Research a specific buffer overflow attack technique of your choice. This should be a technique that has been actively exploited in the past five years or is still a current threat. Prepare a presentation on the attack. The intended audience is a Bachelor’s level Cybersecurity course where you are to deliver a guest lecture. Your presentation should include at least the following information: • Explain the conditions that make systems vulnerable to this particular attack. • Indicate how the attack works and how it is executed. • Provide a graphical depiction (e.g., flowchart, diagram, video) of the attack in action and how it works. • Identify examples of how the attack has been exploited in the past (e.g., news stories, software security vulnerability alerts). • Recommend techniques for shielding against the attack or mitigating its effects.
Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as speaker notes for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists. Support your presentation with at least three (3) scholarly resources. Industry literature should also be used as appropriate. Length: 12-15 slides (with a separate reference slide) Notes Length: 100-150 words for each slide Additional submission requirement (choose one): • Record narrations over your presentation and submit the PowerPoint presentation with narrations. • Deliver the presentation via screen capture, upload the video to a sharing site (e.g., Jing or Microsoft Mix, etc.), and submit the PowerPoint presentation and a link to where your delivery video can be viewed. • Deliver the presentation in person and record a video of yourself (e.g., camera with tripod), upload the video to a sharing site (e.g., Jing, Microsoft Mix, etc.), and submit the PowerPoint presentation and a link to where your delivery video can be viewed.