Hardware Security Through Physical Layer Visibility
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Hardware Security Through Physical Layer Visibility

Published By: Sepio
Publication date: May 24, 2022

Hardware attack tools (collectively known as Rogue Devices) operate on Layer 1 (the Physical Layer) and do not get detected by existing security software solutions, such as NAC, IDS, EPS, and more, due to a lack of Layer 1 visibility. Their covert nature means Rogue Devices bypass security controls, making them extremely harmful attack tools. By attaching a spoofed peripheral or hidden network implant to the ATM, bad actors can carry out jackpotting attacks without raising security alarms. Moreover, the sophistication of these devices allows perpetrators to carry out their attacks remotely, thus increasing their anonymity and reducing the risk of getting caught.

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