More and more known enterprises reach out ot me these days, asking theirselves if they have a huge problem with their scanned documents. Others are already certain thay actually have a huge problem, some of them in security critical contexts. All have in common that they understandably are afraid of publicity. Affected companies normally have three goals:
- They want to solve the problem, if possible, retroactively
- They don't want publicity, enterprises with lots of employees don't even want the information published internally
- They want to stay eligible for compensations, i.e. they have to be careful not to destroy evidence by solving the problem.
At a closer look, these goals may contradict each other; even large and well-organized enterprises are prone for beginner's mistakes here. Thus, in general: Everyone who gets in touch with me requesting help to evaluate their own situation can be certain not to get his identity revealed by me. I acted this way across the entire xerox saga and I won't stop this way of acting now. My contact data can be found in the imprint.
Here is the a video of my Xerox Saga lecture on this year's Chaos Communication Congress (also embedded in this article below). Thanks a lot for all the feedback and all the lots and lots of mails I get!
Some more stuff:
- Here you can provide feedback on the talk – please do so (5 is the best, 1 is the worst).
The 31C3 lectures get streamed into the internet right there: http://streaming.media.ccc.de/ – at this place, you can listen to talks until the cows come home.
Here are again my lecture coordinates: I will be talking at December 28th in Room G. Here is my talk abstract. As the abstract is in German here is what the talk will be about, and here is the 31C3 roadmap.