Listen in via WebEx from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 12, as Ocean County College presents its next cybersecurity seminar, led by Maddie Stone, a security researcher on Google Project Zero.
The project delves into “zero day” exploitation, which occurs “when an attacker abuses a vulnerability that the defenders don’t yet know about,” OCC explains. “This makes it very hard to protect against zero day exploits and also makes these vulnerabilities highly valuable.”
So how do we protect against the exploitation of unknown vulnerabilities? It starts with understanding everything we can about zero day exploits.
Stone has spent the last two years studying zero days that are actively exploited by attackers in the wild. In this talk, she’ll discuss these special, somewhat rare, exploits, including detailed examples from 2021.
Prior to her current position, Stone was a reverse engineer and lead person on the Android Security team, focusing predominantly on pre-installed and off-Google Play malware. She holds a bachelor’s of science, with a double major in computer science and Russian, and a master’s of science in computer science, from Johns Hopkins University.
Visit ocean.edu/programs-and-courses/new-computer-science-programs for the WebEx presentation link. —J.K.-H.