I’m back from Black Hat ASIA 2014 in Singapore, where I had the pleasure of giving a talk on the security of cross-platform mobile technologies for developing mobile apps. The last Black Hat ASIA was in 2008 and the last time in Singapore was in 2003, time flies!
In the event there were several Spaniards such as Jose Miguel Esparza with its workshop on PDF analysis, Leonardo Nve with DNS attacks and finally Alberto García Illera and Javier Vázquez Vidal on hacking cars.
The event took place at the amazing Marina Bay Sands hotel (I recommend you to google it), and it was a success with around 1000 attendees. At the speaker dinner the organization took us to a Chinese restaurant where we could taste different specialties and drink red wine from the la Rioja (Argentina 😉 ; then, as it could not be otherwise, we explored Singapore nightlife!
My talk was the first on the first day of the event and was a great success, a roomful of people even standing (no chairs for everyone) and many questions, somewhat atypical in the Asian culture, so I would like to thank all attendees!!
My first time in Singapore but it certainly won’t be the last, perhaps next year
My presentation available on VULNEX website.
— Simon Roses Femerling