Discussions via Area- Rising And Growing The Blockchain Ecosystem In New JerseyApril 11, 2023
BlockchainApril 12, 2023
DeFi (Decentralized Finance) is moving billions of dollars around the world and growing in popularity, innovative solutions are being built and many people are making a lot money which is then pumped into more crypto projects with no ceiling in sight. But, it’s not everything shining in DeFi world, many hacks with millions dollars lost and people losing their crypto forever because of cyber security problems.
In this talk we will take an overview at common problems and challenges, lastly offering some possible solutions to make DeFi more secure.
Cesar Cerrudo is Chief Technology Officer for IOActive Labs, where he leads the team in producing ongoing, cutting-edge research in areas including Industrial Control Systems/SCADA, Smart Cities, the Internet of Things, and software and mobile device security. Cesar is a world-renowned security researcher and specialist in application security.
Throughout his career, Cesar is credited with discovering and helping to eliminate dozens of vulnerabilities in leading applications including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle database server, IBM DB2, Microsoft Windows, Yahoo! Messenger, and Twitter, to name a few. He has a record of finding more than 50 vulnerabilities in Microsoft products including 20 in Microsoft Windows operating systems. Based on his unique research, Cesar has authored white papers on database and application security as well as attacks and exploitation techniques. He has presented at a variety of company events and conferences around the world including Microsoft, Black Hat, Bellua, CanSecWest, EuSecWest, WebSec, HITB, Microsoft BlueHat, EkoParty, FRHACK, H2HC, Infiltrate, 8.8, Hackito Ergo Sum, NcN, Segurinfo, RSA, and DEF CON.
He recently started Securing Smart Cities (http://www.securingsmartcities.org), a non profit initiative to make cities around the world safer.
Cesar collaborates with and is regularly quoted in print and online publications. His research has been covered by Wired, Bloomberg Businessweek, TIME, The Guardian, CNN, NBC, BBC, Fox News, The New York Times, New Scientist, Washington Post, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, and so on.