Phil Eveleigh is presenting: The Office of Danger: a choose your own adventure story!
This session will put the audience in the driving seat of a real-life social engineering engagement against a high security office building in central London.
Each slide will present the audience with a choice, that must be made quickly to avoid detection and reach their target. The choices the audience make leads the story in various directions, unlocking new areas of the office and achieving different objectives.
So, what will you do?
- Head for the stairs or the elevator?
- Sweet talk the receptionist, or try and blend in with the crowd?
- Run as quickly as you can from Security, or hide in the toilet?
Each slide presents the audience with 2 options to take each adventure in a unique direction, with over 30 different choices to be made over a 2-day engagement, resulting in a different and unique presentation each time!
This is the first of its kind talk, which puts you in the driving seat and shows the level of quick thinking that is needed to avoid detection and reach your targets!
Andrew Tierney is presenting: I’m the Captain Now!
When I first watched Hackers in 1998, the idea of being able to remotely control ships seemed rather fanciful. After working on container ships as an engineer in the mid-2000s, it seemed every more unlikely. We didn’t have a full-time Internet connection and all the vital systems were truly air-gapped. But things have changed – ships are becoming more and more connected and complex.
As a result, 15 years later, I found myself sat in my pants on the sofa with the ability to control the steering on one of the world’s largest cruise ships. We’ve been able to brick every PLC across tens of oil rigs, pay for food as the captain, and write rude words on the side of the ship.
To get to this point, we had to go on a learning voyage across tens of different vessels, including offshore support tugs, super yachts, oil rigs and container ships. Join me on a whistle stop tour of what’s on a ship, how it’s all connected together, what threats there are and how we find the vulnerabilities. Lots of little tips and tricks that can help anyone examine industrial control systems, understand how they work, and then have a lot of fun with them!
Register here https://44con.com/product/44con-2022-ticket/