The Top 50 Must-Attend Information Security Conferences (Published 2017-01-26)
Digital Guardian announce their list of the top 50 infosec conferences happening around the world in 2017, 44CON London has made the list again this year
44CON London 2016: When Hackers Meet a Corgi! (Published 2016-02-25)
A 44CON 2016 write up by one of our attendees.
Fancy Bears’ infiltration of WADA shows how hacking is changing (Published 2016-09-15)
For years, Fancy Bear was quiet about its infiltration activities – now it seems happy to shout from the rooftops. Sky News came to 44CON 2016 and talked to some of our speakers and sponsors.
The Top 50 Must-Attend Information Security Conferences (Published 2016-02-25)
Digital Guardian announce their list of the top 50 infosec conferences happening around the world in 2016, 44CON London among them
44CON 2015 write up by w1bble (Published 2015-09-24)
Post 44CON London 2015 write up and photo spread by w1bble
Risky Business #383 — Inside FireEye’s research gag (Published 2015-09-17)
A podcast from Risky Business taking a look at what happened in Germany, where FireEye sought and obtained an ex parte injunction against some security researchers over a presentation they were about to do at 44CON London 2015.
Notes from 44CON (Published 2015-09-16)
Dave Lewis, one of our speakers, talks about his experience at 44CON London 2015 and vulnerabilities disclosure.
LabTalk Episode 7: 44CON London (Published 2015-09-16)
Raytheon!Websense Podcast. In this episode Andrew Settle and Carl Leonard discuss responsible disclosure & more hot topics from this year’s 44CON London conference.
Researchers find backdoor bug in NASA rovers’ real-time OS (Published 2015-09-14)
Help Net Security reports on Yannick Formaggio‘s presentation at 44CON London 2015
Head Hacking (Published 2015-09-13)
Head hacking asked people at 44CON LONDON 2015 what’s wrong with security and made an uplifting music video about it
Help Net Security reports on FireEye censoring Felix Wilhelm‘s presentation at 44CON LONDON 2015
FireEye tried to cover up patched vulnerabilities (Published 2015-09-11)
TechEye.net reports on the row at 44CON LONDON 2015 as a US security company FireEye attempted to kill off public disclosure of a major series of vulnerabilities in its suite.