Trey Ford: Testing, notification should not be criminalized (slides)

Trey Ford: Testing, notification should not be criminalized (slides)

Summary: At informal infosec conference Security B-Sides SF, former Black Hat General Manager and current Global Strategist for Rapid7 Trey Ford outlined the gaps between hacking and legislation in America.

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    Black Hat's former General Manager Trey Ford took the stage at informal conference Security B-Sides San Francisco today to present "Legislative Realities," a compelling talk on identifying and bridging the gaps between hacking, user security, company security and legislation.

    Ford is now the Global Security Strategist for Rapid7, and appears to be taking his wealth of experience running Black Hat, and experiences such as wrangling the NSA's General Alexander while simultaneous advocating for security researcher protections, and applying it to legislative changes.

     

  • Trey Ford: Legislative Realities

    Black Hat's former General Manager Trey Ford took the stage at informal conference Security B-Sides San Francisco today to present "Legislative Realities," a compelling talk on identifying and bridging the gaps between hacking, user security, company security and legislation.

    Ford is now the Global Security Strategist for Rapid7, and appears to be taking his wealth of experience running Black Hat, and experiences such as wrangling the NSA's General Alexander while simultaneous advocating for security researcher protections, and applying it to legislative changes.

     

  • Trey Ford: Legislative Realities

    Black Hat's former General Manager Trey Ford took the stage at informal conference Security B-Sides San Francisco today to present "Legislative Realities," a compelling talk on identifying and bridging the gaps between hacking, user security, company security and legislation.

    Ford is now the Global Security Strategist for Rapid7, and appears to be taking his wealth of experience running Black Hat, and experiences such as wrangling the NSA's General Alexander while simultaneous advocating for security researcher protections, and applying it to legislative changes.

     

Topics: Security, Government US

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