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Friday, March 13 • 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Help Me Help You Hurt Yourself (it's for your own good)

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Many times as Consultants to clients external to our business, we are put into a unique position where we are to inflict damage to the business yet keep a clear line of communication with the client in an open an engaging manner. Sometimes, more often than not, this open dialogue proves difficult due to:
• Feelings as a tester that the test should be 100% Black Box
• The client is not willing to divulge information
• ?
Having this open dialogue can help to have more robust test results that are better for both the tester and the client.
This talk does a dive into examples and issues that have been experienced in real world scenarios to help achieve this type of dialogue.
Note: This does not apply to Red Team assessments.

Topic 1: Where are the crown jewels?
Topic 2: Limiting risk by creating open dialogue.
 Topic 3: F*@%ing with your Offensive Consultant is a CVSS of 11.

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Michael Aguilar @Dataclast

I break into things and I love what I do. I work for Secureworks Adversary Group and love researching new and inventive ways to do interesting things at work. I also love analyzing Medical Devices for security flaws.