The day three started quietly (let’s call this fact the post-social event effect) with a set of presentationsÂ around Blue Team activities. Alexandre Dulaunoy from CIRCL presented â€œFail frequently to avoid disasterâ€ or how to organically build an open threat intelligence sharing standard to keep the intelligence community free and sane!
When you have a look at the schedule of infosec conferences, the number of events is already very high. There is one at least every week around the world. So, when a new one is born and is nice, it must be mentioned. “Pass-The-Salt” (SALT means “Security And Libre Talks“)
And here we go with the wrap-up of the 3rd day of the SSTIC 2018 “Immodium” edition. Indeed, yesterday, a lot of people suffered from digestive problems (~40% of the 800 attendees were affected!). This will for sure remains a key story for this edition. Anyway, it was a good
The second day started with a topic this had a lot of interest for me: Docker containers or “Audit de sÃ©curitÃ© d’un environnement Dockerâ€ by Julien Raeis and Matthieu Buffet. Docker is everywhere today and, like new technologies, is not always mature when deployed, sometimes in a corner by developers.
Hello Readers, I’m back in the beautiful city of Rennes, France to attend my second edition of the SSTIC. My first one was a very good experience (you can find my previous wrap-up’s on this blog – day 1, day 2, day 3) and this one was even more interesting
I’m just back from the 2018 edition of the FIRST TC (“Technical Colloquium”) organized in Amsterdam. This was the second edition for me. The format was the same, one day of workshops and two days with normal presentations. And always 100% free! During the quick introduction, Jeff BollingerÂ from Cisco, which
Hello Readers, here is my wrap-up of the second day. Usually, the second day is harder in the morning due to the social events but, at TROOPERS, they organize the hacker run started at 06:45 for the most motivated of us. Today, the topic of the 3rd track switched from
Iâ€™m back to Heidelberg (Germany) for my yearly trip to the TROOPERS conference. I really like this event and Iâ€™m glad to be able to attend it again (thanksÂ to the crew!). So, here is my wrap-up for the first day. The conference organization remains the same with a good venue.
A security conference does not need to be “big” to be interesting. Size doesn’t matter with security conferences ;-). I’m in Lille, France where I attended the conference called “CoRIIN“. This event is held in French and means “ConfÃ©rence sur la rÃ©ponse aux incidents et lâ€™investigation numÃ©rique” or “Incident Response
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