Infosec Island's Javvad Malik was fortunate to catch up with Dr. Ken Baylor at Black Hat Europe 2012 in Amsterdam recently.
Baylor is widely recognized as a leader in Bank Security, IT Security and Regulatory Compliance, and conducted a session designed to teach attendees how to defend against botnets like those used to spread the Zeus Trojan by understanding how to build them.
Javvad's coverage of Black Hat Europe courtesy of Infosec Island and NETpeas.
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