AusCERT is winding up and most of the vendors, delegates and journalists have gone. It was an enlightening experience. We've chewed the fat with security thinkers, cops and hackers, and picked a few locks and brains.
The conference is growing and, according to organisers, it will include more hacking and cracking lessons in the future. We covered a remarkable lock-picking class this year in which a penetration tester taught cricumvention methods to many locks we would percieve to be secure.
Here is a wrap up of Computerword Australia's coverage of the event.
There's more to come, so stay tuned to our AusCERT 2010 section.
AusCert 2010: China set for net blackout on Tiananmen Square anniversary Hidden bridges keep Chinese online
AusCert 2010: Is this skirt too short? Meter Maids solicit anti-virus at AusCert 2010
AusCert 2010: Hanmore back to CERT Ex-AusCert manager leaves Microsoft for CERT Australia
AusCert 2010: Brilliant engineers in Microsoft walled-garden, says Linux expert User Access Controls "suck less than you think"
AusCert 2010: Microsoft to link critical infrastructure security agencies Membership could stoke Aus- and Gov-CERT rivalries
Renowned security expert, Marcus Ranum, takes a swing at Federal Government's Net filter plan
AusCert 2010: Siloed security leaves departments defaced Security changes, data breach disclosure "an election issue"
AusCert 2010: Defence illusion hack rooted in reality DSD says know your SOE, know your applications, settings, versions, and why they are that way
AusCert 2010: Australia protected by anti-DDoS vigilantes Slow moving legislative reform could be hindering our ability to protect against DDoS attacks