2016 Symposium Posters

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Anatomy of IoT Malware: A Practical Case Study


Primary Investigator:
Research Independant

Project Members
Robert Haverkos
The purpose of this study is to identify key differences, if any exist, between malware that targets IoT (Internet-of-Things) devices and more traditional computing environments such as PCs and smartphones. This is being done by way of an observational case study of a malicious code sample with a focus on high level qualitative constructs. The observation will be conducted primarily through static analysis of the source code of the malicious program. The goal of this study is to present the findings in a way that is accessible to a wider range of stakeholders in the IoT sphere.

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