This session will introduce attendees about various Radio Frequency related attacks and vulnerabilities. It'll start with Introducin about SDR, elementary RF maths, Open-source tools used, and practical examples like GPS Spoofing, and TEMPEST.
RF and IoT Security Researcher
Harshit Agrawal (@harshitnic) is currently working as an RF Security Researcher, Graduate Student at Boston University, and Chair for Media & Technology at IEEE Computer Society - Cybersecurity STC. He is enthusiastic about SIGINT, Drone Pentesting, Network Security, ISR activities, Threat Intel and IoT Security. He presented his research at multiple International Security conferences including Defcon USA, RSAC USA, Cyberweek UAE, HITB Amsterdam, Hack Summit Poland, Nanosec Malaysia, etc. Previously, he was President of the CSI Chapter and Vice President for the Entrepreneurship cell at MIT, where he also headed the team of security enthusiasts, giving him a good insight into cybersecurity and increasing his thirst to explore more in this field. He is a student, developer, programmer, and researcher, he believes in providing something out of the box!
Starts at Saturday October 31 2020, 10:15 AM. The sessions runs for about 1 hour.