1SecTor Features Snowden Appearance, Call to Secure All the ‘Things’
210 Years of SecTor
3Snowden Warns of Back Door Dangers
4Ransomware as a Service Is a Danger
Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at security firm F-Secure, provided insight into the growth of ransomware. One of the ways that ransomware has grown is by way of a franchise model, where ransomware capabilities are offered as a service. “Outsiders that couldn’t program their way out of a paper bag can run a ransomware franchise,” Hypponen told the SecTor attendees.
5Taking Aim at IoT
6Learning How to Pick Locks
7Exploring IPv6 Security
8Identifying Kubernetes Security Risks
9SecTor WiFi Analyzed
WiFi for the SecTor conference was provided by zscaler, which also gave attendees a look at how the network was being used. On the first day of the event, the dashboard reported 34 instances of spyware that were calling back their control node using the SecTor network.