Tag: conferences

  • Vegas 2012 by the Numbers

    So, I’m finally back from a very long week in Vegas. How long you ask? well, here are some numbers that start to reflect how it felt: Number of days in Vegas: 6+1 (un-planned extra day due to a missed flight) Number of conferences attended: 3.5 (BlackHat, BSidesLV, Defcon, and IOAsis counts as a 1/2 […]

  • Sexy Defense

    So, Source Boston proved to be a great venue for the inauguration of the Sexy Defense paper and talk that I was working on recently. Had a great time both developing the concepts, as well as discussing them before, on stage, and especially after the talk. I really was amazed by the great feedback that people had […]

  • Intelligence on Ashiyane and the Iranian Cyber Army

    One of my favorite OSINT resources internet-haganah have opened up a new thread on their forums that are dedicated to Iran, called Ashiyane. This is basically the hacker forum that I was researching a couple of years ago (see my DefCon18 talk, and here, and here). The forum thread is here: http://forum.internet-haganah.com/showthread.php?440-Ashiyane And an interesting intelligence profile […]

  • So, what about that SecurityZone?

    Thanks to Chris John Riley’s post, I was inspired to share my views and experiences from SecurityZone. Some of which I have already shared on the last post on SexyDefence, but there’s so much more to that… First things first – SecurityZone. Colombia. I know… Sounds weird, especially when considering that this turned to the […]

  • Post Brucon thoughts – guesstimates in an engineering field

    So, another epic Brucon has ended, and while everyone is getting their thoughts together again (the amount of super smart people I have had the pleasure to have conversations with is unimaginable), I wanted to post a quick recap. First things first – numbers. I’ve been working with the FAIR methodology quite a while now, […]