TREsPASS Social Engineering Award 2015: Winning proposal uses login credential acquisition for gaining physical access to laptop
The TREsPASS Social Engineering Award ceremony took place at the Computer Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference in Brussels, 27-29. January 2016.
The winner of the award was David Kelm from IT-SEAL who submitted a proposal about login credential acquisition for gaining physical access to a laptop. The full submission can be found here. The second and third places went to Uwe Schmalfeld from City of Nuremberg’s IT department in Germany: “The White Knight – All’s Well that Ends Well”, and Peter Carmichael from Newcastle University in the UK: “Social Engineering Proposal using MINDSPACE”.
The full jury report is also available online.
TREsPASS thanks all contributors and congratulates the winners!