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Black Hat Tokyo + DC and Europe CfPs now open.
From: Jeff Moss <jmoss () blackhat com>
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 16:31:20 -0700
We've finalized the speaker lineup for Black Hat Japan 2007, and we're looking forward to a great show. Attendees will
be treated to a roster with more variety and depth than ever.
The schedule and speaker bios are available on-line at:
As always, we've worked hard to create a show with timely, technical content and a broad range of topics. Some
highlights of this year's program include:
* A talk from Pedram Amini and Aaron Portnoy from Tipping Point about the Sulley fuzzing framework - a game changing,
free, highly automated fuzzing suite.
* A talk from Halvar Flake, world-class reverse engineer and one of Black Hat's most sought-after speakers entitled
"Automated Unpacking and Malware Classification."
* Brandon Baker of Microsoft will be speaking on the very timely topic of the security model of Windows Server
Virtualization in Windows Server 2008.
Please bear in mind that on-line registration closes October 15, and it is a good idea to sign up now to avoid waiting
in the long on site registration lines.
The Briefings will once again be held in the Keio Plaza Hotel in Tokyo, on Thursday, October 25 and Friday, October
26. On site registration begins at 09:00 both days.
In other news:
Presentations and white papers from Black Hat USA 2007 are on line, with audio and video coming soon. To know as soon
as new content comes on-line, subscribe to our RSS feed at
The Black Hat D.C. and Black Hat Amsterdam Call for Papers is now open.
The focus this year for Black Hat D.C. will be both on Offensive tools, techniques, and related technology as well as
wireless and near field security. A more detailed CfP will be released next week.
See you in Tokyo!