I Survived Drupalgeddon: How Hackers Took Over My Site, What I Did About It, And How You Can Stay Safe

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Rated 4

Anonymous at 00:48 on 22 Mar 2015

Interesting presentation. I wish the link to the live presentation and program materials was on this page. I missed the link in the beginning and couldn't see the text on the projection sometimes.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 20:35 on 22 Mar 2015

Charming and entertaining speaker. Good story telling, and Matt stopped to check for understanding periodically. Good catch on remembering inclusive language - appreciated! One note: arm movement reads as energetic and engaged, but leg bending can be distracting as it makes your head (which we're watching) bob. Thank you for sharing your important learning experience in such a fun way. Q&A was very interesting too. It's great when there are people with insight in the audience.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 20:35 on 22 Mar 2015

Charming and entertaining speaker. Good story telling, and Matt stopped to check for understanding periodically. Good catch on remembering inclusive language - appreciated! One note: arm movement reads as energetic and engaged, but leg bending can be distracting as it makes your head (which we're watching) bob. Thank you for sharing your important learning experience in such a fun way. Q&A was very interesting too. It's great when there are people with insight in the audience.

Great talk! Usually I don't like live demos in talks as they mess up the pacing, but this really drove the point home about how bad Drupalgeddon was, and how easily it could be exploited.

The presentation was well organized and well presented. The best part of the session was the discussion that followed. It was a room full of informed and engaged Drupal professionals. This is want we come to camps for!