Testing Your Proximity Cards – Preparing Proxmark 3 RDv4
Title: Testing Your Proximity Cards – Proxmark 3 RDv4
By: Christy Long Kushner
Did you ever wonder if you should invest in Biometrics or some other form of multi-factor authentication? For about $400, you can test your ID badges and help determine what the likelihood of a bad actor or bad guy would steal a badge and attempt to impersonate an employee. This presentation is designed to help you take the first step – testing the badges. Once you have determined if you are at risk, you can choose the data created from this test and build a use case. The use case might help you request resources such as people or equipment, give your company a sense of urgency, and help promote a layered defense.
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About the Author
Christy Long Kushner is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and instructs as a consultant through Cyber Synergy Consulting Group. Christy specializes in such areas as risk management, regulatory compliance, security solutions architecture, training, testing, and investigating cyber incidences. In the 2019 year, she will serve as the Vice President of the Raleigh Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association and is currently the membership director. Before changing careers, she was an Air Ambulance Medic in the United States Army, where she performed critical care treatments to patients. Currently, she helps promote awareness of information security threats in an ever-changing global IT Security economy.