Margaret Carleton

Senior Researcher, Senrio

Margaret heads the Senrio research team, focusing on product security and development. She brings strong embedded device research capabilities to the team. After graduating from MIT, she worked as a software security analyst in the DC area. Most recently, she was conducting embedded device security research at Draper Laboratory in Massachusetts before joining the Senrio team.

Session Details

Tuesday, June 19 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM 253 AB (Security of Things Forum)

s903 - Lateral Attacks Between Connected Devices In Action

While popular media has focused on threats like botnets of compromised cameras, the bigger risk from IoT devices is of lateral attacks between IoT devices - consumer, industrial or both. This requires increased awareness on the part of organizations of all sizes. IoT devices are segmented from business networks and considered untrustworthy. But if they are risky, why do we trust them on a network at all? Using critical vulnerabilities in popular devices, we will demonstrate the threat posed by lateral attacks, illustrating that segmentation alone is an insufficient defense.

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