 - IoT Hacking 101 - Firmware Funhouse - Village IDIOT Labs


Agenda for “IoT Hacking 101 – Firmware Funhouse“:

EH-Net Live! - April 2020 - IoT Hacking 101 - Firmware Funhouse - IoT Village LogoNote: Subject to Change
  • Intro by Don Donzal, EH-Net Editor-in-Chief
  • Bio – Village IDIOT Labs
  • Presentation
    • A Brief History of IoT, Hacking and IoT Hacking
    • What is Firmware?
    • Where to Get It & What To Do with It
    • Live Demos
    • Career Aspects
    • Resources
  • Q&A
  • Post Game on EH-Net

Although this is a free event, registration is required. Our virtual doors to the webinar open 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues!


EH-Net Live! April 2020 – Guest Bio

Village ID/IOT Labs is a Canadian registered Non-Profit Organization (NPO) and was founded on these three simple pillars:

  1. To promote awareness of security vulnerabilities and defenses against such vulnerabilities
  2. To advance education by providing workshops, seminars and training programs on existing, new and emerging security topics
  3. To conduct research and development in the pursuit of responsible disclosure through security vulnerability discovery

Village IDIOT Labs partners with ISE in delivering numerous IoT Villages and have given labs like “IoT Hacking 101” and others at RSA, DEFCON and many other events.

Ways to find Village IDIOT Labs:

EH-Net Live! - April 2020 - IoT Hacking 101 - Village IDIOT Labs Logo

For videos and slide decks of all of our previous webinars, see the EH-Net Live! Archive.

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    • #175558
      Don Donzal
      Keymaster

      Register Now for a Virtual IoT Village
      with a Hands-On Firmware Hacking Lab!

      Every device imaginable now has Internet access. IoT promises to bring supply chain efficiency, decreased maintenance downtime, home conveniences, and much more. There’s a lot of power being bestowed upon them. And with great power… comes great vulnerabilities. Every device large and small needs an operating environment. In the IoT world of embedded systems, that’s called firmware. But what is it, how do we hack it and what are the impacts in your organization and on your careers? Join Village IDIOT Labs for some IoT Hacking 101 goodness in this FREE EH-Net Live! webinar on Tues March 31, 2020 at 1:00 PM EST. Join us live to receive certificates for easy submission of CPEs!

      [See the full article at: Webinar: IoT Hacking 101 – Firmware Funhouse]

    • #175625
      haithamalany
      Participant

      I didn’t receive my certificate of attendance!

    • #175626
      olajidebunmi
      Participant

      i didnot receive my certificate of attendance

    • #175636
      Don Donzal
      Keymaster

      Certificates of Attendence are sent to attendees of the live event a few hours after completing the presentation. This is handled by GoToWebinar directly and not us, so please be patient. It uses the name you entered when you registered and can’t be changed. Most attendees that we ask report getting them, but there are a few that report not receiving them at all (not even in their junk folders). It’s automated by GTW, and I’m not exactly sure how they determine if someone “attended” or not. Unfortunately, this is out of our hands as GTW gives us no options other than a simple checkbox to select the feature. There’s no way for us to change a name, resend certificates or add someone to the “attended” list.

      We add this feature as something nice to have. It’s not actually required to submit CPEs, but we do realize it can make the process easier.

      Thanks in advance for understanding,
      Don

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