Tag Archives: security

I’ve got a working title: The Woman Who Squashed Terrorists: When an Embassy gets Hacked – Chris Kubecka Great talk where I was so intrigued that I forgot taking notes on my laptop. Maybe that’s also because haven’t got my coffee yet ;-). She talked about her passion: Cyber warfare. And through some fun examples and experience she had she made you aware of the importance all the little things have in the chain of security. Even an easy password for an email can have a huge impact on an embassy. A gift can contain bugs or small IT compartments but also the people close to you can experience involvement. So a short summary, but the talk was great and I can recommended it to you. Unlikely allies: how HR can help build a security-first culture – Alison Eastaway She was pulling people of the hall which was fun to…

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Day 1 Remarks A first talk about the board members and some introduction about OWASP and the question of contributing to the community and getting involved. Explained about the membership and 50 dollar discount on owasp conferences. The wifi password was given and we’ve officially started OWASP Global AppSec AMS. The house is built on sand: exploiting hardware glitches and side channels in perfect software -Herbert Bos A talk about our fundament on sand, shaky and likely to crash. The exploiting of software which leads to finding zero-days for money. The focus shifts from hardware hacking to software hacking, because a lot of glitches are also to be found via Software. Mainly through the application layer like a buffer overflow. The hype to share everything, cpu, ram, etc. Sharing may lead to sidechannels and in this case the more dangerous it may become, sharing is not caring. Reliable Exploits, code…

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