— Denis Makrushin (@difezza) 15 сентября 2016 г.
The concept of a smart city involves bringing together various modern technologies and solutions that can ensure comfortable and convenient provision of services to people, public safety, efficient consumption of resources, etc. However, something that often goes under the radar of enthusiasts championing the smart city concept is the security of smart city components themselves. The truth is that a smart city’s infrastructure develops faster than security tools do, leaving ample room for the activities of both curious researchers and cybercriminals.
— Denis Makrushin (@difezza) 5 сентября 2016 г.
The data obtained by Honeypot sensors requires manual analysis and interpretation, and in most cases cannot be used in automated tools to identify the threat in other segments of the network. It is necessary to create and demonstrate a set of data that can be used as indicators of compromise (IoC) and which is received in an automated mode. The use of this data by other automated tools should not lead to false positives.
It’s been one full year since the end of the practical information security forum held in India. I realize that the country and the event will forever stay in my memory and some of the other participants will remember them, too. We’ve had it all: pursuits, quardocopters, motorbiking accidents, an Indian hospital, meditation and information security.