Prague is currently hosting this year’s European Cyber Security Challenge - an international security competition for teams of young talents from different European countries. Since I am the author of one of the practical challenges that make up the competition and ALEF is one of its sponsors, I was asked for a short interview by the competition’s organizers in the run up to the Challenge itself. The resulting video was published on Youtube today.
64th meeting of the TF-CSIRT community took place today. I've had the pleasure to contribute to it with a short presentation about the current state of adoption of TLS 1.3 and continued use of SSL protocols. Although I usually don't mention presentations I've prepared for TF-CSIRT meetings here, I've decided to make an exception for this one, since I believe that it might be worth looking at even without the accompanying commentary...
I did a SANS@MIC talk yesterday, in which I discussed interesting phishing techniques (mainly) from the point of view of red teamers. Since the recording was published today, if you didn’t get the chance to join us live, you may take a look at how it went on YouTube.
Videos of all presentations from last weeks CrisisCon are now accessible on Youtube. Among them is my own talk on known unpatched vulnerabilities and weaknesses in Windows. If you couldn’t make it to the online conference, I recommend you at least go through some of the recordings as couple of the talks were quite interesting.