While there are a number of gadgets associated with cracking through a business's defenses, your physical penetration tester may be using some of these unusual tools to get the job done rather simply.
Not every physical penetration testing engagement plays out like an Ocean's 11 movie, and depending on your business, and your tester, your engagement may require a different set of tools.
Physical penetration testers Phil Grimes and Meaghann Lees cover some unique items they've used in past engagements – real world, practical tools that helped them gain access to restricted areas.
In this webinar, we talk about...
- a brief overview of some unorthodox physical pen testing tools
- the reasoning behind choosing certain tools & the types of attacks in which they're used
- the stories of four unique tools used to gain access
- a "no tools" engagement
Date: Tuesday, September 15th, 1pm CT
Join us for a valuable 45 minutes that will show you just how simple it may be to physically penetrate your business's walls.
Phil Grimes, Director of TradeCraft Labs, uses his extensive knowledge of the digital world (and how to break it) to deliver comprehensive security assessments and penetration services. With hands-on experience dismantling systems and identifying weaknesses in application, physical, digital and mobile security, Phil is a valuable ally for domestic and global organizations. A sought after speaker, Phil has shared his expertise with OWASP and ISSA as well as at several security and technology conferences.
Meaghann Lees, Security Consultant with RedLegg’s TradeCraft Labs, is a penetration tester who has worked in and around technology since 2000, when she started at her first college help desk. With a broad educational and professional background that includes her B.A. in Medieval and Renaissance Studies and roles in libraries, retail, and the insurance industry, Meaghann brings a unique perspective and nuance to an engagement. Her experience in network security and incident response gives her valuable insight to typical defender tactics and corporate infrastructure. Passionately interested in privacy and human rights, she has worked on projects involving marginalized groups seeking information security guidance. Her free time is spent with her family and kids enjoying the outdoors.