And wrapping up the RVAsec 2013 videos are Schuyler Towne and Dan Holden! Schuyler Towne: Vulnerability Research Circa 1851 Dan Holden: DDoS and Modern Threat Motives
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Jericho: Our Straw House: Vulnerabilities Don Allison: Observations on the (Mostly) Inadvertent Effect of Data Management on International Cybercrime Investigations
Two more videos from RVAsec 2013! Colby Clark: The Digital Battlefield Rockie Brockway: Business Adaptation or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Internet’s Unclean Conflicts
Even more speakers from RVAsec 2013! Gus Fritschie & Andrew Du: How to Defend Against FISMA Brian Lockrey: Social Media Digital Forensics
Here are two more speaker videos from RVAsec 2013! Itzik Kotler: Hack Like Its 2013 Dan Han: SIEM implementation: What to Expect
More speaker videos from RVAsec 2013! Sean Mason: A Day in the Life of an Incident Responder at a Fortune 5 Barry Kouns: Risk Assessment — The Heart of Information Security More videos coming soon–keep your eyes open!
More speaker videos from RVAsec 2013! Paul Watson: Cross Platform Network Access Control Adam Ely: BYOD: Risks, Maturity and Solutions More vides coming next week!
Just in case you still haven’t bought a ticket for RVAsec a day before registration ends, here’s a bit more to sweeten the pot: Jericho of attrition.org (@attritionorg) has agreed to present again! We’re not sure what he’ll come up with on short notice, but we’ve demanded it end with a standing ovation. In case you missed […]
RVAsec will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 31st and June 1st at the Commonwealth Ballroom at VCU’s University Commons. Training classes will be held on Thursday, May 30th. The conference is only $75 and includes two days of talks, electronic badges from hack.rva, breakfast/lunch/snacks, more coffee this year, swag bag, parking at VCU, […]