Last night I spoke at a TASK meeting (Toronto Area Security Klatch – Canada’s longest-running get-together of Information Security professionals.)
It was their annual Black Hat / DEF CON review session at. I covered the Jeep hacking talk, but tailored my presentation to illuminate areas of the auto industry that need security help – because if you want to be employed forever, go into the auto security industry.
There were about 150 people, I had 14 slides and spoke for 8 minutes.
(don’t know why the picture quality is crap, on my 3-week-old iPhone.)
A friend filmed it, but no no that’s not going online… watched the footage, sorry TASK for all the ummmms! It started like that even, “Hi I’m Keri, ummm.” Literally cringed while typing that. I’m more eloquent and better paced that that, nor so verbose that was 4 minutes too long, I was SO nervous.
But first one done! I enjoyed it. Think I could get good at this.
Meets the last Wednesday of Every Month 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Metro Hall, Rotunda (On main floor, just past the elevators)
55 John Street, Toronto
SE corner of King St. & John St.
* note – technically I’ve spoke publicly once before, there’s a post about it. But it was to a crowd of 20, talked just about myself, back when I was part of a digital workspace in West Virginia.