- Taking out the Eurotrash
- All good things must come to an end
- [DeepSec 2014] Advanced Powershell Threat: Lethal Client Side Attacks using Powershell
- [DeepSec 2014] Trusting Your Cloud Provider. Protecting Private Virtual Machines – Armin Simma
- [DeepSec 2014] A Myth or Reality – BIOS-based Hypervisor Threat – Mikhail Utin
- [DeepSec 2014] Addressing the Skills Gap – Colin McLean
- [DeepSec 2014] The Measured CSO – Alex Hutton
- [SecTorCA] Reverse Engineering a Web Application – for fun, behavior & WAF Detection
- [Guest Post] A first-timers view of the “Hacker Summer Camp”
- Last Hacker Standing… Episode IV: The Last Hope
- OMG @jaysonstreet is gonna be sooooo jealous ;) http://t.co/PwXOxFWen2 18 minutes ago
- [SuggestedReading] Defenders think in lists. Attackers think in graphs. As long as this is true, attackers win ift.tt/1QwAf4F 9 hours ago
- If you don't talk about $something in the interest of security… you either have no security, or you're fooling yourself! 9 hours ago
- Dear $vendor, if you have to give away a $ShinyNewSomething to visit your booth… then your product/service/software needs some work! 10 hours ago
- RT @seanhn: Any recommendations for short term coworking space in London? Spending a lot of time here atm and coffee shops suck. 12 hours ago
- RT @behindyourback: If you're afraid of public speaking, just imagine everyone in the audience is on their phones not listening to you anyw… 2 days ago
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