I’m back in Amsterdam for the third time to attend the Hack in the Box security conference! Thanks to the organizers, I received again a press pass to cover the event. Thanks to them! So, here is my wrap-up of the first day. This year, I was also present as
Some news about the upcoming edition of the “Hack in The Box” security conference. This third edition (already!) will be held at a new venue: The hotel Okura in the center of Amsterdam. Apart of trainings, the conference itself will be organized during two days (May 24th – 25th) and
After a cool dinner with other Belgian infosec people, the second day started with a discussion panel about the “Economics of vulnerabilities“. The panelists were: Lucas Adamski (Mozilla), Steve Adegbite (Adobe), Aaron Portnoy (Tipping Point),Adrian Stone (Blackberry / RIM), Chris Evans (Google),Katie Moussouris (Microsoft), Dhillon Kannabhiran (HITB – moderator). Almost
Welcome back in Amsterdam! This is the second edition of the Hack In The Box (HITB) security conference in Europe. Let’s go for a quick wrap-up! I woke up too early (04:00AM) to drive to Amsterdam and arrived without any traffic jams (rare in Amsterdam)! Enough time to perform the
In exactly one week, the 2nd edition of HITB Amsterdam (“Hack In The Box“) will be already over. As you see their logo on the left, I’ll attend the event and perform a coverage via Twitter and my Blog (Thanks against to the organization for the invitation!). I’ll be in
Hello Readers! The first day of the hack.lu conference is already over, here is my wrap-up! The event started around 10:30, plenty of time to meet friends around a first coffee!
And this is already the end of Botconf. Time for my last wrap-up. The day started a little bit later to allow some people to recover from the social event. It started at 09:40 with a talk presented byÂ Anthony Kasza, from PaloAlto Networks: “Formatting for Justice: Crime Doesn’t Pay, Neither
I’m in the train from Paris where I attended the RMLL Security Track version 2016. The RMLL or “Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre” is an annual event around free software. Amongst multiple tracks, there is always one dedicated to information security (around free software of course). The global event was
Today started the 11th edition of hack.lu in Luxembourg. Being one of my preferred event, I drove to Luxembourg this morning direction toÂ the Alvisse Parc hotel!Â The first day started with a security breakfast and a round table. Marie MoeÂ talked about medical devices. The topic was â€œHow to improve cyber safety
This is my wrap-up of the second day of RSA Europe. As said yesterday, the panel of speakers was broader and much more interesting. Let’s go!