In logs we trust

 cars, data, embedded, forensics, government, science, security, tech  Comments Off on In logs we trust
Feb 152013
 
In logs we trust

It’s a mess. The NYT wrote a fairly scathing review of the new Tesla roadster, and Tesla fires back (summary here).  Both sides have – or feel that they have – a lot at stake here.  It would appear that there’s simply no way of telling who is telling the truth, since the system that generates the Tesla data is proprietary and who in the hell knows how it […]

cats who stare down goats

 cats, dinosaur, dinosaurs, philosophy, security, tech  Comments Off on cats who stare down goats
Sep 062012
 
cats who stare down goats

I went to the 2011 USENIX security conference… admittedly not expecting much, but wietse was going to be there, and I must say a really, really fine show.  Yes, this is ancient history now… but so am I! Most of us spend a fair bit of time encased in two tons of steel, glass, rubber and more, zipping along at high speeds without a care in the world.  In […]

DARPA, how great art thou

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Aug 272012
 
DARPA, how great art thou

I should be singing hymns or something to DARPA – the fast track program is truly amazing, or at least it has been to me. I submitted a 2nd proposal (details upcoming) and it got accepted in less than 48 hours.  Startups don’t even move that fast! Another 6 months of livelihood.  If they only gave out insurance….

DARPA Redux

 DARPA, philosophy, science, security, tech, work  Comments Off on DARPA Redux
Jan 272012
 
DARPA Redux

As previously said it looks like I know what I’ll be doing the next few months: working on a DARPA funded project that I submitted to the Cyber Fast Track (CFT) program.   I had paused because I wanted to confirm some stuff before writing more about it… here’s a brain dump of the process.  I’ll write up what I’m doing in a later bit. I’m still struck – […]

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