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Gregory “Junkbond” Carpenter
Cyber Imagineer &
Professional Imaginary Friend
June 8 & 9, 2016
“Security Concerns of Future...
Gregory “Junkbond” Carpenter, CISM
27 Years US Army
Infantry
Intelligence
Medical Service
NSA/CSS
Information Warfare
Supp...
Gregory “Junkbond” Carpenter, CISM
“Reverse Deception:
Organized Cyber Threat
Counterexploitation”
Public Dissemination in Private Capacity: NSA/CSS affiliates acting in a private
capacity and not in connection with their...
Outline
Why, I don’t know – He’s on third…
FDA’s Defect Levels Handbook
- Broccoli, canned tomatoes, and hops
Can contain 204 pest...
Natural Order
"Standard Model of Elementary Particles" by MissMJ - Own work by uploader, PBS NOVA [1],
Fermilab, Office of...
Where is the Human Race Going?
Digital Life in 2025
Experts predict the Internet will become ‘like electricity’ — less vis...
POWER
Scientists
can now
make
lithium-ion
batteries
last a
lifetime
Storage
•One gram of DNA can store
700 terabytes of data.
•That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte
Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of
DNA th...
Air Gapin’
BitWhisper utilizes these
sensors to send commands to
an air-gapped system or siphon
data from it. The differen...
ECC is for ME!
Although hacking air-gapped machines to steal
cryptographic keys has been carried out in past,
This is the ...
WHAT’S HAPPENIN’ IN THE REAL
WORLD?
• SYSTEMS-BASED
NEUROTECHNOLOGY
FOR EMERGING THERAPIES
- NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ILLNESS
• ...
The Nerve of Some People (A Use Case)
Neurological Implications
Scientists Urge Temporary Moratorium
On Human Genome Edits 20 March 2015
A new technology called CRISPR CAS-9 could allow ...
For the first time, scientists have edited DNA in
human embryos, a highly controversial step long
considered off limits.
J...
Processes
HVAC ATTACK
DON’T BUG ME WITH YOUR IOT
Turning the
cockroach into
a 'ROBOT':
Insect
successfully
injected with
DNA nanobots
that unrav...
IOT ARMED AND READY
3-D PRINTERS CAN PRINT 3-D PRINTERS
3D NanoDrip printing technology printed this image at 0.0092 mm.
Backyard BBQ and Biomechanics
Powerful synthetic biology tools
have become democratized,
allowing for much greater
partici...
The Down Side of Being Cool
• Criminals and terrorists with stronger, more powerful, and much
more compact devices could d...
HOW MUCH
GOVERNMENT?
IS TOO MUCH
GOVERNMENT
OR
NOT ENOUGH?
Shirley you can’t be serious?
Artificial Intelligence Machine Gets Testy with Its Programmer
…the AI ends the conversation...
Conclusions,
I think
• Easy to store data in DNA
• Data can be transmitted through Air Gap
• Data can be transported in an...
QUESTIONS?
Gregory Carpenter
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Because of the advancements in prosthetics after the last decade of wars, technology has made advancements beyond those of security. We are using yesterdays security with tomorrow’s technology, and it is not working. New technology allows for in vivo bioanorobotic technology to assist in reestablishing neurological functional continuity, minimizing peripheral neuropathy or establishing the neuro-human-machine interface after an avulsive trauma. The inherent vulnerability within the nano technology allows for exploitation and remote access or even real-time control of a prosthetic or even a persons neurological functioning. Neurostatic controls in these devices are also vulnerable causing malfunctions or unwanted actions out of the control of the user. Nanotechnology can also come equipped with processors, storage and the ability to communicate wirelessly. Some have embedded 3D printers producing segments of DNA or axons to be used as surrogates for malfunctioning or missing ones, can we allow these networks to go unregulated and open in a situation where security must never be compromised?

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Security Concerns of Future Technology Arriving Today - Gregory Carpenter

  1. 1. Gregory “Junkbond” Carpenter Cyber Imagineer & Professional Imaginary Friend June 8 & 9, 2016 “Security Concerns of Future Technology Arriving Today”
  2. 2. Gregory “Junkbond” Carpenter, CISM 27 Years US Army Infantry Intelligence Medical Service NSA/CSS Information Warfare Support Center Military Performer of the Year
  3. 3. Gregory “Junkbond” Carpenter, CISM “Reverse Deception: Organized Cyber Threat Counterexploitation”
  4. 4. Public Dissemination in Private Capacity: NSA/CSS affiliates acting in a private capacity and not in connection with their official duties, may prepare information for public dissemination through non-NSA/CSS forums or media, provided a disclaimer is used, for any documents in which an NSA/CSS affiliation is cited, stating that the views and opinions expressed in the material are those of the author and do not reflect those of NSA/CSS. According to NSA /CSS Policy 1-30
  5. 5. Outline
  6. 6. Why, I don’t know – He’s on third… FDA’s Defect Levels Handbook - Broccoli, canned tomatoes, and hops Can contain 204 pests in your 12-ounce bag “136 insect fragments”—heads, thoraxes, and legs—and even whole insects – 13 “fragments” of rodent excreta in 24-ounce container – No more than 65 fly eggs in 15oz of raisins - fruit juices can contain a maggot for every 250 milliliters – 2,500 aphids per 10 grams of hops – Ground thyme - 925 or more insect fragments per 10 grams – You won’t find more than nine rodent hairs in your 16-ounce box of pasta! – Shredded carrots - 800 or more insect fragments per 10 grams
  7. 7. Natural Order "Standard Model of Elementary Particles" by MissMJ - Own work by uploader, PBS NOVA [1], Fermilab, Office of Science, United States Department of Energy, Particle Data Group. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Standard_Model_of_Elementary_Particles.svg#/media/File: Standard_Model_of_Elementary_Particles.svg Light as a wave & particle Laniakea You are here
  8. 8. Where is the Human Race Going? Digital Life in 2025 Experts predict the Internet will become ‘like electricity’ — less visible, yet more deeply embedded in people’s lives for good and ill
  9. 9. POWER Scientists can now make lithium-ion batteries last a lifetime
  10. 10. Storage •One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. •That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. •To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives.
  11. 11. Air Gapin’ BitWhisper utilizes these sensors to send commands to an air-gapped system or siphon data from it. The different heat patterns generated from the computer is regulated and binary data is modulated into thermal signals. The other adjacent PC in close proximity to the first one uses its built-in thermal sensors to measure the environmental changes. These changes are then sampled, processed, and demodulated into binary data in order to exfiltrate data.
  12. 12. ECC is for ME! Although hacking air-gapped machines to steal cryptographic keys has been carried out in past, This is the first time when such attack have successfully targeted computer running Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) which is a robust key exchange algorithm that is most widely used in everything from securing websites to messages with Transport Layer Security (TLS). This experiment was being carried out through a 15- centimeter thick wall, reinforced with metal studs
  13. 13. WHAT’S HAPPENIN’ IN THE REAL WORLD? • SYSTEMS-BASED NEUROTECHNOLOGY FOR EMERGING THERAPIES - NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ILLNESS • RESTORING ACTIVE MEMORY - NEUROPROSTETICS TO BRIDGE GAPS IN - AN INJURED BRAIN • IN VIVO NANOPLATFORMS - ADAPTABLE NANOPARTICLES • NEURO FUNCTION, ACTIVITY, STRUCTURE, AND TECHNOLOGY VIZUALIZATION & DECODING OF THE BRAIN - MICROPHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS - SUSTAINMENT OF RESIDENT TISSUE • BIOCHRONICITY CELLULAR LANALYSIS OF CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION, GROWTH, METABOLISM, AGING & DEATH
  14. 14. The Nerve of Some People (A Use Case)
  15. 15. Neurological Implications
  16. 16. Scientists Urge Temporary Moratorium On Human Genome Edits 20 March 2015 A new technology called CRISPR CAS-9 could allow scientists to alter the human genetic code for generations. That's causing some leading biologists and bioethicists to sound an alarm. They're calling for a worldwide moratorium on any attempts to alter the code, at least until there's been time for far more research and
  17. 17. For the first time, scientists have edited DNA in human embryos, a highly controversial step long considered off limits. Junjiu Huang and his colleagues at the Sun Yat- sen University in Guangzhou, China, performed a series of experiments involving 86 human embryos to see if they could make changes in a gene known as HBB, which causes the sometimes fatal blood disorder beta- thalassemia. I Won’t Do That! 13 April 2015 Chinese scientists genetically modify human embryos for the second time tried to add a mutation to embryos instead, attempting to make them HIV-resistant
  18. 18. Processes
  19. 19. HVAC ATTACK
  20. 20. DON’T BUG ME WITH YOUR IOT Turning the cockroach into a 'ROBOT': Insect successfully injected with DNA nanobots that unravel to deliver drugs Increasing the Transmissibility of a Pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium
  21. 21. IOT ARMED AND READY
  22. 22. 3-D PRINTERS CAN PRINT 3-D PRINTERS 3D NanoDrip printing technology printed this image at 0.0092 mm.
  23. 23. Backyard BBQ and Biomechanics Powerful synthetic biology tools have become democratized, allowing for much greater participation by expert individuals and even relative amateurs. The best example of this phenomenon is the International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) competition, in which undergraduate teams are given a kit of standard biological parts called BioBricks.
  24. 24. The Down Side of Being Cool • Criminals and terrorists with stronger, more powerful, and much more compact devices could do serious damage to society. • Defenses against these devices may not be installed immediately or comprehensively. • Chemical and biological weapons could become much more deadly and easier to conceal. • Many other types of terrifying devices are possible, including several varieties of remote assassination weapons that would be difficult to detect or avoid.
  25. 25. HOW MUCH GOVERNMENT? IS TOO MUCH GOVERNMENT OR NOT ENOUGH?
  26. 26. Shirley you can’t be serious? Artificial Intelligence Machine Gets Testy with Its Programmer …the AI ends the conversation with "I'm not in the mood for a philosophical debate.“ Robot passes self-awareness test All three were then asked to say who had the power of speech. One robot said, “I don’t know”. But recanted and said, “Sorry, I know now.”
  27. 27. Conclusions, I think • Easy to store data in DNA • Data can be transmitted through Air Gap • Data can be transported in any living thing • Content can be created with 3D Printers • Amateurs are conducting more sophisticated activities • Governance in this area is near NIL.
  28. 28. QUESTIONS? Gregory Carpenter Twitter @gscarp12 LinkedIn Facebook (647) 488-5210 gscarp12@hotmail.com

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