Jos Weyers (@josweyers) is a world-record holder in the field of lock impressioning and a mainstay participant at LockSport events around the world. A long-time member of TOOOL in the Netherlands and a key figure at the Hack42 hackerspace in Arnhem, Jos is the mastermind behind the beehive42.org initiative. Featured in the New York Times. Voted #2 in the category "Hackers and Security" of the Nerd101-list of VrijNederland June 2015
guest lecturer, Institute for Computing and Information Sciences, Radboud University Nijmegen, Security in organizations. spoke at DEFCON (twice), hacktivity (Budapest, twice), OSCAL (Albania, twice), EMFcamp (UK, four times) , Layerone (Los Angeles), HOPE (New York, twice), OHM2013 (twice), OpenSUSEconference(osc15), HackerHotel (the Netherlands, three times) , OzSecCon (Melbourne, three times) and several non-public venues. https://twitter.com/CONFidence_news/status/887593954727821312
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A password shouldn’t be on a post-it note.
In plain view.
On the console.
The password to a locked door is called a key.
So if a reporter wants to get the point across that certain people shouldn't have access to a particular key, would it be wise for said reporter to show that key to the world?
This talk will show how not to run this story, why we should care and maybe make you rethink your physical security a bit.
Scheduled Instances of "post-its, post-its, post-its everywhere (and how they relate to physical keys)"
- Saturday Aug. 10 14:00 - 15:00