Digital Bond Labs appeared at Black Hat Sessions in Ede, Netherlands. We gave a talk on vulnerability inheritance in PLCs, and also discussed some of the challenges associated with removing vulnerable internet-connected control systems from their wide attack surface.
The conference was a well-run one-day event put on by Madison Gurkha. Ede is a fairly small town, but thanks to being in the Netherlands is easily reached by train (or bicycle). BHS has been increasing in size steadily over the years, and this year’s attendance was just shy of 400 total conference-goers. While the keynote talk was in Dutch and thus incomprehensible to me, there were three good technical talks in English, including a talk by ERPScan. S4 alumni may remember ERPScan as the employer of Alexander Bolshev when he gave his excellent HART security research talk in 2014.