Published Works, Radio Appearances, Research and Presentations/CLIPS


2008

"REAL ID Act and RFID: Privacy and Legal Implications," July 19, 2008 at The Last HOPE (Hackers on Planet Earth): MS PowerPoint presentation

Guest on "Off the Hook" live radio show, New York City, October 22, 2008

Guest on "Off the Hook" live radio show, New York City, December 3, 2008

Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities, Pumpcon Presentation, Philadelphia, October 25, 2008.pdf

Winner of Pace University School of Business 2008 Venture Capital Pitch Contest, New York City, December 4, 2008

2009

"Your Mind: Legal Status, Rights and Securing Yourself," Defcon 17, Las Vegas, NV, August 2009, with James Arlen

"Your Mind: Legal Status, Rights and Securing Yourself", Black Hat USA, Las Vegas, NV, July 2009, with James Arlen

"Your Mind: Legal Status, Rights and Securing Yourself", Hacking at Random (HAR), Netherlands, August 2009, with James Arlen

"Your Mind: Legal Status, Rights and Securing Yourself", SecTor, Toronto, Canada, October 2009, with James Arlen

"Hello, My Name is Host Name", Defcon 17, Las Vegas, NV, August 2009 with Dan Kaminsky and Elliot Bradbury

2010

Guest with Dan Kaminsky on "Off the Hook" live radio show, New York City, January 20, 2010

"Hacking Your Car: Reverse Engineering Protocols, Legalities and the Right to Repair Act", Notacon, Cleveland, OH, April 2010

"Hacking the Future: Weaponizing the Next Generation", Notacon, Cleveland, OH, April 2010, with James Arlen, Leigh Honeywell and Jillian Loslo

"Hacking the Future: Weaponizing the Next Generation", Defcon 18, August 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada with James Arlen, James Costello, Leigh Honeywell and Tim Krabec.

"The DMCA & ACTA vs. Academic & Professional Research: How Misuse of this Intellectual Property Legislation Chills Research, Disclosure and Innovation," July 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada, with Chris Mooney

"International Cyber Jurisdiction: Kill Switching", Black Hat Abu Dhabi, November 2010

"Jurisdiction Hopping", 27C3, Chaos Communication Congress, Berlin, Germany, December 2010

2011

"SCADA and PLC Vulnerabilities in Correctional Facilities" co-authored by John Strauchs and Teague Newman

"SCADA and PLCs in Correctional Facilities: The Nightmare Before Christmas". Defcon 19, Las Vegas, Nevada, August 2011 with Teague Newman, John Strauchs and "Dora the SCADA Explorer".

"Paul Dot Com Security Weekly Episode 257 Part 1," September 9, 2011 with John Strauchs and Teague Newman

2012

"Hacker Perspective: Tiffany Rad," 2600 Magazine: The Hacker Quarterly, Winter Issue, 2011/2012

"How Hacking Helps Us," presentation at the New America Foundation, March 5, 2012

"Hacking Cars to Keep Them Safe," by Dawn Lim, MIT Technology Review, January 30, 2012

"Students Get an Education on How to Break into the Latest Automobiles," by Jordan Robertson, Bloomberg News, August 22, 2012


2013

Featured on the Discovery Channel's "The True Story: Die Hard 4.0" program

TV Pilot for "Connected to the Case," July 2013, picture from the set

"Streets Lights, Security Systems and Sewers? They're Hackable, Too" by Steve Henn on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," March 4, 2013


Podcast with Stacey Higginbotham "Can Your Coffeemaker Be Compromised? The Internet of Things", November 5, 2013


2014


Tech News World "The Internet of Things: There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow", by Tiffany Rad, March 18, 2014

C-SPAN "Washington Post Cyber Security Summit,"Critical Infrastructure Security," October 1, 2014 


2015

Microsoft "A Professional Hacker Reveals Her Top Cyber Security Tips," Microsoft Podcast, March 27, 2015

South by Southwest (SxSW) Conference "Hacker to InfoSec Pro: New Rockstar Generation," March 15, 2015

Marketplace Tech (radio)  "Marketplace Tech" with host Ben Johnson, August 18, 2015


Hudson Institute, authored "Threats to Critical Infrastructure and the Transportation Sector: "Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare: An Evolving Challenge"


Georgetown University's Journal of International Affairs Cyber V edition, authored  "The Sword and the Shield: Hacking Tools as Offensive Weapons and Defensive Tools"


2016

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Washington, DC: Vehicle Cyber Security Roundtable [Panel], January 19


Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute, Pittsburgh, PA: Vehicle Cyber Security Problem Challenge Workshop, March 9

Internet of Things (IOT) Day, Oslo, Norway: IOT Security: Connected Home Appliances and Cars, March 17


Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), World Congress, Detroit, MI: "Why Do Hackers Hack? [Car Hacking Panel], April 14


Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), Cyber Auto Challenge, Detroit, MI: Law, Ethics, and Responsible Disclosure: Hacking Cars, July 25