Richard Esguerra (@qubitsu) is the Development Director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a donor-funded nonprofit which pursues cutting-edge issues affecting free speech, privacy, technology innovation, research and consumer rights in the digital age.
EFF brings together legal experts, policy analysts, activists, and technologists on behalf of consumers and the general public in taking on the US government and large corporate interests through research, education, and legal actions in the courts.
We talked with Esguerra at the recent BSideLV conference in Las Vegas about work the EFF has been doing on reigning in domestic surveillance in the wake of the NSA data collection disclosures, as well as legislation the support that will reform the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act in an effort to enable security researchers to more effectively conduct their work…
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- Mark Coffin on the Cyber Security Forum Initiative
- Joseph Sokoly on The Hacker Academy
- Jeremiah Grossman on Communicating Security Upstream
- Dmitri Alperovitch on Offensive Security and Active Defense
- David Mortman on Big Data Security Challenges
- Jolly Discusses Leveraging Threat Intelligence Data
- Jay Radcliffe on Implanted Medical Device Security
- Steven Fox: BYOD Means Bring Your Own Disappointment
- Shokunin Kishitsu: Alex Hutton on Attaining Craftsmanship in Security
- Brian Martin on Why Vulnerability Statistics Suck
- Dave Lewis and Javvad Malik Discuss Infosec Cons
- Scot Terban – AKA Krypt3ia – on Attribution Shmatribution
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