Just a short notice today on some recent presentations from our team. As some of you might know we regularly give talks at conferences. This not only encompasses highly sophisticated security events like Black Hat or Troopers. Additionally – on our mission for a safer world – we try to spread the (security) word at various industry events that are usually focused on some aspect of the large and ramified IT world, not necessarily equipped with a strong focus on information security.
A number of such events took place in the last few weeks and here’s some links on presentations given there. While not being as technically deep as the average Black Hat or Troopers attendee might expect, we still hope that one or another valued reader finds them useful (pls note that some parts are in German).
This one is a talk given by myself on “Compliance in the Cloud” in the course of the “Azure Day” of BASTA which is one of the largest and most important developer events here in Germany. The presentation discusses what to keep in mind if compliance with some “regulatory frameworks” is strived for when going to “the [public] cloud”.
Here‘s a piece on virtualization security, namely the architectural changes on basic security principles induced by (server) virtualization. It was provided at the “IIR Admin Tech Talk 2010” and, again, I myself was the speaker.
Rene Graf, who’s a member of the “Architecture and Risk Team” at ERNW and a long-time large-environment security guy, gave this overview talk on “Industrial Firewalls” at the LANline TechForum “Industrial Ethernet” which took place in Stuttgart.
Have a great day everybody,
Btw: our next stop will be at fabulous Day-Con. If any of our readers from the US – very appropriately – is worried about missing it, pls shoot me an email. Given our long term friendship with Angus we might be able to provide you a ticket.