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Srujan: Safer Networks for Smart Homes

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  • Srujan: Safer Networks for Smart Homes

    Saturday from 10:00 – 11:50 in Sunset 4 at Planet Hollywood
    Audience: Defense, Network, Hardware, IOT Security Sanket Karpe & Parmanand Mishra

    Srujan is a new type of network segregation system, based on Raspberry Pi, that can be easily deployed on home networks. It allows home users to segregate the devices connecting to their home networks based on the threat profile. User can keep their smart home devices separate from their computers and mobile devices to mitigate risk of cross infection from low-trust devices like smart cameras, speakers and thermostats. Srujan was created to address the challenges around the plethora of IOT devices being deployed in smart homes that are vulnerable and do not receive patches. Srujan can intelligently segregate the home network into different zones based on the device type. It automatically identifies and alerts users when the IOT devices attempt to contact any IP or domain which has been blacklisted by Google Safe Browsing.

    Srujan provides the following features:

    -- Intelligent segregation of devices based on their type
    -- Ability to create network usage stats for each device
    -- Ability to quarantine untrusted devices
    -- Easy to integrate with SIEM
    -- Ability to lookup IP/Domain against Google Safe Browsing.
    -- Integration with ANWI (All New Wireless IDS)
    -- Prevent call-home pings to manufacturer for enhanced privacy.

    Sanket Karpe
    Sanket Karpe is a security researcher with over decade of experience on reverse engineering malware and incident response. He is currently working as a Manager, Malware Research at Qualys Inc where his primary responsibilities include malware analysis, creating new malware detection techniques and tools development. He is the author for ANWI - All New Wireless IDS and likes to work on various IOT projects in his free time.

    Parmanand Mishra
    Parmanand Mishra is a security enthusiast who is currently working as Senior Malware Researcher at Qualys Inc. He works on malware analysis and adversary simulation based on ATT&CK and loves creating tools on the same. He has spoken at security conferences like c0c0n and goes by Kart1keya on Github.