This talk describes the process of designing and building a secure remote access device which can be plugged into servers and other devices, using off the shelf hobby hardware. We will cover:
The talk will have some thing for everyone, red teamers, blue teamers, network security folks and software developers can all learn from our experience in building this device because security had to be considered in every layer of the process.
Tim is a software developer with a keen interest in security. Many years ago he founded an internet security business, then got distracted by VoIP for a few years. Recently he’s combined the two and has built a secure software stack for cameras and other IoT devices based on a proprietary implementation of the webRTC standard and patented authentication methods. (which he mis-used to host robot football games in his living room during lockdown).
He’s a frequent speaker at IoT, WebRTC and security events. He’s a fan of B-sides as a great place to learn about the world of computer security.