TED Global: Misha Glenny Says ‘Hire The Hackers’

The TED talks have long been famous for introducing a wide (albeit wired) audience to The Next Big Thing, whether it was Jeff Hann at NYU demonstrating the Minority Report-style touch-sensitive user interfaces in 2006 – years before the iPhone hit the market – or MIT’s David Merrill’s demonstration of stackable mini computers called Siftables. (OK – we’re not sure yet what the heck you can use those for.)

Joe Grand on hardware hacking

In this Network World interview at SOURCE Boston, well-known hardware hacker Joe ‘Kingpin’ Grand talks about lessons rom the “Prototype This” show, the changing face of security research and his upcoming vulnerability assessment work.  The video also includes an interview with Dan Kaminsky about his DNS vulnerability.

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