February 28 - March 1, 2013
Montreal, Canada

So You Got Hacked: DIY Incident Response

So you got hacked, how do you clean up as quickly as possible? This talk is DIY Incident Response: quickly identifying the vector of compromise, plugging it, and then finding and removing any backdoors that may be hidden on the system. This will be an expansion of last year's talk, delivered in the form of a narrative, with real-world examples.

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David Mirza

Subgraph

David is a founder of Subgraph, an open source security startup based in Montreal. Subgraph develops Vega, a free and open source web security testing platform. Previously David was one of the founders of SecurityFocus, where he moderated Bugtraq, a forum for security research with over 50,000 members at its peak. David has spoken at OSCON, FISL, Con Foo, Black Hat, CanSec West, and AusCERT, as well as made contributions to books, magazines, and other publications.

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