Tag Archives: BSides

Stop Fixing All The Things – Our BSidesLV Talk

Michael Roytman    August 6, 2013

Last week at BSidesLV, Ed Bellis and I presented our view on how vulnerability statistics should be done. We think it’s a different and useful approach to vulnerability assessments. Our contention is that the definitions of vulnerabilities in NVD and OSVDB are just that – definitions. As security practitioners, we care about which vulnerabilities matter. Much like looking at a… Read more »

The Security Circus Comes to Las Vegas

rhuber    July 18, 2013

The end of July will see thousands of security professionals descend on Las Vegas for another round of instruction, information, networking, sales, parties and FUD. This will be the 13th consecutive year I’ve attended at least one of BlackHat, BSides or Defcon events. It is easy to become overwhelmed with so much going on, so here are a few tips for… Read more »