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DeepSec Video: Temet Nosce – Know thy Endpoint Through and Through; Processes to Data

Published on January 29, 2016 By René Pfeiffer

Endpoint security is where it all starts. The client is the target most attackers go after. Once you have access there (let’s say by emailing cute cat videos), you are in. Compromised systems are the daily routine of information security. Even without contact  with the outside world, you have to think about what happens next. […]

Defence – Beating the Odds with Knowledge

Published on October 13, 2015 By René Pfeiffer

When did you write your last business letter? You probably don’t recall, because you write one all of the time. When did you last use ink and paper to do this? If you can’t remember the answer to this question, don’t bother trying. Digital communication is part of our daily life, not only in the […]

Coding Skills and Security Competence

Published on May 23, 2012 By René Pfeiffer

Occasionally we get questions regarding the technical level of presentations at DeepSec. Some are worried about talks at DeepSec being too „in-depth“ for their level of knowledge. You are either a coder turned security researcher hacking bits and bytes, or you are someone dealing with hierarchies and the organisational aspects of information security. It seems […]