Help Net Security editor-in-chief Mirko Zorz is attending BruCON and besides Tweeting via our main account (@helpnetsecurity), he is right now recording a series of videos, as well as taking photos. Here are a couple of new photos from today. Photos from the opening keynote proceedings are available here.
Justin Clarke presenting on SQL injection. Justin is the Director of Gotham Digital Science and Syngress author.
Attendees enjoying high quality lectures.
Eric Filiol during his presentation on cyber attacks.
The crowd gathering at the Hacker Lounge.
Help Net Security and (IN)SECURE Magazine among the conference supporters.
Brian Honan, CEO at BH Consulting, talks about a recent vulnerability disclosure trend – a trend that he believes may ultimately cause more harm than good: security vendors using vulnerability disclosure as a marketing tool with the goal of enhancing their company’s bottom line.
Attacks on the IoT can sound like the stuff of a movie thriller, but they are very real. The highly skilled and organized cybercriminals of today have the potential to tamper with a car’s firmware to kill its brakes.
Dyre's primary goal is to harvest victims' online credentials, and it's capable of doing this by mounting Man-in-the-Browser attacks against the three most commonly used Windows browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.