Vice Principal and Principal Scientist, Comodo Group Inc.Phillip Hallam-Baker is an internationally recognized computer security specialist and is credited with 'significant contributions' to the design of HTTP 1.0, the core protocol of the World Wide Web. Hallam-Baker’s first book 'dotCrime Manifesto: How to Stop Internet Crime' sets out the first technical blueprint for how to make the Web and the Internet a less crime permissive environment by introducing accountability controls for transactions that require them. He made significant contributions to core Internet security protocols, including XKMS, SAML, WS-Security, WS-Trust and KEYPROV. He has participated in standards groups in IETF, W3C and OASIS and played a key role in establishing Extended Validation certificates.
Phillip’s sessions at Europe 2012
- USA 2013
Cracked SSL? - STAR-108 Europe 2012