This week on The New Stack Context, we speak with our security correspondent Lucian Constantin about what he saw at the recent trio of security conferences held in Las Vegas last week, BlackHat, DEF CON, and Security B-Sides. Turns out, industrial control systems — such as medical devices and in-car computation systems — are still quite vulnerable to malicious attacks, Constantin told our host this week, TNS founder Alex Williams.
We also spoke about the increased scrutiny that authentication is getting in server-side software, as well as a new open source tool released by Netflix, called CloudTrail, that can detect when credentials are a breach on AWS systems (Netflix's cloud provider). Keep an eye out for Constantin's posts from these events on this website.
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