Presentation Title Let Me Stuxnet You
Einstein said “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones”. This statement is as true today as it was then, and Stuxnet was only the first round.
This presentation discusses the different Permanent Denial-of-Service attacks against hardware such as Phlashing, Overclocking, Overvolting, Overusing and Power Cycling. We will provide real life examples and scenarios (using standard, default applications when possible) of attacks against hardware such as hard-drives, CPU, RAM, GPU, flash memory and legacy hardware such as CRT monitors, floppy disk drives and Motorola 6800/6900 as well.
About Itzik Kotler
Itzik Kotler brings more than ten years of technical experience in the software, telecommunications and security industries. Early in his career, Itzik worked at several start-up companies as a Security Researcher. Prior to joining Security Art, Itzik worked for Radware (NASDQ: RDWR), where he managed the Security Operation Center (SOC), a vulnerability research center that develops update signatures and new techniques to defend known and undisclosed application vulnerabilities. Itzik has published several security research articles, and is a frequent speaker at industry events including Black Hat, RSA, and DEFCON.