Are You Introducing Vulnerabilities into Access Control Installations?
“Hacked in 60 Seconds” session
Nov. 21, 2019, 12:15 – 1 p.m
ISC East, Javits Center, New York
Why use the most advanced readers and credentials in an access control system, only to introduce a vulnerability at the connection?
Hackers have shown the ability to exploit Weigand devices and extract data; in fact, at a recurring ISC educational session, attendees can see for themselves how easy it is to do. Check out “Hacked in 60 Seconds” – an educational session at ISC East presented by Tony Diodato, CTO of Cypress Integration Solutions, and ethical “whitehat” hacker Babak Javadi of the CORE Group security auditors.
In this session, you will see how easily the Wiegand legacy connection can be hacked, find out how SIA’s OSDP standard secures the connection, and learn how OSDP delivers a host of other benefits, saving time and money.
Recommended for dealers, installers, integrators, specifiers, consultants, access control manufacturers, and corporate security professionals.Register for the session (link to https://www.isceast.com/en/Sessions/80587/Hacked-in-60-Seconds-How-Legacy-Wiegand-Exposes-Modern-Access-Control)
Learn more about OSDP and Cypress OSDP converters (link to https://CypressIntegration.com/OSDP)