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ABSTRACT: Joseph discusses the existential WWII enigma code interception and decryption methods along with the heros and heroines who worked around the clock to save the allied nations. The cold war, following WWII, introduced additional risks and new challenges and he illustrates wireless security failures, ease of wireless packet intercept, and a list of encryption methods with inherent security defects. Finally, wireless risks present in 2022 are shown as security aircraft, ship, automotive, and military cases aircraft, and ship examples. State-of-the-art 5G Cellular security technology and the identified risks of base-station's dynamically changing protocols, hardware BTS trojans, and mobile UAV-identified cellid and location interception challenges are highlighted. Originally presented at a Rutgers IEEE dinner, a professor commented it would be a sleepless night after hearing the risks outlined!
BIO: Joseph Jesson, is CEO of RFSigint Group, a wireless sensor platform IP and SOC supply-chain advisory company, and currently consults with private corporations on wireless sensor networks (LPWAN narrowband digital technology). Joe has 25+ years of experience in designing and implementing – through production – IoT wireless sensors & embedded systems and was awarded General Electric's Innovation prize, the Edison Award, in 2007. Joe was awarded over 15 patents, published in the IEEE IoT Journal, and engineered and tested wireless TEMPEST-shielded secure systems. Currently IEEE Princeton LIFE Affinity Group Chair.
Co-sponsored by: Samantha Potomic, [email protected]
Room: 102, Bldg: Armstrong (1st Building at the entrance, stay right and drive to and park in open Lot 5), The College of New Jersey Armstrong Hall – Room 102, 2000 Pennington RD, Ewing Township, New Jersey, United States, 08628

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