BSidesToronto 2016 Oct. 16, 2016 to Oct. 16, 2016, toronto,canada

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How You Actually Get Hacked Ben Hughes If you listen to the media or security vendors, every organisation is being compromised by ...
Rootkits vs Ransomware. Using evil to fight for good. Boris Rudakov This talk is a logical extension of my BSides 2013 talk "Anti-debugging tricks in Antivirus ...
From setuid to Android: has privilege-management improved? Mahesh Tripunitaria We compare a legacy approach to privilege-management, setuid, with the more modern approach of Android. ...
Penetration Testing, I dont think it means, what you think it means Haydn Johnson Penetration Testing? This term means many things, or does it? Ask the right company, and ...
Guests N Goblins: Exposing Wi-Fi Exfiltration Risks and Mitigation techniques Pete Desfigies Wi-Fi is a pervasive part of everyones everyday life. Whether it be home networks, open ...
Hacking Is Easy, Hiring Is Hard: Managing Security People Michael Murray , Ross Barrett The common view of management is that it's easier than reverse engineering. This talk will ...
Blue Team Defending against APTs Angelo Rago This talk is an intermediate talk. It will cover various areas from best practices, GPO ...
Tiger Teams for Penetration Testing Kim Crawley , Sean Rooney This talk is derived from Sean's Tiger Team whitepapers, starting in 2000. His methods were ...
Ransom Wars Adam Greenhill , Christina Kang , Desiree Mccarthy , Peter Chmura Ransom Wars: Using behavioural analysis, we set an ambitious goal, to detect and mitigate ransomware ...
Incident Readiness Struggles Judy Nowak It's not hard to see that many organizations struggle with responding to breaches, just take ...