It has been a while since I did not take time to write a security conference wrap-up. With all these COVID restrictions, we were stuck at home for a while. Still today, some events remain postponed and, worse, canceled! The energy crisis in Europe does not help, some venues are
I’m in Luxembourg for a full week of infosec events. It started today with the MISP summit. It was already the fifth edition and, based on the number of attendees, the tool is getting more and more popularity. The event started with a recap of what happened since the last
Here we go with the last wrap-up of the 2018 edition! The first presentation was about worms: “Worms that turn: nematodes and neotodes” by Matt Wixey. The first slide contained the mention: “for educational purposes only”. What could we expect? The idea of the research performed by Matt was interesting.
The second day started early with an eye-opener talk: “IPC – the broken dream of inherent security” by Thanh Bui. IPC or “Inter-ProcessÂ Communications” are everywhere. You can compare them as a network connection between a client and a server but inside the operating system. The idea of Thanh’s research was
TheÂ 14th edition (!) of hack.lu is ongoing in Luxembourg. I arrived yesterday to attend the MISP summit which was a success. It’s great to see that more and more people are using this information sharing platform to fight bad guys! Today, the conference officially started with the regular talk. I
I just droveÂ back to home after the 11th edition of hack.lu. As always, it was an amazing event organized by, amongst others, many team members of the CIRCL. So, let’s write a quick wrap-up for this third day. Some talk will be less covered due to interesting chat sessions with
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
The next edition of the hack.lu conference is coming soon! In approximatively one month, many infosec professionals will join Luxembourg to attend this event and I’ll also be there! I’m attending Hack.lu since 2008 and it remains one of my preferred event. What can we expect from the 2015 edition?
The third day is over! After the speaker dinner in a cool place and a very short night, I attended more talks today (no workshops). Let’s go for the daily quick wrap-up…
This is already the last day! We started again at 08:30 with a talk about IP cameras: “Do you know who’s watching you? An in-depth examination of IP cameras attack surface” by Francisco Falcon & Nahuel Riva. This isn’t the first time that IP cameras are used as targets for