Darren Kitchen and Shannon Morse travel to Gold Coast, Australia to give a keynote at AusCERT 2017, Australia’s largest and oldest information security conference.

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Big thanks to AusCERT for having us down in Australia for AusCERT 2017! Learn more about the convention here: https://conference.auscert.org.au/

Subscribe to our friends at AusCERT to see all talks from 2017: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkTvq84Uc6fuk82ns3Or-Xg

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AusCERT2017 Keynote: Of Hardware and Humans: Exploiting the Universal Attack Vector

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