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Adam Schaal, Director of Enterprise Security

Adam Schaal has an extensive background in both development and application security. As he has experienced both sides of making and breaking applications, he is able to relate to both audiences. Adam enjoys contributing to information security projects such as the CTF platform redctf and the malicious cable implant O.MG-Cable. He is also very active in his local security community as a founder of Kernelcon, a mid-size information security conference, and DEF CON 402, a local DEF CON group. Adam works out of Omaha, Nebraska, one of the least likely places in the United States to encounter shark attacks or suffer altitude sickness.

Bounty Hunters Wanted: The Contrast Security Bug Bounty Program

A few years ago, Contrast Security launched a private, “invite-only” bug bounty program focused on Contrast Protect. We served up a vulnerable application and then we instrumented it with Contrast Protect. We subsequently invited researchers to..

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Tips and Tactics for Creating Your Own Capture-the-Flag Event

Making Security Awareness Fun

Is your security awareness training program effective and making a difference? Does it fully engage your staff? What about your technical employees, such as developers and engineers? Do they view the accompanying..

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