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Software Defined Radio for Penetration Testing and Analysis

  • Tuesday, May 15, 2018 - 10:00 am Singapore / 12:00 pm Canberra
  • James Leyte-Vidal
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Overview

Software defined radio (SDR) is rapidly becoming a well known term even outside the Information Security industry. From the ability to set off emergency alert systems to emulating car keyfobs and everything in between, SDR is opening a whole new set of doors for penetration testing and security research (in some cases, quite literally!). In this webcast, we'll discuss some of the basics of software defined radio, commonly available market options, and how you can begin to use these tools to explore the airwaves around you.

Speaker Bio

James Leyte-Vidal

James Leyte-Vidal is a team lead in a Fortune 100 company, currently focused on remediation efforts and control monitoring. In his 12 years in information security, James has performed various infosec functions including penetration testing, security assessments, remediation, vulnerability management, security program development and management, and incident response. Prior to his work in security, James worked several years as a Windows sysadmin and in a application support role.

James has spoken publicly and taught for over 20 years, in college classrooms as well as functions within his own company and elsewhere.

James holds the GCIH, GPEN, GWAPT, GAWN, GXPN, GCIA, GCFA, GMOB, GSEC, CISSP, MCSE, and CISA certifications as well as degrees in IT and Psychology. When not teaching or helping to secure his own company, James can usually be found running or taking something apart.

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