BSidesLuxembourg 2018 Oct. 19, 2018 to Oct. 19, 2018, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

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I Sliced My SIEM: Finally Getting Value out of Your SIEM! Emmanuel Jeantheau SIEM history is linked to the evolution of the security industry. It has been designed ...
Weaponizing Layer 8 Stefan Hager Do you think users are the weakest link in the security chain? Here is some ...
Building a Personal Data Focused Incident Response Plan to Address Breach Notification Thomas Fischer The era of the data breach is upon us. In a traditional incident response investigation, ...
(Amplification) Attack of the Clones Beverley Mackenzie This talk looks at DOS and DDOS Attacks and how to mitigate them. Surveying how ...
Androzoo APK Search: A Search Service of Meta-Data Related to Android Malware Médéric Hurier We introduce Androzoo APK Search, an online service for querying structural information extracted from Android ...
Lessons Learned from the Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report Walter Abeson You've heard about it, you've seen it cited, you may have even printed it, but ...
The Artificial Reality of Cyber Defense Pascal Geenens Security threats are growing faster than security teams and budgets while there is a huge ...
Automated, Generic System Call Hooking, and Interpretation Markus Partheymüller When doing malware analysis, monitoring application behavior plays an essential role. To do that, one ...
Bring Your Own Python Security Tool Didier Stevens Didier Stevens, seasoned developer of security tools, will show you the basics of Python security ...
AppArmor for Beginners Gyorgy Demarcsek In this workshop, we are going to explore how AppArmor can be used to sandbox ...
A Deep Dive in Osquery Fabio Nigi We will see how Osquery works, and how to use it to protect your environment. ...
Threat Hunting with OSSEC Xavier Mertens OSSEC is sometimes described as a low-cost log management solution but it has many interesting ...