Embedded devices are everywhere. They help provide us with healthcare, monitor the security of our homes, assist us in driving our vehicles, and participate in many of the other tasks of daily living. In these roles, embedded devices collect large amounts
- [Instructor] Embedded devices are everywhere.…They help provide us with healthcare,…monitor the security of our homes,…assist us in driving our vehicles,…and participate in many of the other tasks of daily living.…In these roles,…embedded devices collect large amounts of information…that may be valuable in forensic investigations.…Embedded devices are special-purpose computer systems…found inside of many of the objects…that we use in daily life,…as well as in industrial settings.…
They contain both hardware and software…that help that device function.…In many cases, they connect to a cloud service…that provides data storage and added functionality.…Cars are a great example of embedded devices in action.…Modern cars contain dozens or even hundreds…of embedded systems,…each designed to perform a unique purpose.…Some of these embedded systems are simple,…perhaps regulating the vehicle's climate control system.…Others are more sophisticated,…powering the car's GPS navigation.…
These embedded systems contain a wealth of information…
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- Identifying and classifying security incidents
- Determining incident severity
- Building an incident response program
- Notification, mitigation, recording, and reporting
- Incident symptoms
- Conducting forensic investigations
- Password, network, software, and device forensics
Skill Level Intermediate
Insights from a Cybersecurity Professionalwith Mike Chapple32m 15s Intermediate
1. Assessing Incidents
Threat classification4m 5s
2. Incident Response Process
3. Incident Symptoms
4. Forensic Investigations
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