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Recognized globally for his ability to identify vulnerabilities in consumer products, Dr. Charlie Miller is "one of the most technically proficient hackers on Earth", according to Foreign Policy.com.
Currently the head of autonomous vehicle security at Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride sharing company, Dr. Miller has made waves within the field of automotive security for his work alongside research partner, Chris Valasek.
Dr. Miller previously helped secure Uber’s self-driving car fleet. Before that he served on Twitter’s computer security team after five years as a computer hacker for the National Security Agency. The 4-time winner of the “Super Bowl” of computer hacking, the annual Pwn2Own competition, Dr. Miller has publicly demonstrated many security exploits, specifically of Apple products and is the first person to remotely hack the iPhone, as well as the Android smartphone (on the day it was released).
He is the co-author of three books, including iOS Hacker’' Handbook, and has been featured in a range of media outlets, including NBC, ABC, CNN, NPR, CNBC, The New York Times, USA Today and Forbes.
The Hacker News Show
There is a constant flood of infosec related news stories showering us on a daily basis. These include things like new vulnerability announcements, new breaches, new hacking techniques. It is easy to panic and fall into a trap of inaction due to information overload on this topic. In come a couple of the world’s best computer hackers to distill this fire hose into the most important topics and what you need to know. They will dispel the magic of the latest vulnerability and tell you what you need to know, since they have a history of being the subject of these types of stories. They will explain the latest breaches and how it actually happened, so that you can learn from it and make sure it doesn’t happen to you. Don’t rely on the pundits, instead hear from experts who aren’t trying to get you to click on their articles so that you can make sense of the current and ever changing information security landscape.
Internet of Things vs. The Security of Things
The headlines talk about your light bulbs and toothbrushes getting hacked. What the heck is going on, this is not the future we were promised. Luckily, you can hear from a couple of experts who have hacked everything from computers, to phones, to laptop batteries, and even a car once. Incorporating stories from their research, they’ll talk about what makes IoT devices so different from normal computers and why they are uniquely vulnerable. However, it is not all doom and gloom. They will also describe why we shouldn’t necessarily be too scared about IoT security and why we can safely keep iterating and advancing technology moving forward without fear of a cyber apocalypse.
Hacking For Good
Since the days of movies like War Games and Hackers, computer hackers have been in the social conscience but today hackers are even more feared and perhaps misunderstood. Meet a couple of the worlds most feared computer hackers. However, they aren’t feared by people who think they might steal their banking information. No, these are good guy hackers who point out flaws in the software and hardware we all use every day. They are feared by leading companies like Apple, Google, and even companies like Fiat Chrysler. They’ll explain why all the computers and devices we use are inherently vulnerable to attack and what we can do to protect ourselves. Utilizing a casual style and relying on stories of when they hacked cars, computers, or the time they could hack your phone just by getting near it, you’ll learn why these guys spend time looking for vulnerabilities and writing exploits and how it ultimately helps to protect us all.
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