Category: Talks

Articles derived from presentations or talks from individuals with industry knowledge in specific and honed areas.

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5 ways Nyotron are breaking the mould

During Infosec Europe 2017 I sat down with Nir Gaist, CEO of Nyotron, and discussed the new Nyotron offering Paranoid. Paranoid is a security offering where instead of looking at how a malicious actor gains...

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4 reasons why you should have an eye on ThreatQuotient

Earlier this month I spoke to Anthony Perridge, Regional Director at ThreatQuotient. ThreatQuotient allows for the consumption of threat intelligence from various and disparate sources. The team refereed to themselves as ‘still being in start up...

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Welcome to the physical web, by Scott Jenson

Today at the South Wales AWS User Group Scott Jenson, Project Lead for Physical Web for Chrome, performed a talk on what the physical web actually is. The talk opened by expressing that the term “IOT” is used...

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Why you need a fault tolerant system, even in football

Yesterday at the AWS South Wales User Group, James Carnie at Mobilise performed a talk. The talk centered on Mobilise’s journey in facilitating the first Wales league website since 1958. The talk started with an...

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The malicious actor can also lie in AWS

Today at the AWS South Wales User Group, the team at Alert Logic performed a talk on the susceptibility of online web applications. The talk opened with discussing the easy access to tools online that...

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Meeting your compliance needs with Tripwire

Last month at Info security Europe 2016 we had a chance to talk to Dean Ferrando at Tripwire. Dean has over 15 years of experience in systems engineering within the software industry. We sat down with...