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Tranchulas is heading to Vegas

Are you coming to DEF CON 24, the world’s largest hackers convention? Some of us are going to be there till 8th August. If you are also going to be there, it would be great to meet up and chat about stuff, or just party together!

Please get in touch if you are going to be there using info [at] tranchulas.com. We hope to see you at DEF CON 24 at Paris & Bally’s, Las Vegas, August 4 – 7!

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Tranchulas at HEK.SI 2016, Slovenia

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Tranchulas CEO gave two talks at the conference.

Fighting Malicious Code
One of the biggest threats to day-to-day operations of any organization is malware. This talk covered malware detection and analysis techniques in interesting ways. Zubair described how you can conduct investigations and demonstrated techniques for analyzing malicious activity. He also discussed how you can recover stolen data from your corporation by reverse engineering malware that encrypts data.

The Art of OSINT
Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is intelligence collection technique that involves gathering information from publicly available sources and analyzing it to produce actionable intelligence. In today’s data driven age, information does not have to be secret to be valuable. This talk covered various aspects of OSINT including methodologies, tools and techniques to monitor social media for intelligence collection.

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Meet us at BlackHat Asia 2016, Singapore

Some of us are going to be at BlackHat Asia 2016 from 30th March till 1st April. We are interested in hiring security researchers. If you are interested, drop us an email on info [at] tranchulas.com and we will connect with you prior to the briefings to arrange a time for you to meet and party with us!

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Infrastructure Hacking Workshop @ HEK.SI Conference 2016, Slovenia

We are conducting a one-day workshop on Infrastructure Hacking at HEK.SI Conference 2016, Slovenia on 13th April, 2016. The workshop focuses on how attackers in the real world work. We will be covering non-traditional hacking techniques mixed with older techniques that still work. You will obtain hands-on experience with lesser-known but highly effective hacking methods.

Early Bird price for the workshop – 20% discount (only 237,60€ + VAT) – till 13th March 2016!

For further information/registration, please contact Kristina Velišček.

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