Attending Defcon and Black Hat can make you feel a bit like a deer in a forest full of hunters.
With virus-infected USB drives, Wi-Fi network sniffing, badges with built-in microphones and even security experts getting hacked, it seems like it's only a matter of time until your number comes up if you're not careful.
I asked some security experts for suggestions on what they do to protect themselves at the events and here is what they said.
Do's: Have minimal software on your laptop, such as only the operating system and necessary applications.
Make a backup … Read more