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January 2015


Ground Zero InfoSec Summit 2014 Experience (by an 8 year old)

Reuben Paul - Keynote at Ground Zero InfoSec Summit

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It was November 12th, 2014 and we had flown from the USA to India, a couple of day earlier, and were now flying from Chennai to Delhi which was a short flight. Once we arrived in Delhi, the organizers of the conference had arranged for a car to pick us up from the airport to take us

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Hou.Sec.Con 5.0 Experience (by an 8 year old)

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It was October 16, 2014 and my parents picked me from my school (Harmony School of Science, Austin), to go to Houston, for the Houston Security (Hou.Sec.Con) 5.0 Conference. In September, we had driven to Kentucky for DerbyCon from Austin, which was about a 16 hour drive. So my dad, Mano Paul (@manopaul), said that

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(ISC)2 Security Congress Experience (by an 8 year old)

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It was September 28th, 2014 and we drove from the DerbyCon conference which was in Louisville, KY to Atlanta, Georgia. We got there a few minutes before the(ISC)2 Town Hall meeting. For the very first time, I met Hord Tipton, the former Executive Director of (ISC)2, now succeeded by David Shearer. Hord had suggested to my

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DerbyCon experience (by an 8 year old)

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For the very first time in all of history, I was told that an 8 year old was going to be giving a talk at the famous security conference – DerbyCon. Thanks to Dave Kennedy (@HackingDave) and the entire speaker selection team for selecting me to speak at DerbyCon 4.0 (2014). I wondered, what you might

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