Context’s Fatih Ozavci, Principal Managing Consultant, will be speaking at the upcoming 15th annual AusCERT Information Security Conference from 23-27 May, on the Gold Coast in Queensland.
Fatih will be presenting on ‘IoT Hacking for Offence and Defence’. Enterprise companies are increasingly using consumer and Internet of Things (IoT) devices to complete their services, but these devices are susceptible to hardware hacking based attacks. His presentation will focus on how existing security testing techniques should be evolved, and how service providers can make their infrastructure secure for cutting-edge attacks. A security testing approach will also be explained to develop new security testing services and to improve existing ones, such as red teaming, human factor pen-testing and infrastructure pen-testing.
During the conference, Fatih will also be giving a tutorial on ‘Offensive Security Testing of Mobile Applications’. With mobile applications and services now playing a key role in enterprise communications as well as financial and subscriber services, this tutorial will focus on mobile applications security testing with practical exercises to highlight mobile security vulnerabilities of applications and designs.
Fatih Ozavci is part of Context’s Asia Pacific Assurance team based in our Melbourne office, and plays a leading role in our security research and penetration testing engagements. He is currently working on mobility security and IoT security research to discover additional attack vectors for all types of communications. Fatih has previously presented at key industry events including Blackhat USA, Defcon, HITB Singapore, Blackhat Europe and Ruxcon.
The AusCERT Conference is the largest security conference in Australia, each year attracting around 1000 participants. The conference is an opportunity to discuss IT security issues and see the latest in IT security products and services. AusCERT is the premier Cyber Emergency Response Team for Australia and provides computer information security advice to the Australian public. It is a not-for-profit security group based at the University of Queensland.
Fatih Ozavci's presentation at AusCERT is also now available to watch online.