I was fortunate to be invited to demonstrate Open Secure Wireless (also named Secure Open Wireless Networking -SOWN- by the IBM folks) at Black Hat in the Arsenal Tool/Demo area along side a couple really cool guys - Tom Cross from IBM and Takehiro Takahashi. This has received some good press including Slashdot, SearchSecurity, and a mention in eWEEK.
Following the demo Tom has also released the proof of concept code for SOWN under GPLv2 along with our presentation on a post at the ISS Frequency X Blog.
Next I will be presenting Open Secure Wireless at Security B-Sides Missouri (BsidesMO) in Jefferson City on October 21st.
Finally, if you work at or have contacts in the wireless product development groups at Microsoft, Apple, Cisco, etc., or large wireless hotspot providers like AT&T, Google, or a university please contact me. I'd love to have the opportunity to make the case for how a few small code changes can make things better for everyone.