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Automated Zero-Day-Vulnerability detection for connected products

About this event

Join us for an exclusive online seminar on how to protect your connected devices and networks. The seminar will focus on zero-day vulnerability detection and showcase the latest automated security analysis capabilities from ONEKEY, the leading cybersecurity platform for IoT and OT devices.

During this seminar, you will gain an understanding of the importance of zero-day detection and the potential risks they pose to your connected devices. Quentin Kaiser, Lead Security Researcher at ONEKEY, will provide an introduction to the firmware analysis process required to accurately detect vulnerabilities.

During the seminar, Quentin will present a real-world example of zero-day vulnerability detection where a high-risk vulnerability was discovered by the ONEKEY platform and responsibly reported to the affected vendor after manual confirmation by the ONEKEY security lab. Quentin will use this example to guide you through the entire zero-day detection process, including firmware extraction and file system reconstruction, digital twin creation, software composition analysis, and zero-day detection.

By the end of the seminar, you will have a thorough understanding of the importance of detecting zero-day vulnerabilities in your connected devices and the analysis process designed to detect these vulnerabilities. This includes an automated analysis platform such as ONEKEY as well as the manual steps.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from Quentin and discover the latest solutions to secure your connected devices. Register now to secure your place!

Hosted by

  • Team member
    Maximilian Kleemann Sales Manager @ ONEKEY

    In his current role, Max helps enterprises automate and continuously monitor the security aspects of their embedded devices, using binary analysis, software bill of materials, and CI/CD pipeline integration.

  • Team member
    Quentin Kaiser Lead Security Researcher @ ONEKEY Gmbh

    Quentin Kaiser is an ex-penetration tester who turned binary analysis nerd. He's currently working as a security researcher at the ONEKEY Research Lab, where he focuses on binary exploitation of embedded devices and bug finding automation within large firmware.


We automate software security & compliance of connected products at scale.

ONEKEY is a specialist for Product Cybersecurity for IoT & OT. Using automatically generated "Digital Twins" and "Software Bill of Materials" of devices, ONEKEY analyzes firmware for security vulnerabilities & compliance violations, without source code, device, or network access.