Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Last Call for DeepSec IDSC 2008 in Vienna

The DeepSec In Depth Security Conference is happy to announce the planned
schedule for this year's event from November 11th to 14th in Vienna, Austria.

The schedule (which can be found at covers a
range of topics including botnet analysis, web application security, malware
detection/analysis, legal and administrative issues, secure coding and code
review, hardware and firmware attacks, attacking/hardening databases, social
engineering, dealing with rich Internet applications (RIAs) and, of course,
the Digital Armageddon (coming soon to a server near you).

Key speakers include:

- Adam Laurie (
- Ivan Krstić (
- Johnny Long (
- Gadi Evron (

In addition Matt Jonkman will present a new project about the development of
a next-generation intrusion detection and prevention engine. Feedback of the
community is highly welcome!

Registration is open at:
Please make sure to book your tickets in time, we have only a _limited_ number!

We also offer two days of in-depth workshops on selected topics, designed for
software developers, security researchers and sysadmins:

‣ Improving Code with Destructive Data (Heikki Kortti and Jukka Taimisto)
‣ Security Audit and Hardening of Java based Software (Marc Schoenefeld)
‣ The Exploit Laboratory (Saumil Udayan Shah)
‣ Design and Implementation of Security Awareness Campaigns (Stefan Schumacher)
‣ Advanced Malware Deobfuscation (Scott Lambert)
‣ Protocol and Traffic Analysis for Snort Signature (Matt Jonkman)
‣ Secure Application Coding for Enterprise Software (Vimal Patel)

The DeepSec IDSC is sponsored by, Cisco, Microsoft, Sec Consult, Global
Knowledge Austria/Germany and IronPort.

DeepSec Organisation Team.

Internet Access at the conference is provided by:

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