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With all the talk about TechDays going on recently there is another conference coming up shortly. I attended SecTor 2007 and I`ll admit it was the best con I attended last year and that includes the internal Microsoft ones I was able to attend. I was pretty happy when they asked me to participate as an advisor and have some input on the speakers. And what a group of speakers confirmed to speak!
New Keynote and Sessions Announced - click here for all the keynotes and sessions > Keynote: "Baggage: What I took with me when I "left" Computer Security" - Stephen Toulouse > Keynote: "No-Tech Hacking" - Johnny Long > "Metasploit Prime" - H D Moore > “Network Security Trends for 2009 (aka ‘not the NAC’)” – Jennifer Jabbusch > "Advanced Spear Phishing Attack Framework" - Joshua Perrymon > "Owning the Users with The Middler" - Jay Beale > "RFID Unplugged" - Eric Johanson > "Double Trouble: SQL Rootkits and Encryption" - Kevvie Fowler ... view all the sessions here
New Keynote and Sessions Announced - click here for all the keynotes and sessions
There is also a day full of pre-conference training also taking place again being delivered by some of the top security professionals in the industry.
Johnny Long put on a great session last year and I am happy to see he is back with a keynote and a training session. Dino Covotsos session on Bluetooth hacking taught me to leave Bluetooth off and forget about using it :) and H.D. Moore, of Metasploit fame, is sure to deliver some great information as well.
I am again looking forward to attending SecTor as a participant and learning what the possibilities are and how to protect against them! I hope to see some of you there and if you are coming let me know so we can connect! I`d love to hear your thoughts on security and what you learned at the event!