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June 20 - 22 - Tokyo, Japan
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Friday, June 22 • 15:15 - 15:55
Binary Scanning: The First Line of Defense Against Security Breaches - Tae-Jin (TJ) Kang, Insignary

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We are witnesses of an automotive revolution. Software advancements in the auto industry have transformed not only our method of transportation, but also our means of communication and consumption. At the core of these technological developments is open source software (OSS), which comprises, on average, 23% of automotive commercial applications. But innovation is outpacing security, as known OSS vulnerabilities hide in software code, enabling cyberattacks, as shown by Tesla Model S, which contained a 4-year-old vulnerability that could allow hackers to cut the motor. In this session, TJ Kang will discuss why new binary code scanners must be first line of defense against security breaches. By scanning the binary without source code or reverse engineering, users can expend minimum resources while gaining OSS visibility, preventing lawsuits, and strengthening the cyber supply chain.

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Tae-Jin (TJ) Kang

President & CEO, Insignary
TJ Kang is an experienced IT professional whose career spans from being a start-up founder to an executive at some of the largest companies in the world. In 1999, he co-founded ThinkFree with the mission of delivering desktop software as a free internet service. In a 2001 magazine... Read More →



Friday June 22, 2018 15:15 - 15:55
Hall B-1

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