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Continuous Integration Ticket Shop for Conference Tickets is now open – book often, book early!

Published on February 26, 2020 By René Pfeiffer

Running an event is a highly dynamic operation. This is especially true for (information security) conferences, even more so for trainings. We have seen our share of sad faces when the training of your choice didn’t happen, because people booked the ticket too late. In order to avoid great disappointments, the ticket shops for DeepSec […]

DeepSec 2020 Call for Papers is open!

Published on February 26, 2020 By René Pfeiffer

We are looking for presentations and trainings for the next DeepSec In-Depth Security Conference. DeepSec 2020 will explore the focus masquerade. Attribution is hard. To make matters worse for everyone connected to information security – masquerade is ubiquitously present in hardware and software. You might also call some of it disinformation, which was the world […]

DeepSec, DeepINTEL, and ROOTS in 2020

Published on February 1, 2020 By René Pfeiffer

We took some time off to deal with the administrative side of running the DeepSec conference. Additionally some of us were engaged in project work. 2020 started early this time. There is a lot to do behind the scenes, especially in times where reading the news doesn’t help you to navigate the rest of the […]

Save the date: DeepINTEL / DeepSec 2020 – 17 to 20 November

Published on December 21, 2019 By René Pfeiffer

We fixed the dates for DeepINTEL and DeepSec 2020. As promised there will be no collision with Thanksgiving. DeepINTEL 2020 will be on 18 November 2020. The DeepSec trainings will be on 17/18 November 2020. The DeepSec conference will be on 19/20 November 2020. The Calls for Papers will open in February 2020. Have a […]

Deconstruction and Analysis of modern IT Threats – DeepINTEL Security Intelligence Conference disenchants Complexity of Security Threats

Published on November 8, 2019 By sanna

The modern digital world is constantly threatened. Unfortunately, only a few understand what this actually means. Information security is always presented in distorting stereotypes that have nothing to do with reality. No attack is hammered into a keyboard in minutes. The most dangerous threats can not be detected by watching out for guys in hooded […]

L’Internet des faits et la peur dans la sécurité informatique – Les conférences DeepSec et DeepINTEL dévoilent leurs programmes – bits, bytes, sécurité et géopolitique

Published on October 17, 2019 By sanna

« No man is an island ». Cette citation (« Aucun homme n’est une île ») est de l’écrivain anglais John Donne. Si la phrase est devenue célèbre au XVIIe siècle, elle prend un tout autre sens à l’ère du numérique. La version moderne serait plutôt : il n’y a plus aucune île. De plus en plus de domaines du […]

DeepSec Press Release: Internet of Facts and Fear in the Name of IT Security – Bits, Bytes, Security and Geopolitics

Published on September 5, 2019 By sanna

(Original press release was published on 29 August 2019 via pressetext.com) Nobody is an island. This statement is attributed to the English writer John Donne. The sentence became known in the 17th century. In the meantime, this has changed as a result of digitization. The modern version of the statement should read: There are no […]

Thoughts on Geopolitics and Information Security

Published on July 12, 2019 By René Pfeiffer

Geopolitics is a rather small word for very complex interactions, strategies, tactics, and the planning (of lack thereof) of events. Reading about topics connected to it is probably familiar to you. Few news articles can do without touching geopolitic aspects. Since politics has less technological content for most people, the connection to information security may […]

Reminder – Call for Papers DeepSec & DeepINTEL – Send your submissions!

Published on July 8, 2019 By René Pfeiffer

We have been a bit radio silent since BSidesLondon. This is due to the hot weather in Austria, the preparations for the next DeepSec Chronicles book, some interesting features for DeepSec, and of course because of the submissions we received so far. We have a shortlist for the trainings which we will publish in the […]

Translated Press Release: IT Security is increasingly dominated by Geopolitics

Published on February 18, 2019 By sanna

DeepSec and DeepINTEL conference open call for papers – submission for lectures and trainings are in demand.Anyone who reads the technology part of their favourite magazine can hardly escape the promises of future network technologies. Your own car becomes a smartphone. The talking fridge becomes a therapist. 5G mobile networks promise high-speed fibre optic streaming […]

Save the Date for DeepINTEL and DeepSec 2019

Published on February 8, 2019 By René Pfeiffer

We did some clean-up and dealt with the administrative issues of past and future events. Finally we can announce the dates for DeepINTEL 2019 and DeepSec 2019. Grab or calendars or log into them: DeepSec 2019 Trainings – 26/27 November 2019 DeepSec 2019 Conference – 28/29 November 2019 DeepINTEL 2019 – 27 November 2019 The […]

Thank you all for attending and speaking at DeepSec 2018!

Published on December 3, 2018 By René Pfeiffer

DeepSec 2018 is over. Thank you for attending and presenting at our conference! Without your interest and your configuration there would be no talks, no workshops, and no one else present.We had a great time, and we hope you enjoyed everything. We are now dealing with the administrative backlog, the metric ton of receipts, the […]

Discussing Threat Intelligence in the City of Spies – DeepINTEL 2018 has started

Published on November 28, 2018 By René Pfeiffer

What’s the best place to discuss security and threat intelligence? Well, according to Austrian investigative journalist Emil Bobi there are over 7,000 spies living and working in Vienna. To quote the article: „Austria has been an international spy hub since the late 19th Century, when people from all parts of the Austro-Hungarian empire flocked to […]

DeepINTEL 2018 Talk: Framing HUMINT as an information gathering technique – Ulrike Hugl

Published on November 20, 2018 By sanna

NATO defines human intelligence (HUMINT) or hyoo-mint as “a category of intelligence derived from information collected and provided by human sources” (NATO Glossary of terms and definitions, APP-6, 2004) focusing on different kinds of information, for example data on things related to a human, information about a human’s specific knowledge of a situation, and other […]

DeepINTEL 2018 Talk: Risk Management in Complex Scenarios – Oscar Serrano

Published on November 8, 2018 By sanna

ICT risk management is a well-stabilized practice and as such is supported by international security standards and guidelines. But, despite advances in the legal and policy areas and the maturation of standardized frameworks for efficient risk management, it has still not become a controlled, systematic process in the cyber security domain of most organizations. One […]