Category Archives: conference

Troopers Trust Survey results

Troopers14 Trust Survey results are here. I’ve run the survey using Trust-O-Meter methodology throughout the conference. I received a fair amount of responses (as well as some attempts on ballot stuffing and plain hacking, as expected). This survey is just … Continue reading

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There is no vulnerability

Yes. There are no vulnerabilities in the code. There are only features. Vulnerability is a discrepancy between what the code does and what the code is expected to do. It is a specific discrepancy, one that allows you to own … Continue reading

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That’s a really welcome news: TrustyCon – the one-day conference about trust and information technology. Shame is so far from where I live.

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Day-Con 2013

Dayton, Ohio is again the place to be. I am here to have a presentation during the Day-Con 2013 information security conference. TERM, of course. This is going to be a quick and easy introduction to key tools of TERM, … Continue reading

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So unexpected

Support for trust comes from unexpected places. Recently NSA Director, General Keith Alexander stated clearly: “At the end of the day it’s about people and trust”. I would not expect him to admit that much, but yes: we have it … Continue reading

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