Shmoocon 2006: Dan Geer keynote

    Date27 Jan 2006
    Posted ByBenjamin D. Thomas
    Dan Geer’s keynote was one of my favorite talks from the con. He believes that “if people respect you enough to have you deliver a keynote, respect your audience enough to write it out Dan started by acknowledging that, like most people in the audience, he wasn’t trained in security. His formal schooling is as a biostatistician. Things are changing though, soon the security industry will be filling up with people that are trained solely in security. Dan feels that we should leverage our diversity while we still can. Specifically to solve the problem of how to measure security.
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