10 Mar '13, 3pm

Chrome, Evernote, Apple, Flash, Java, Bitcoin, Prison, DDoS, Breaches and Pi #InfosecChurch @SpiderLabs Radio

Chrome, Evernote, Apple, Flash, Java, Bitcoin, Prison, DDoS, Breaches and Pi #InfosecChurch @SpiderLabs Radio

A few months ago, I was asked to present a keynote at RSA Conference 2013 . This was a rather intimidating request given I was in a lineup that included Vint Cerf , Dr. Condoleeza Rice, Jimmy Wales and Andy Ellis . For those who were not in San Francisco last week, this isn’t a small conference. There were an estimated 22,000 people at this year’s conference and the room the where the keynotes were held could have up to 5,700 people seated. I have attended 100s of security conferences around the world. While I have seen some very insightful and interesting, the common opinion by many con-goers is that the keynotes are sometimes not all that enjoyable to watch. They are typically not technical at all and are usually a 30-40 minute monologue around a single abstract point or idea. I very much wanted to present a talk that I would enjoy sitting and watching for 30 minutes. So...

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