From Cyber-Attacks to DevOps: Security Experts Cover Mix of Topics

From Cyber-Attacks to DevOps: Security Experts Cover Mix of Topics
Car Security in the Cross Hairs
Capture the Flag Comes to Toronto
Lockpick Village Educates on Physical Security
The Elephant in the Room
Playing Pac-Man, To Win a Pac-Man
Bringing Security to Organizations With DevOps
Hockey Puck Giveaway
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From Cyber-Attacks to DevOps: Security Experts Cover Mix of Topics

By Sean Michael Kerner

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Car Security in the Cross Hairs

Chris Valasek, director of vehicle security research at IOActive, discussed the potential attacks and risk that could affect modern vehicles.

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Capture the Flag Comes to Toronto

In the exhibitor hall at SecTor 2014, there was a Capture the Flag contest, engaging participating teams with solving security challenges.

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Lockpick Village Educates on Physical Security

SecTor isn't just about digital security; it also provided an opportunity for attendees to learn about physical security in the Lockpick Village.

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The Elephant in the Room

Many of the world's leading security vendors were present, including Cisco, Symantec and Trustwave, among others. Security vendor eSentire brought out an inflatable elephant in its booth to signify the metaphorical "elephant in the room" that is the modern data security breach.

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Playing Pac-Man, To Win a Pac-Man

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is the manager of Canada's .ca Top Level Domain and also provides the D-Zone anycast Domain Name System (DNS) service for security. In its booth, CIRA had a Pac-Man arcade game with the high-score winners walking away with their own Pac-Man game controller.

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Bringing Security to Organizations With DevOps

Securosis CEO and analyst Rich Mogull explained in a SecTor session why the emerging world of DevOps can radically remake how security is built into the software development and deployment process.

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Hockey Puck Giveaway

While SecTor 2014 had the usual vendor giveways, including beer cozies and pens, there was also a Canadian slant, with Nuix giving away hockey pucks.

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