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Reverse engineering of PLC communication: Implications cyber forensics and security (Dr. Frank Breitinger)
20.6.2017
On Tuesday, June 21, 2017 at 10 am there will be a research talk given by Dr. Frank Breitinger (University of New Haven, USA) at lab C304.

Abstract: Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are common components implemented across many industries such as manufacturing, water management, travel, aerospace and hospitals to name a few. This presentation shows our findings from reverse engineering the GE-SRTP network protocol using a GE Fanuc Series 90-30 PLC and provide two major contributions: We first describe the Service Request Transport protocol (GE-SRTP) which was invented by General Electric (GE) and is used by many of their Ethernet connected controllers. Second, based on our understanding of the protocol, we implemented a software application that allows direct network-based communication with the PLC (no intermediate server is needed). While the tool's forensic mode is harmless and only allows for reading registers, we discovered that one can manipulate / write to the registers in its default configuration, e.g., turn off the PLC, or manipulate the items / processes it controls.
Created: 15.6.2017 15:27:58
Cisco Networking Academy Summer School
10.7-1.9.2017

Created: 16.5.2017 19:19:59
Information Security Summer School
31.7-11.8.2017
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Faculty of Information Technology BUT offers Information Security Summer School. The summar school is focused on practical skills in the area of information security systems. The classes will take place in FIT labs, Bozetechova 2, Brno from July 31 till August 11, 2017 (10 days).

The summer school is organized as a part of MSc. in Information Systems Security study program taught at Strathmore University, Nairobi with co-operation of FIT BUT Brno. In case of free places, also FIT students can register.

Created: 14.9.2015 09:29:14 Updated: 14.6.2017 16:36:24

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