We have some more articles for you. Apparently the talks of our speakers raised a few eyebrows. Most of the articles are in German.
- Dradio: Das sichere Auto ist ein Mythos
Interview with Mariann Unterluggauer about impressions from DeepSec 2011 and the myth of automobile security.
- Dradio: Nur scheinbare Datensicherheit
This is a second article published on the Deutschlandfunk web site features Duncan’s talk and bugs in security software.
- Ö1: Können Hacker Autos fernsteuern?
„Can hackers remotely control cars?“ Well, given the current design and lack of security they probably will do so in time for DeepSec 2012.
- Ö1: Make Cyberpeace, not Cyberwar. Ein Bericht von der DeepSec
The topic of cyber warfare is still hot.
- Wie Terroristen verschlüsseln – Digitale Spuren kaum verwischt
The Neuer Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) has a comment about Duncan’s talk in combination with the recent attack on a Illinois water pump. Ever since the first DeepSec our speakers have illustrated that infrastructure is at risk if being visible to untrusted networks (not just the Internet).
- Online-Banking ist leicht knacken
Mitja Kolsek’s talk about online banking has set the alarm call for customers and journalists alike. This is the third article about his talk. We hope that the information Mitja presented will raise some doubts about systems that „must be secure“. There’s no „must“, and security doesn’t appear from nowhere and doesn’t stay once the design of your new web app is ready.
- DEEPSEC 2011: Quick Roundup
Chris J. Riley has an executive summary with links to articles describing all talks he saw or wrote about.
- SIM Toolkit Attack
Bogdan has published his own video recording of his talk about attacking the SMS Toolkit.
- We found no articles about the party in the Metalab, just this photograph.
- DeepSec: IT-Sicherheit bei Online-Banking und Autos unzureichend
The Austrian Computerwelt wrote an article with the content of our past-conference press release. The article covers the weaknesses of online banking from Mitja’s talk, Duncan’s keynote, „cyberpeace/cyberwar“, automotive security, and a general review of the conference.
Tomorrow MiKa and me will be guests of the radio show hackerspaces | signal at the studio of Radio Orange. We will have a chat about DeepSec 2011, the impact of security on military, politics and society, and how everything’s connected to hackerspaces. The recording will be online on Radio Orange’s web site.