|PRESENTER:||Ruben Santamarta, Principal Security Consultant|
|PRESENTATION:||Vulnerable Components in Critical Infrastructure|
|LOCATION:||Parador de San Marcos, Plaza de San Marcos, 7, León, Spain|
|DATE & TIME:||Wednesday October 23, 2013 at 11:45am|
In this presentation, Ruben will provide the audience with a detailed explanation of the technical approaches required to measure and identify components that may put critical infrastructures at risk.
About Ruben Santamarta
Ruben Santamarta is a Security Researcher for IOActive, specializing in offensive security, he is currently focused on the ICS security field, reporting, and releasing flaws on industrial software and hardware. He has discovered dozens of vulnerabilities on products from leading companies such as Microsoft, Apple, and Oracle. One of his recent successes was presenting a way to remotely hack into the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. He recently was a featured presenter at AppSec DC and Black Hat USA 2012.
ENISE has established itself as a reference event for the Spanish information security industry. The aim of the 4th ENISE is to become an important meeting for the main players in the ICT security sector (industry, R&D, public administrations, users, etc.), both in the EU and in Latin America.
IOActive is a comprehensive, high-end information security services firm with a long and established pedigree in delivering elite security services to its customers. Our world-renowned consulting and research teams deliver a portfolio of specialist security services ranging from penetration testing and application code assessment through to semiconductor reverse engineering. Global 500 companies across every industry continue to trust IOActive with their most critical and sensitive security issues. Founded in 1998, IOActive is headquartered in Seattle, USA, with global operations through the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pac regions. Visit www.ioactive.com for more information.