We’re getting ready for our 10th Annual Secure360 Conference! To get you ready too, here are our top 10 picks for sessions you do not want to miss at this year’s conference:
- Lock forensics: Methods of entry and analysis (Full-day, pre-conference session, May 11): Not only will you learn to pick a lock, Schuyler Towne will teach you how to examine evidence from a picked lock.
- Introduction to penetration testing (Half-day, pre-conference session, May 11): Andrew Bonstrom and John McLeod team up to give you an understanding of basic network penetration testing tools, techniques and methodologies.
- Stealing your identity: Identity theft (May 12): This keynote by none other than Frank Abagnale will bring you up-to-date on the latest methods used in the crime of identity theft. Hear his story and learn how he’s helping others when it comes to cracking down on identity theft.
- Medical device security: Infection prevention (May 12): This in-depth presentation by Scott Erven explores 3 years of research showing numerous medical devices and healthcare organizations are vulnerable to attack.
- Everything I have managed to learn about computer security in 25 years (May 12): Marcus Ranum shares detailed tricks and some meta-analysis for how to think about security systematically.
- Active shooter prevented: Evaluating a close call (May 12): Learn how to effectively stop a potential active shooter when Drew Neckar outlines a close call.
- Kinetic pwnage: Obliterating the line between computers and the physical world (May 13): Our day 2 keynote Ed Skoudis will explain how the separation of computer from the kinetic world is evaporating by analyzing shifts, looking at actual attacks against the power grid, water systems, transportation infrastructure and more.
- Disrupt incidence response with human intelligence (May 13): Rohyt Belani helps attendees level the playing field when it comes to phishing attacks by developing response mechanisms that minimize damage.
- Elevator hacking: From the pit to the penthouse (May 13): In this in-depth explanation of how elevators work, Deviant Ollam will help you understand security risks posed by elevators.
- Globalization: Becoming a global BC leader (May 13): Bryan Strawser will teach attendees successful strategies and leadership used by other companies to lead through similar globalization efforts.
The sessions mention above are only a quick glimpse into the educational sessions and topics we already have planned for this year’s Secure360 Conference. Check out the full list of break-out sessions our website. Which sessions are on your top 10 list?