iOS 4 Security Evaluation

This year’s BlackHat USA was the 12th year in a row that I’ve attended and the 6th year in a row that I’ve participated in as a presenter, trainer, and/or co-organizer/host of the Pwnie Awards. And I made this year my busiest yet by delivering four days of training, a presentation, the Pwnie Awards, and participating on a panel. Not only does that mean that I slip into a coma after BlackHat, it also means that I win at conference bingo.

Reading my excuses for the delay in posting my slides and whitepaper, however, is not why you are reading this blog post. It is to find the link to download said slides and whitepaper:

Attacker Math 101

At SOURCE Boston this year, I gave my first conference keynote presentation. I really appreciate the opportunity that Stacy Thayer and the rest of the SOURCE crew gave me. The presentation was filmed by AT&T and you can watch it on the AT&T Tech Channel. Another thanks goes out to Ryan Naraine for inviting me to give an encore presentation of it for Kaspersky’s SAS conference in Malaga, Spain.

If slides are more your style, you can check out the more recent version from Kaspersky’s SAS 2011: Attacker Math 101.

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