Mortman/Hutton Security-BSides & Black Hat Presentation Available

by alex on August 17, 2009

Hey y’all, happy Monday morning.   I’ve put Dave & my presentation for Security BSides up on slideshare:

Also note that this includes the Black Hat presentation we gave on the Mortman/Hutton Vulnerability/Exploit model.  I hope you will enjoy!

PS – There’s probably audio available for the preso on the BSides site somewhere if you’re really interested.


[…] This is really where I was going with my initial thought above; that we need common models so we can have an intelligent discussion. This is also how things generally work in the sciences (yes, Alex, I know, we’re not a science yet . Researchers almost never publish their raw data, but just their models, methods and results. I feel strongly that until we can convince people to share raw data more openly, this is our best shot to figuring real information about what’s going on in the security world. It’s also what drove me to start developing the soon to be renamed Mortman/Hutton Model that Alex and I presented at Blackhat and BSides Las Vegas. […]

by Meta-Data? « The New School of Information Security on September 29, 2009 at 3:12 pm. Reply #

[…] to do with us getting the basics wrong. A couple of years ago, David Mortman and Alex Hutton gave a great but overlooked presentation at Black Hat. It was in the final time slot of the conference and unfortunately went head to head […]

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