Please register at the link below if you plan to attend the Charlie Miller talks October 17, 2014 in the Booth Auditorium, Boalt Hall.
10-11 AM: Failures of the InfoSec Community
What Charlie will discuss: Enterprise to nation state attackers and targets. How the difficulty of measuring the security of products leads to the current state of software security woes. How the information security industry has failed through 0-day sales, stunt hacking and selling ineffective boxed solutions. Where we need to go and how we'll get there.
Who should attend: IT staff or anyone interested in better understanding the severity of the information security threats facing all of us and UC Berkeley.
1-2 pm: Getting Owned in 100 Different Ways
What Charlie will discuss: A tour of some of Charlie's favorite vulnerabilities, exploits and other issues he has discussed during his 10 years presenting infosec research. A lowlight film of the many bugs found during his career.
Who should attend: Anyone interested in a more technical discussion about specific case studies from the front lines of infosec.
Charlie Miller is currently on the Application Security Team at Twitter. Previously, he was a consultant at Accuvant Labs and Independent Security Evaluators. Before that, he spent 5 years at the NSA. He was first with a public remote exploit for both the iPhone and the G1 Android phone. He is a four time winner of the CanSecWest Pwn20wn hacking competition. He has hacked cars, batteries, Second Life, and iOS codesigning. He has authored three information security books and holds a PhD from the University of Notre Dame.
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