DeepSec 2013 Schedule is Final!

René Pfeiffer/ September 22, 2013/ Administrivia, Conference, Schedule

The schedule for DeepSec 2013 is final. We had to rearrange some talks, because not all of the speakers we selected confirmed their appearance (that’s real life interference; we hope to see them at some future DeepSec events). The topics look great! We hope you get as much restless nights worrying about your data and infrastructure as we do! ☺

The workshop line-up is especially impressive. It now features 9 trainings in total. Two of the trainings are one day courses, so it might be easier to convince your workload to squeeze some lectures by experts into your busy schedule. This year’s workshops allow you to learn about attacking GSM networks (and thus their clients!), web applications (and their clients too), people (don’t pick up the phone!), IDS/IPS systems (we bet you never saw it coming!), apps on mobile devices (insecurity to go), and your business continuity (pop goes your infrastructure!). Plus we have a neat lab workshop where you can cook your own exploits in case you need a fresh start. So we really present you a true „Cyberwar“ Boot Camp™ to take over the world or to defend against the evil ninjas all over the Net – ethical hacking included, of course.

There are even more good news: The early bird tariff still applies until 25 September 2013! So if you get your tickets now, you can spend the money you saved at the hotel bar with us to discuss the lighter side of information security. We hope to meet you at DeepSec 2013!

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About René Pfeiffer

System administrator, lecturer, hacker, security consultant, technical writer and DeepSec organisation team member. Has done some particle physics, too. Prefers encrypted messages for the sake of admiring the mathematical algorithms at work.


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