2011 Talks

Table of contents

Saturday and Sunday Presentations

Title Presenter
2011 Data Breach Investigations Report - Verizon, US Secret Service, Dutch High Tech Crime Unit Mark Goudie
An Embarrassingly Simple Solution to the Problem of Protecting Browser Users Peter Gutmann
APCO P25 Security Revisited - The Practical Attacks! Steve Glass and Matt Robert
Automated Detection of Software Bugs and Vulnerabilities in Linux Silvio Cesare
Digital Forensic Evidence: From Certainty to Shades of Grey Dr. Bradley Schatz
Encyclopaedia Of Windows Privilege Escalation Brett Moore
Forensic Timeline Splunking Nick Klein
Fun And Profit With Hypervisors Nishad Herath
GCC Plugins: Die by the Sword Matt Davis
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger... Louis Nyffenegger & Luke Jahnke
Malware Mythbusters Alex Kirk
Operation Carpo, The Hack of an Australian Registrar Alex Tilley
Post Memory Corruption Memory Analysis Jonathon Brossard
Unusual and Hilarious Vulnerabilities R00t Dude
Hacking Hollywood Nick Freeman / vt
All your RFz Belong to Me: Hacking the Wireless World with GNU Radio Balint Seeber
Windows Kernel Vulnerability Research and Exploitation Gilad Bakas
4 Years and 4 Thousand Websites Worth of Vulnerability Assessments: What Have We Learned? Jeremiah Grossman
JBoss security: penetration, protection and patching David Jorm
Dynamic Program Analysis and Software Exploitation: From the Crash to the Exploit Code Rodrigo Rubira Branco
Big Bang Theory: The Evolution of Pentesting High Security Environments Joseph McCray
Browser GFX Security Ben Hawkes
SSL Traffic Analysis Attacks Vincent Berg
Mobile and Contactless Payment Security (There’s an App for that!) Peter Fillmore
The Security Of 3D Web Extensions James Forshaw
Bypassing and Strengthening Linux Security Controls Andrew Griffiths


Bonus Presentations (Friday 18th Professional Delegates Only)