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RSA Conference has a leaky app… again!

posted onApril 20, 2018
by l33tdawg

You wouldn’t expect the organisers of a seminar on nuclear physics to hand out conference badges that were contaminated with dangerous levels of radioactivity.

You wouldn’t expect to attend a workplace health and safety training course in a conference centre where the fire exits had been padlocked shut.

But cybersecurity conferences can be a bit different – they certainly don’t always practise what they preach. For example, at the RSA Conference (RSAC) 2010 in San Francisco, one of our colleagues – Graham Cluley, now an independent blogger – was asked to copy his presentation onto a USB key supplied by the organisers for collating speakers’ contributions.



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