Shmoocon 2014: vehicle infotainment data forensics

Posted on Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 in security, techniques, Videos by the machinegeek

Courtney Lancaster gave this talk at Shmoocon 2014 outlining the types of information available from vehicle infotainment systems “This talk will take an in-depth look at infotainment technologies and how to forensically acquire the data associated with the functionalities that exist across various manufacturers. Furthermore, we will cover the challenges of conducting digital forensics on an actual car, both physically and logistically.”

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One Response to “Shmoocon 2014: vehicle infotainment data forensics”

  1. scanboostar says:

    Boring presentation lacking the juicy details.

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