AusCERT 2011, booth babes and all: pics

AusCERT 2011, booth babes and all: pics

Summary: The 10th annual Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) conference started today. The exhibition floor seemed unusually roomy, and regular attendees agreed that the conference seemed much quieter than usual.


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  • (Credit: Munir Kotadia/ZDNet Australia)

    "Somebody did have a passport apparently in my name and i haven't been able to trace that, so there could be somebody going around the world with a passport in my name, which is worrying — but i collect air miles, so pros and cons really."

  • (Credit: Munir Kotadia/ZDNet Australia)

    We had a great interview with Will Gragido, a Chicago-based ex Marine from HP DV Labs. He talked about cyber reputations, people trafficking, identity theft, espionage and a whole heap more. Watch out for these articles in the coming days.

  • (Credit: Munir Kotadia/ZDNet Australia)

    The Kaspersky girls were back, but after controversy over their skimpy outfits last year, they were in a more modest mood.

Topics: ZDNetLive, IBM, Security, AUSCERT

Munir Kotadia

About Munir Kotadia

Munir first became involved with online publishing in 1998 when he joined ZDNet UK and later moved into print publishing as Chief Reporter for IT Week, part of ZDNet UK, a weekly trade newspaper targeted at Enterprise IT managers. He later moved back into online publishing as Senior News Reporter for ZDNet UK.

Munir was recognised as Australia's Best Technology Columnist at the 5th Annual Sun Microsystems IT Journalism Awards 2007. In the previous year he was named Best News Journalist at the Consensus IT Writers Awards.

He no longer uses his Commodore 64.

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