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Robots, Ninjas, Pirates and Building an Effective Vulnerability Management Program - (BSides Boston 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Robots, Ninjas, Pirates and Building an Effective Vulnerability Management Program

Paul Asadoorian

BSides Boston 2015

A robot, a ninja and a pirate get into a fight. The question is: who wins? While we can debate this question until the end of time, likely have fun in the process; it's a waste of time. Who are the robots, ninjas and pirates in your environment? What roles do they play in the vulnerability management process? We debate how to build a vulnerability management program all the time, however we are still spinning our wheels. Unlike the robot, ninja, pirate battle, there are concrete facts that will help you build a successful program, and avoid smoke bombs, swords, and robot death rays. Who wins? Find out in this presentation and learn how to protect your booty.

Bio: Paul Asadoorian has a background in UNIX/Linux security, embedded device hacking and penetration testing. He is the founder and CEO of Security Weekly, an organization which has been dedicated to security and hacking related podcasts, blogs, webcasts and Internet TV for 10 years. During the day, Paul is a Product Strategist for Nessus at Tenable Network Security, performing product research in the vulnerability management market. Paul also researches embedded systems security and teaches on the subject at security conferences. In addition to his widely appreciated blogs, podcasts and frequent presentations at security conferences, Paul is the co-author of "WRT54G Ultimate Hacking" and "Offensive Countermeasures: The Art of Active Defense".

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