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Hunting Unicorns and Jerks - Irrational, Defensible, or Necessary? - Steve Werby Derbycon 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Hunting Unicorns and Jerks - Irrational, Defensible, or Necessary?
Steve Werby
Derbycon 2015

That hasn't happened here! No one would do that! We don't have time to deal with that! Maybe. Maybe not. Steve will use threat modeling to peel back the onion on a few threat scenarios involving unicorns and jerks. And he'll explain how this practice will help uncover other risks and control gaps for threat scenarios which are [seemingly] more likely. And since fingers will be pointed when the unicorns and jerks do materialize, he'll explain how socializing your queue of unicorns and jerks can pay dividends when they come knocking.

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