At CSA, I was talking about hypervisors, breakouts and an overview of security measures to protect the host. (Slides)
This ranged from the basic features some hypervisors provide out of the box to advanced features like SELinux, device domain models and XSM-FLASK.
Most of the other talks were more targeted towards management level employees, but even as a fairly technical person I found Mike Bursell’s talk highly interesting. After my talk about securing the host system from a malicious guest, he dealt with the inverse: Technologies to protect a guest from a malicious or compromised host.
At BSides Ljubljana, I was talking about Binary Analysis Frameworks e.g Angr, Triton and others.
My slides can be found here, the video recording of the presentation should be available soon too. The cheat-sheet mentioned can be found in the official repository and will be maintained there.
Both conferences provided a great opportunity to meet interesting people and were small enough to get to know (nearly) everyone.