DeepSec 2022 Talk: OPSEC – The Discipline Of The Grey Man – Robert Sell

Sanna/ September 14, 2022/ Conference/ 0 comments

During operations, it is not unusual for us to get excited about the target and to prematurely begin before we have adequately prepared. As a result, this can not only spoil an operation but can cause dire life-threatening consequences. This talk goes over why OpSec is so important, failures people often make and how we can greatly improve our operational security during intelligence gathering and operations. While I will cover sock puppets and other techniques in detail, I will also cover physical considerations, habits and other areas where risks can be generated unless the operator is careful and diligent. We asked Robert Sell a few more questions about his talk. Please tell us the top 5 facts about your talk.  I start by providing a better definition of OpSec Then, we look at why

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Press Release: Current Threats in Cellular Networks – DeepSec Security Conference offers Security Training in dealing with Current Cellular Technology

Sanna/ May 26, 2021/ Press, Training

In the past 40 years, cellular technology has achieved a veritable triumph. Availability, stability and data rates have increased significantly compared to the origins of 1G / 2G networks. The enthusiasm for security research in this area is not quite as enthusiastic. There are still weak points and tradeoffs in information security. At the first DeepSec conference in 2007, the weaknesses of A5 encryption were revealed. This year’s conference therefore again offers a two-day workshop on the security of current cellular technology. Basis of the communication society Many of the conveniences of modern life are inconceivable without cellular networks. The internet is almost always available. Communication is very easy even outside of cities, during leisure activities or when going for a walk, reception is of course required. The evolution of the technological generations up

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