Posts Tagged ‘nslug’

Legal issues in computer security research

This Thursday, I gave a talk at AtlSecCon 2014. The weather threw a wrench in the organizers' plans, but they managed to pull off a solid conference. Unfortunately, the talks weren't recorded this year. The slides are posted on speakerdeck, and are embedded below the fold.

I also reprised this talk at NSLUG, and recorded audio, now posted on SoundCloud, and also embedded below the fold.

Finally: late last year, I wrote 3 posts exploring Canada's computer crime laws (1, 2, 3) which were initial versions of work that eventually became two papers I submitted this semester for a directed studies course. If you were interested in those posts, I've embedded the final PDFs below. The talk is a condensed version of that work.


Presenting my Natas solutions at NSLUG

Last Monday, I presented my solutions to the Natas server-side security war games at my local linux users' group.

I recorded my talk, but it didn't turn out well. I was using Google Hangouts for the first time, and I forgot that it only records the windows you tell it to. In the video, embedded below the fold, there's a lot of talking about windows that were being projected, but which didn't get recorded. Still, the audio counts for something, and you can see what I'm talking about much of the time.