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How IoT Enabled a DDoS, and How to Avoid Being Part of It

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The Mirai botnet was one of a kind: tying up connected ‘IoT’ devices into a botnet that was used to take down a service provider to some major websites. The facts about this are well known, the tactic of using IoT devices in a botnet to launch a DDoS attack produced some of the strongest attacks ever recorded.

In this webinar, we will look at the increase in size of DDoS attacks using consumer devices, how you can avoid getting tied up in a botnet and how to know whether your device is vulnerable to ‘enslavement’ in a botnet.

In this webinar we will:

  • Look at what happened in the case of Mirai, and how the IoT became poisoned
  • Consider how DDoS attacks were able to take place because of unchanged user credentials
  • Learn how to remove yourself from a botnet
  • Discuss learnings about the power of connected devices  

Speakers

Tom Bienkowski

Director of Product Marketing, Arbor Networks

    John Kupcinski

    ICIT Contributor and the Director of Federal Advisory, KPMG

      Robert Miller

      Security Consultant, MWR InfoSecurity

        Dan  Raywood

        Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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