DC612 brings you:
“Many threat vectors have been assessed in the medical device world, but there is no available work on extortion as a threat vector. By mapping the extortion attack surface area of a given medical device, understanding the threat actors, and looking into how the exploits would happen, I made a tool to help understand the problem better. My hope is that a medical device company would use this information to roll extortion threat assessment into their existing safety evaluations.” – Judd Larson
So, never wanting to miss a cool talk, we decided to hold two – count ’em – two meetings this month!
The next meeting will be September 26th, at 6PM once again at the Wilde Roast in Minneapolis. It definitely fit our needs last time, so we plan on being there for the foreseeable future – Our October meeting will still take place at the beginning of the month, and we plan to be at the Wilde Roast for that one as well.
See you all there!