Rats and Rogues: The BSides-Det Interviews 017

This week Josh Little is back as a host. Wolfgang and Josh talk to Prutha Parikh from Qualys, doing a technical talk. Last year Prutha found CVE-2011-4317, Apache Reverse Proxy Rewrite.

For more on Prutha, check out the links below:
her page over at Qualys.
Prutha on twitter

Don’t forget to get your tickets, voting for talks starts soon, watch The BSides Detroit Webpage for more. Just a reminder, Bsides Detroit this year is at the Renaissance¬† Center.

Rats and Rogues: The BSides-Det Interviews 016

Week 16, hard to believe BSides Detroit is four weeks out. Don’t forget checkout the BSides Detroit page for the location. Get your tickets now!

This week Wolfgang and Chris talk to a guy from a Galaxy Far Far Away, from a Long Time a go. Kellman Meghu. Kellman’s talk is “How NOT to do security: Lessons learned from the Galactic Empire.”

It is geeky, there is security gold in there. Lots of fun. He also likes to have conversations about it after the talk.

You can follow Kellman on this lead up to BSides below:
Twitter
Blog

Rats and Rogues: The BSides-Det Interviews 015

This week Chris and Wolfgang talk to Leonard Isham. Leonard is security practitioner and social engineer that travels 100%. He’s taken Leonard’s talk is about negotiating, during the hiring process. While they may not budge on the amount they’re willing to pay you, they may give you other perks. From Leonard’s point of view, we leave too much on the table because we don’t ask for it.

You can follow Leonard:
LenIsham

Rats and Rogues: The BSides-Det Interviews 014

This week Justin, Wolfgang, and Chris actually all get on the show together. And things are a little different than normal. The Three Amigos ride again, for the first time.

Chris talks a little about this years TOOOL Lock Pick Village, that he’s running. It might have a few twists in it.

Wolfgang talks a little about the talk he’s planning on giving. It’s called Naked Boulder Rolling. It is an updated version of the talk her gave last year at GrrCON, How Asteroids Falling From the Sky Improves Security.

You can follow US below.
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Chris