Access Control - How to protect legacy systems from common vulnerabilities
Access control infrastructure is purpose-built to be operated for a long time. As access control has incorporated more and more networking services it has also encountered previously unexperienced vulnerabilities associated with the use of these services and the underlying networks. This means that under the best of circumstances there are legacy access control systems that are in operation today in 2019 which risk exposing vulnerable devices to network attack.
This webinar will discuss strategies and solutions available to protect those legacy systems by leveraging modern network hardware and services.
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DATE: July 17, 2019
TIME: 2:00PM CT - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Rodney Thaeyr is a network infrastructure consultant with a practice focusing on physical security. He advises on the design, deployment, troubleshooting, and validation of network-connected physical security systems used for access, monitoring, and intrusion detection. He has decades of experience in software development with embedded systems, network protocols, and cryptography. He has implementation experience with a variety of crypto-based protocols including TLS. He participates in standards development focusing on the use of certificates and related cryptographic schemes. He is the maintainer of the libosdp open source implementation of SIA's OSDP protocol. He is a member of the ASIS IT Security Council and has contributed to several IETF RFCs.
In addition to consulting he has written articles and product reviews and presented at conferences and delivered training courses for RSA, Black Hat, ISC West, ASIS, and Cloud+. His current areas of research include network stress testing of IoT devices, digital certificates & dual-key cryptography, and encrypted communications using TLS. He consults on the implementation of network security controls with a variety of clients from end user organizations through vendor supply chain partners delivering physical security solutions.
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Duration: 1 Hour