Karan Dwivedi

Karan Dwivedi is a security manager at Google. He has over 6 years of experience specializing in digital forensics and incident response. Prior to Google, he was part of the incident response team at Yahoo where he gained experience in responding to the world’s largest breach. He serves as a program committee member of the DFRWS conference and DFIR Reviews publication. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Master's in Information Security in 2016. He owns the blog allthingspwned.com where he provides interviewing advice for security engineers. His articles are provided as a reference by Google's hiring team.

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Clean Forensics: Analyzing network traffic of vacuum bots
Karan Dwivedi

Have you ever wondered how vacuum bots work under the hood? How safe is your home’s floor plan that these bots automatically scan? This talk will walk you through a step-by-step procedure on how you can perform network forensics on vacuum bots all from the comfort of your own home. The audience walks away with not only the awareness of security and privacy issues with vacuum bots but also a method to research on their own.

In the Weeds
Track 1 (UC Conference Rm A)