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    Cars CAN be secure or: How to stop worrying and make ICS unhackable for <$5, presented by Brent Stone

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    Part of the AvengerCon V presentations cleared for public release: Bit smashing transceivers are a cost effective method for making multicast industrial control systems (ICS) practically un-hackable. For passenger vehicles, manufacturing robotics, medical devices, and other industries using multicast ICS protocols like the Controller Area Network (CAN), this includes stopping denial of service attacks which are commonly thought to be unstoppable. Low-cost bit smashing transceivers are already on the market. This talk is intended to inform and be a call to action for manufacturers to adopt this technology into their products.Brent introduces the concepts of a network's physical and data link layer, bit smashing, and the CAN multicast ICS. Then, he explains how using bit smashing transceivers effectively creates a 'perfect' intrusion detection and prevention system for multicast ICS.

    AvengerCon is a free security event hosted every fall by Maryland Innovation and Security Institute to benefit the hackers of the U.S. Cyber Command community and the U.S. Army 780th Military Intelligence Brigade. The event is open to all service members and employees of U.S. Cyber Command and Department of Defense personnel supporting cyberspace missions. AvengerCon features presentations, hacker villages, training workshops, and much more.

    The event is open to all service members and employees of U.S. Cyber Command and Department of Defense, and related partners supporting cyberspace missions.

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 12.01.2020
    Date Posted: 10.20.2022 14:41
    Category: Series
    Video ID: 861462
    VIRIN: 201201-O-PX639-836
    Filename: DOD_109279041
    Length: 00:38:39
    Location: US

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