Home page logo
/

fulldisclosure logo Full Disclosure mailing list archives

CanSecWest 2009 Speakers and Dojo courses (Mar 14-20)
From: Dragos Ruiu <dr () kyx net>
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2009 18:42:20 -0800

Final Speaker Lineup for CanSecWest 2009 (March 18-20):
===============================================

The Smart-Phones Nightmare - Sergio 'shadown' Alvarez

Getting into the SMRAM: SMM Reloaded - Loíc Duflot

Network design for effective HTTP traffic filtering - Jeff "rfp"  
Forristal, Zscaler

Ninja Scanning - Fyodor, Insecure.org

On Approaches and Tools for Automated Vulnerability Analysis - Tanmay  
Ganacharya & Nikola Livic & Abhishek Singh & Swapnil Bhalode & Scott  
Lambert, Microsoft

Kicking It Old School: No DNS Packets Were Harmed In The Making Of  
This Presentation - Dan Kaminski, IOActive

Binary Clone Wars: Software Whitelisting for Malware Prevention and  
Coordinated Incident Response. - Shane Macaulay, Sean Comeau, and  
Derek Callaway, Security Objectives

.NET Rootkits - Erez Metula

The Evolution of Microsoft's Exploit Mitigations - Matt Miller and Tim  
Burrell, Microsoft

An overview of the state of videogame console security. - Victor Muñoz

A Look at a Modern Mobile Security Model: Google's Android - Jon  
Oberheide

Bug classes we have found in *BSD, OS X and Solaris kernels - Christer  
Oberg and Neil Kettle, Convergent Network Solutions

Multiplatform Iphone/Android Shellcode, and other smart phone  
insecurities - Alfredo Ortega and Nico Economou, Core

Platform-independent static binary code analysis using a meta-assembly  
language - Sebastian Porst & Thomas "halvar" Dullien, zynamics

Persistent BIOS Infection - Anibal Sacco & Alfredo Ortega, Core

Decompiling Dalvik and other JavaFX - Marc Schoenefeld

Automated Real-time and Post Mortem Security Crash Analysis and  
Categorization - Jason Shirk & Dave Weinstein, Microsoft

SSL, The Sequel: MD5 collisions and EV certificates - Alexander  
Sotirov & Mike Zusman

Exploiting Unicode-enabled software - Chris Weber

Chinese Infosec & Malware Overview - Wei "icbm" Zhao, 365menshen

Hacking Macs for Fun and Profit - Dino Dai Zovi & Charlie Miller

...and a variety of lightning talks...


Security Masters Dojo courses (March 14-17):
====================================

Metasploit: Asymmetric Warfare - H D Moore, BreakingPoint Systems

Advanced Honeypots - Thorsten Holz

IPv6 Network Security - Nico Fishbach & Guillaume Valadon, COLT & CNRS

Ultimate Web Hacking (One Day Edition) - Mike Andrews, Foundstone

TCP/IP Network Security In Depth - Andrea Barisani, inverse path

Effective Fuzzing using the Peach Fuzzing Platform - Michael  
Eddington, Leviathan Security

Secure Java Programming and Auditing - Marc Schoenefeld

Practical 802.11 WiFi (In)Security - Cédric Blancher, EADS

Q/SSE Qualified/ Software Security Expert Certification Bootcamp -  
Security University

Q/SA Qualified Security Analyst Penetration Tester - Security University

Advanced Linux Hardening - Andrea Barisani & Jay Beale, inverse path &  
Intelguardians

Physical Security and Lock Technology - Deviant Ollam

The Exploit Laboratory - Advanced Edition - Saumil Shah, Net-Square

Mastering the Network with Scapy - Phillipe Biondi, EADS


Pwn2Own Contests:
================

There will be TWO Pwn2Own contests this year.
Generous cash prize(s) for exploits will be sponsored by Tipping Point,
and  a Sony VAIO P fresh from Japan and a new loaded Apple Macbook
will be amongst the prizes.

The targets this year will be mobile smart-phones, and browsers.

Mobile targets:
        iPhone
        Android
        Symbian
        RIM/BlackBerry
        Windows Mobile

Browser Targets:
        IE8
        FF3
        Safari
        Opera

The contest will like in previous years feature a progressively  
expanding attack surface over the three day duration of the 
conference. Final prizes and rules will be announced shortly.

Post-Conference Whistler Expedition:
=============================

We have secured some rooms at good rates at the Westin in Whistler 
and reserved a cluster of four, 3-5 bedroom, cabins for the weekend 
after the conference. Contact dr () kyx net if you wish to be included 
in the planning, final accommodation rates will be announced shortly.

Conference Hotel Block:
===================

The room rates at the Sheraton Wall Center hotel where the conference
is being held have been reduced from $183 to $169, and still includes
a waived $15/day free internet access in the rate.


Tenth Anniversary Gala Event:
========================

Since this is our tenth anniversary for the conference, we will 
be having a party on Thursday night. Venue TBD. We're pretty 
sure there will be a cake. No word yet on whether there will 
be dancers inside it. ;-)


Day-Care Facilities will be available:
=============================

As a nod to the shifting demographic of early gen. security
researchers we will be trying a new experiment this year 
and we will be providing day-care facilities for those 
traveling with kids. We will try to arrange some group
discounts with our provider once we know how many 
kids and what ages and times will have to be 
accommodated. If you are interested in this service
please send a note to yuriko () secwest com and let 
her know ages and times.

We will try to get them started on exploit writing 
courses for pre-schoolers :-). Does this mean 
we are all grown up now?


It promises to be another fun conference again this 
year. See you all there.

cheers,
--dr

-- 
World Security Pros. Cutting Edge Training, Tools, and Techniques
Vancouver, Canada  March 16-20 2009  http://cansecwest.com
pgpkey http://dragos.com/ kyxpgp

_______________________________________________
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
Charter: http://lists.grok.org.uk/full-disclosure-charter.html
Hosted and sponsored by Secunia - http://secunia.com/


  By Date           By Thread  

Current thread:
  • CanSecWest 2009 Speakers and Dojo courses (Mar 14-20) Dragos Ruiu (Feb 16)
[ Nmap | Sec Tools | Mailing Lists | Site News | About/Contact | Advertising | Privacy ]