|Keynote Speaker, Martin Hellman.|
Dr. Hellman summarized the history of public key cryptography
and projected lessons learned for the future.
|Ksenia Dmitrieva of Cigital answers questions|
after her presentation
|Keynote Speaker Kelley Misata spoke on behalf of Tor.|
Misata is now working with the CERIAS project of Purdue
and Suricata, an Open Source Foundation partner.
Kelley Misata had been cyber-stalked for eight years. She watched while her computer was taken over and worked remotely. Trashy emails were posted in her name from cuts and pastes from her own Facebook pages. She could not apply for a job without her stalker knowing it and intruding. She figured out who he was. However, the FBI said that they were powerless, and a judge refused to issue a restraining order, both because the stalker hid behind Tor and could not be identified. So, she took her MBA and her experience in marketing to Tor where she advocated for privacy and security. She now helps the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) while working on her doctorate at Purdue.
Appropriately, the front of the vendor's hall was held by White Hat Security of Santa Clara. All of the sellers were satisfied to have made good contacts. While setting up his talk, Kunal Anand underscored for me the importance of qualified leads to a start-up looking to scale its services.
|OWASP co-founder and Contrast Security CTO Jeff Williams|
|Wade Williamson from Shape Security of Mountainview.|
|Jgor taught me how to pick a four-wheel combination lock.|
After I felt successfully for the solution, he showed a slide
with a cutaway view of the internals .
|We enjoyed great guitar work from Chris Devore|
at both lunches and the Thursday evening social.
Fortune Cookie in Hex Code
The Eurion Project
Securing Your Viper Against Cylons