Dan Boneh, Stanford University
Alexander Sotirov, Independent Security Consultant
Dave Aitel, Immunity
Pedram Amini, TippingPoint
David Brumley, Carnegie Mellon University
Martin Casado, Nicira
David Dagon, Georgia Institute of Technology
Chris Eagle, Naval Postgraduate School
Halvar Flake, Zynamics
Tal Garfinkel, Stanford University and VMware
Alex Halderman, University of Michigan
Trent Jaeger, Pennsylvania State University
Charlie Miller, Independent Security Evaluators
Matt Miller, Microsoft
Tim Newsham, iSEC Partners
Jon Oberheide, University of Michigan
Dug Song, Zattoo
Michal Zalewski, Google
It would seem this Workshop would be representing
the State of Art in Offensive Technologies.
I also read the New York Times article on
"U.S. Steps Up Effort on Digital Defenses"
Both are several years behind the curve.
The info in both articles suggests a lack of
comprehension of the current state of the Art
according to our paradigm intel.
The WOOT workshop is clearly from a defenders
point of view, the NYT article is no where near
state of the Art.
There seems to be a PARADIGM lacking for
even discussing offensive technologies.
The context is much more urgent than
either article suggests.
But the WOOT conference is a good start.
The Paradigm continues to builld towards a
big ass whoopin.
Blind Deaf and Dumb....
It feels like 'they' are talking about HTLM code,
When the bad guys are on 'The Cloud'.
Suggested Paradigms and
Needed Cyber initiatives.
By Gerald; Internet Anthropologist