Catalin Victor Mitrescu

Catalin Victor Mitrescu

Catalin Victor Mitrescu

Independent ICT Consultant

With an experience of over 15 years in ICT, experienced in ICT networking, ICT security and ICT management, Catalin has been involved for 12 years in ANCOM working on important ICT projects in security, networking and applications in order to improve the operational efficiency and increase the security of ICT systems. He has a bachelor degree in “Industrial automatics and informatics” and “Mechanical engineering”, is EC Council CEH, ECSA and CHFI certified. He is also certified in IT Service management. Catalin is passionate about lock picking, programmable controllers and electronics in general. He is curious about how stuff works and he likes to discover vulnerabilities. On August 2nd 2017 he left ANCOM and since then he is an independent ICT Consultant.

Physical aspect of penetration testing
In this presentation Catalin is going to show techniques and tricks to get past doors, windows and locks with the final goal of getting physical access to ICT infrastructure, devices and business or personal data. If an attacker is able to gain physical access to your devices and ICT infrastructure by entering your computer room, hotel room or your house, the access to the data on your devices becomes quite easy. IT people normally do not have to deal with physical security as that is usually another departments’ responsibility. Penetration testing must take into account physical security. After this talk, you will be able to detect some physical flaws or weaknesses in order to get them fixed.

Cyber Security Congress