Invisible, inaudible, and ignored, your devices are currently screaming out large amounts of information about you, your habits, your pattern of life to anyone who cares to listen. ‘Stephen’, who hails from the South Pacific and exported to the financial services sector in Singapore, presented at #BSidesPerth to demonstrate how to listen in, what is commonly being broadcast, what can be done with this information, and how you can minimise the risks.
ACMA Spectrum Plan is available via https://www.acma.gov.au/theacma/australian-radiofrequency-spectrum-plan-spectrum-planning-acma
Transport For London WiFi pilot original was here (PDF): http://content.tfl.gov.uk/review-tfl-wifi-pilot.pdf
Excerpted page 20 from the report as slide 12: https://obvi.us/presentation/rf-sig/#s12
List of places a car had shown up in Singapore: https://obvi.us/presentation/rf-sig/#s19
For a link to Stephen’s website visit https://obvi.us
BSides Perth attracted over 300 delegates, including kids and families, to UWA Business School and along with t-shirts, beanies and tool kits, delegates also received a cool and unique handmade conference badge, using a NodeMCU ESP8266 WiFi SoC.
Security BSides (commonly referred to as BSides) is a hacker convention, held amongst a growing eco-system of events in Australia and New Zealand that provide a community driven framework for information security conferences.
BSides was co-founded by Mike Dahn, Jack Daniel, and Chris Nickerson in 2009. Due to overwhelming number of presentation submissions to Black Hat USA in 2009, the rejected presentations were presented to a smaller group of individuals – these became known as the BSides.