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Socialising Security @ Riot

Socialising Security @ Riot Quick Link: Presentation here . Background In late November last year, I had the honour of following the illustrious David Rook (ex-SecurityNinja :) ) in the Owasp Dublin Chapter meeting (thanks Ow en & Owasp Ireland) . Quite a few people (mostly Chris John Riley ) reached out and said: “The presentation looks cool and I'm jealous of the cool artwork but context, need MOAR context!” From an OpSec perspective, it's not always possible to include all the context when it comes to publicising security presentations, but @Riot, the goal of the InfoSec team is to socialise security within Riot, our players, the gaming community and the security community. Tl;dr Each Rioter is responsible for their own security   Riot has posed very new challenges (for me) - Scale Volume of Incidents (i.e. a successful compromise, a leak, a ddos attack) Open policy to security ( this is the bit that will draw the crowd ) We want to