After last year's SOURCE Conference, I knew I needed to go again, not just because it was a local (Seattle) infosec conference, but because of the caliber of speakers and the range of topics that were going to be covered.
I got audio from two of the speakers at the SOURCE conference (@sourceconf) on Twitter
Lee Fisher and Paul English from PreOS Security about UEFI security and methods to secure your devices https://preossec.com/
Joe Basirico discusses the proper environment to get the best out of your bug bounty program.
points from his abstract:
Bug Bounty Programs - Why you want to invite security researchers to hack your products
Marketing your Security Program - How and why to market your security program. What to say, how to say it, and where to say it for maximum effectiveness.
How to Communicate with Security Researchers - What are security researchers expecting in communication, responsiveness, transparency, and time to fix.
Source conference YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAPQk1fH2A4pzYjwTCt5-dw/videos (2017 is not available yet, but all talk from 2008-2015 is available)
agenda of the talks that occurred at Source Seattle 2017
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