What's Happening At The Intersection Of IT Security And Society?
Latest Updates (August 12, 2018)
We are back from Las Vegas and, we are not going to lie, it was amazing.
The conferences, the conversations, the events, the presentations, and the people... well, mostly the people. We saw old friends, we made new ones, we discussed many topics, and we can officially confirm - once more - that this is a fantastic community made of highly-motivated professionals and sensitive human beings. Sure, like every family, we can be a bit dysfunctional at times - nobody is perfect - but overall it is a family, and you can count on everyone to be there to help and support you when you need it most.
We did the best we could by going around and connecting with as many initiatives and villages as possible, filming four new Unusual Gatherings At the Intersection of IT Security and Society, recording podcasts and webcasts, going live with panels, and even giving talks this time around.
We really try our best, and we hope you all appreciate it. We invite you to visit our coverage page and keep traveling on this road with us.
If you weren't able to attend Black Hat, DefCon, BSides, or Hacking Diversity, you can see what we did and we ask for your help to spread the word about what it means to be at the intersection of IT security and society.
If you are looking for us, you can always find us there.
Listen to and read some good stories:
When We Train, Support And Protect The Research Community, It Thrives | By Sean Martin | With Jason Haddix [Bugcrowd]
I Went To RSAC APJ And I Saw A Cyber Affair Ambassador. I Swear, They Exist! | By Marco Ciappelli | With Dr. Tobias Feakin [Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs]
ISE And ITSPmagazine Announce Charitable Giving Campaign To Raise The Bar For Information Security | By Sean Martin & Marco CIappelli | With Ted Harringhton [ISE]
The Value and Challenges of Stopping Email Impersonation
Their Story podcast With Alexander Garcia-Tobar [Valimail]
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