Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: CHKP), the largest pure-play security vendor globally, today announced that three sessions will be presented by Check Point cyber security experts at RSA Conference 2015.
Check Point Fellow and IPv6 co-inventor Robert ‘Bob’ Hinden will be presenting about securing critical infrastructure. Cyber attacks on critical infrastructure are on the increase and have become a common concern for organizations and governments across the globe. The continued challenge is to develop critical infrastructure security that evolves alongside the emerging threats.
WHAT: Protecting Critical Infrastructure is Critical with Bob Hinden
WHEN: April 22, 2015 at 9:10 AM PT
WHERE: Moscone Center | West | Room: 3022
Kellman Meghu, Head of Americas Security Architects, deliver a presentation titled “The Day My Kids Brought Home Malware” on RSA TV. Kids are always texting, streaming shows, surfing the web, and all at once. With all of that Internet activity, what type of malware activity is on home networks? Learn how to manage and secure your home network, despite the insecure things kids do on it.
WHAT: The Day My Kids Brought Home Malware with Kellman Meghu
WHEN: April 22, 2015 at 3:30 PM PT
WHERE: Moscone Center | North | Room: 135
The Head of Malware and Security Research, Shahar Tal, and research colleague Lior Oppenheim, will be presenting on “The Internet of TR-069 Things: One Exploit to Rule them All”. TR-069 is the standard remote management protocol that ISPs use to control consumer-premises equipment. This session will explore client-side vulnerabilities; analyze implementations, pour insight into mysterious results from internet-wide scans, and follow to code execution on millions of online devices.
WHAT: The Internet of TR-069 Things: One Exploit to Rule them All with Shahar Tal and Lior Oppenheim
WHEN: April 23, 2015 at 11:30 AM PT
WHERE: Moscone Center | West | Room: 3018
Visit Check Point in booth #1307 in the South Expo, Moscone Center at RSA Conference this week.
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