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Security B-Sides London 2015

3rd of June 2015
ILEC Conference Centre 47 Lillie Road, London, SW6 1UD
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Wednesday, June 3 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
T1W3-The Writey Writer's Guide to Writing Writerly LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop is based around 10 years of professional blogging / malware research and is designed to give budding writers a leg-up in the world of corporate writing, where everything is one sentence away from potential embarrassment, death threats or a liberal helping of cease and desist letters. If you've been asked to blog but have no idea where to start (or are simply looking for a refresher), this workshop will cover: legal pitfalls, content volume, working with journalists / PR, techniques for radio / TV / newspapers, blog structure, minimising risk (to yourself and others) and more. There will be interactive demos related to some of the aforementioned subject matter, and debate / questions / participation is welcome.

Speakers
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Chris Boyd

Malwarebytes
Chris is a multiple recipient of the Microsoft MVP in Consumer Security & former Director of Research for FaceTime Security Labs. He has presented at RSA, Rootcon and SecTor, and have been thanked by Google for his contributions to responsible disclosure in their Hall of Fame. Chris has been credited with finding the first rootkit in an IM hijack, the first rogue web browser installing without consent and the first DIY Twitter Botnet kit... Read More →


Wednesday June 3, 2015 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Workshop Track - Hyde Park
  • Workshop requirements Laptop preferable, pen and paper supplied if needed. No particular software on the laptop beyond some form of word processor. You may have to talk a bit if taking part in some of the exercises so bring water (or it'll be supplied). You may be recorded (voice and / or camera) if taking part in one of the exercises. Bring your best Blue Steel!
  • Tags Audience: Any Geek, Career Path, Difficulty Level 1, Hackers, Management, Pentesters