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Josh Pitts, DerbyCon, September 26, 2014
The difference a year can make. Development on the Backdoor Factory (BDF) over the past year has been awesome. From adding Windows x64 and Linux x32/x64 support, Capstone, BDFProxy, new custom shellcodes, and a couple surprises for this conference, it’s been an adventure. Join the speaker as he talks about new features, AV evasion, and a roadmap going forward.
Frank Heidt, TEDxMidwest, May 2, 2013
"Hacking 101"! Frank Heidt, one of the world's foremost authorities on cyber security, gives the audience the gift of "straight talk" regarding how companies and people get hacked every day and how to avoid becoming a victim.
James Arlen, DerbyCon, September 27, 2014
Enough with the glorified tool punks, no one needs a horse, most of us just need a box ticked that says “Compliant”. Practical methods for achieving compliance obligations while ensuring actual security exist. In fact, it’s easier to be Securely Compliant than it is to be Compliantly Secure. If you want to lear about doing good things to make your job easier and to achieve success without burning yourself out, you probably want to skip the rockstar (drink|talk) and get on the road to compliancy success... Plus Plus!!