Vladimir Dashchenko

Head of Vulnerability Research

Vladimir graduated from Ural State Technical University with a degree in information security of telecommunication systems. He started his career as a security engineer at Russian Federal Space Agency. His research interests are pentesting, ICS, security audits, security of different unusual things (like smart toys, TVs, smart city infrastructure) and threat intelligence. Vladimir is a part of Critical Infrastructure Defense Team (CID-Team) and Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT in Kaspersky Lab.

My Sessions

How We Stopped Being Just Antivirus ─ And Became A Unique Industrial Infrastructure Defender

Sponsor Stage
Attacks and Attackers Detection & Response

CoDeSys Fail

Stage 2

3S’s CoDeSys Runtime is used in 100’s of PLC’s and Level 1 devices. In 2013/2014 Reid Wightman identified multiple vulnerabilities in the Runtime, developed proof of concept Metasploit modules and watched as the vulnerabilities and partial fixes provided by 3S remain unknown to the asset owners of those 100+ PLC models. Now the team at Kaspersky […]

Attacks and Attackers IoT / Industrie 4.0 Protocols