Security Chat 4.0 in Zurich

Last week I organized the 4th iteration of the Security Chat – an informal gathering of security people in Zurich. The format are 10-15 minute presentations that anyone can submit for. In good tradition, we had a great line up again:

  • Steve Micallef – OSINT and The New Perimeter – his tool is available for anyone to use at www.spiderfoot.net.
  • Ero Carrera –
    “>The Many Types of Machine Learning
    .
    Let’s not get carried away by the hype around deep learning. It’s great for some things, but not suited for many others. How about using Bayesian graph networks?
  • Stefan Frei – Supply Chain Security in The Digital Age
    Stefan gave us a bit to debate and think about when it comes to the security of the supply chain. Especially when it comes to Government procurement.
  • Maxim Salomon – Foobar on Embedded Systems
    Just how secure are our IoT devices out there? The presentation showed how insecure they really are. Even government grade security products!
  • Jeroen Massar – Don’t Forget The Network
    In his ‘no-slide’ presentation he made us remember that there are many aspects of networking that we tend to forget or a lot of people simply don’t know anymore. Things like BCP38, DNS RPC, etc.
  • Sandra Tobler – Next Generation Multi Factor Authentication
    More about the system that Sandra introduced can be found at: Futurae.com

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