Once again we offer you a mix of technical and less technical information security topics covered by speakers that live and breathe information security every day.
We and the volunteer team are working hard to make this event a worthwhile celebration of our 5th anniversary and have therefor extended the early bird conditions to June 15th.
Justine Aitel - (TBD)
Dan Guido - (TBD)
Aloria - .NET: The Framework, the Myth, the Legend
Tiago Balgan Henriques - Realtime analysis and visualization of internet status : from malware to compromised machines.
Robert Graham - Data-plane networking
Jake Valletta - CobraDroid
David Perez/Jose Pico - Geolocation of GSM mobile devices, even if they do not want to be found.
Russ Gideon - Paint by Numbers vs. Monet
Arron Finnon - NIDS/NIPS : What is the OSNIF project?
Erin Jacobs - Taking the BDSM out of PCI-DSS through open-source solutions
Gene Kim, Alex Hutton, David Mortman, Kris Buytaert, Patrick Debois - A panel on DevOPS and Security
Stephane Chenette - Firedrill : offensive defense to better protect your network.
Vaagu Toukharian - HTTP Time Bandit
Ioannis Koniaris - Analyzing Internet Attacks with Honeypots
Christopher Lytle - Crypto by example - A hands-on cryptography workshop
Carlos G. Prado - Automating RE with Python
Sandor Pereiro de Melo - Kudo : Post Mortem Forensic Analysis with FLOSS tools 2.0
Willi Ballenthin/Michael Sikorski - Winter Cluster: Builiding a malware 'agglomerator'
Didier Stevens - Advanced Excel Hacking
(more workshops to be confirmed !!)