I’m writing this wrap-up from the Dublin airport, waiting my flight back to Belgium. This new edition of SOURCE is already over. What did we learn today?
I flew on Wednesday evening to Dublin, Ireland to attend the SOURCE conference (previously, it was organised in Barcelona). The conference was held in the Trinity College, in the centre of the city. This is a really nice place where we slept in student bedrooms (a “kot” like we say
The conference SOURCE Barcelona 2011 is already over. Waiting for my flight back to Belgium, it’s time for my wrap-up! This year, an OSSEC training was initially scheduled with my friend Wim Remes but it was cancelled due to the lack of registrations. It looks that “defensive” security trainings do
Information securityÂ is a recurrent process. New threats arise and must be properly handled. In Augustus 2009, I already reported a story and came to the following conclusion: The principle of “action – reaction” as described by Newton is not applicable in information security! Here is another good example with
The second day of SOURCE Barcelona is already over. I’m at the airport waiting for my early flight and crossing my fingers due to the announced French air controllers strike. BruCON is now at our doors and we need to build everything tonight. What about the second day? Well, it
This week promises to be a busy one. I woke up early to catch my plane to Barcelona! The flight was delayed due to a strike in France but I arrived not too late and just missed the keynote. Barcelona is a very beautiful city and the place where is
In exactly one week, I’ll fly to Barcelona to attend the SOURCE Conference. Flight and hotels are booked for a while, it’s now time to prepare to cover the event. The schedule has been published for a while with a good balance between technical and business talks. Here is my
The next SOURCE Conference will be held in Barcelona in September (21 & 22). If you plan to travel across Europe in September, have a look at the current schedule and stop in Spain. Immediately you will notice that talks are split in two categories: “Security & Technology” and “Security