Today we are presenting two accepted talks from Melanie Rieback: "Social Enterprises as a Tool for Activism" & "Adventures in Spearphishing: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly"
In the current era, Activists, NGOs and charities need to reexamine the stability of (and motives behind) their funding sources. Surprisingly, business is an excellent tool that one can leverage to change the system.
She will also introduce "phishing spam", or spear fishing with an open-source spear phishing toolkit. The story has a surprising ending and an ethical and philosophical twist.
This morning, like the previous weeks, we're announcing another accepted talk: "One map to map them all" by Erik Meerburg
Many of the places where disasters occur are literally 'missing' from any map.This is where Missing Map comes in. Missing Maps is an open, collaborative project in which everybody can help to map areas where humanitarian organizations are trying to meet the needs of vulnerable people.
The SHA2017 e-paper badge is cool and in dire need of extra sponsorship!
SHA2017 has a lot of firsts. The first hacker camp at the amazing Scouting Landgoed Zeewolde, the first outdoor hacker conference to have an actual harbor, and we would like it to be the first Dutch event to have an electronic badge that is readable in direct sunlight. But making badges is a tough and expensive job, and to accomplish the goal of an SHA badge, we need your help.