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Applying AI to User Behavior Security Analytics & Threat Intelligence at #HITB2018AMS

posted onMarch 20, 2018
by l33tdawg

Amsterdam – 19 March 2018: User behavior analytics (UBA) solutions typically applies machine learning algorithms to detect abnormal user activities and the market is continuing to expand rapidly with vendor and open-source UBA tech to help organisations identify ‘unknown unknowns’ for further investigation. A key to successfully implementing these solutions requires advanced understanding of the underlying technology, concepts and risks involved.

Backdoor Allowing Remote Control of Cars to be Presented at Amsterdam Hacker Conference

posted onMarch 19, 2018
by l33tdawg

Amsterdam – 16 March 2018: A smart connected car is not much more than a computer on wheels, with systems that control one or more areas of the automobile called electronic control units (ECUs). ECUs communicate in real-time over a system called a controller area network or CAN. At the Hack In The Box Conference in Amsterdam next month, ElevenPaths Claudio Caracciolo and Sheila Ayelan Berta will be presenting a new feature of their hardware device ‘The Bicho’ which exploits the CAN bus allowing for remote take over of the target vehicle.

福利 | 获取HITB安全峰会门票的最全姿势(阿姆斯特丹)#HITB2018AMS

posted onMarch 16, 2018
by l33tdawg

2018 年度 HITB 安全峰会在 2018 年 4 月 9 日至 13 日举办。会议内容包含历时三天的技术培训和两天的前沿议题技术交流会议,一场CTF比赛。现场还有公开的技术展览区域,包含AI和区块链主题,EU黑客空间等区域。现场还有智能汽车入侵、硬件展览等丰富主题活动。

HITB安全峰会,全称 Hack InThe Box Security Conference ,是一年一度不容错过的全世界安全研究员及专家聚集的盛会。


HITBSecConf2018第九届荷兰HITB安全大会 #HITB2018AMS

posted onMarch 15, 2018
by l33tdawg


第九届年度HITB安全会议将于2018年4月9日至13日举行,包括6场为期3天的技术培训课程,随后举办为期2天的三重赛道会议、CTF大赛、AI技术和区块链相关的科技展览、欧盟黑客空间,安全活动,汽车和硬件攻击相关的展览以及我们的CommSec追踪报道 – 免费参加30分钟和60分钟的会谈,同时主办方将在Youtube上对会议进行全程直播!请大家在Twitter上关注@HITBSecConf以获取最新的活动更新。


Speak your science: How to give a better conference talk

posted onFebruary 9, 2018
by l33tdawg

Bad presentation often gets in the way of good science. It's a shame, because science is awesome. I used to complain about bad presentations at conferences but I realized that (1) I hate complainers and (2) as a professional science communicator I should probably quit complaining and actually offer people some help with communicating better. If you're a scientist who's interested in improving how you present your science, read on.

If you don't have time to read, I can summarize my advice in three words:

Respect your audience.