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== DeepSec In-Depth Security Conference 2009 =E2=80=9ETripleSec=E2=80=9D =
The third DeepSec conference is taking place between 17th and 20th November
at the Imperial Riding School Renaissance Hotel.
The in-depth security conference will include two days of security talks
during the conference and two days of trainings, covering the latest topics
in network and IT security. There will be also a comprehensive social
program around the event, including a dinner for speakers on the first day
of the conference and a social event for selected guests of DeepSec 2009.
== Sponsors =
We would like to thank our sponsors that have supported the conference:
Microsoft, Sourcefire, Global Knowledge, The British Bookshop, Viennese
Chamber of Commerce
== Topics & Speakers =
We have published a preliminary schedule which can be found on our web site:
The topics include social engineering, security of the GSM air interface,
design of secure protocols, physical security, Web 2.0, exploit/malware
analysis & design, security awareness, abusing device drivers, #twitter
risks, attacks on smart-card secured online banking, security risks and
defence for developers, advanced database exploits, abusing firmware,
security analysis of the TCP & IP protocols, key management, incident
response, e-voting, advanced keyboard sniffing, malware for routers,
large-scale network attack simulation, cloud computing, next generation
intrusion detection/prevention, among others. We also show a demonstration
of an DoS attack against a GSM network by means of a phone with modified
== About DeepSec =
DeepSec IDSC is an annual European two-day in-depth conference on computer,
network, and application security. The DeepSec Conference will be held from
November 17th to 20th 2009 in Vienna, and aims to bring together the
world's leading security professionals from academics, government,
industry, and the underground hacking community.
In addition to the conference with presentations we will offer a selection
of two-day intense security training courses before the main conference.
DeepSec is a non-product, non-vendor-biased conference. Our aim is to
present the best research and experience from the fields' leading experts.
Target Audience: Security Officers, Security Professionals and Product
Vendors, IT Decision Makers, Policy Makers, Security-, Network-, and
Firewall Administrators, Teachers, Academic Researchers and Software
The last conference has been attended by: Ericsson, Commerzbank, Philips,
RBT, GRZ IT, IERN Sierra Leone, SAP, Improware, Telekom Austria, Microsoft,
BAWAG, T-Systems, Iphos, Sektion Eins, T-Mobile, Red Hat, SWITCH, Austrian
National Bank, Daimler, Sentrigo, University of Vienna, SEC Consult, Tech
Data, S21Sec, DHL, Bearing Point, Cygnos, wecon, YCO, Rolex SA, Austrian
National Bank, US Army, Fraunhofer Institut, Kapsch CarrierCom AG, IronPort,
Cisco, SonyDADC, T=C3=9CV Austria, Telecom Italia, Vodafone, Siemens, BAWAG,
CheckPoint, DHL, and many others.
DeepSec In-Depth Security Conference organisation team:
Michael Kafka, DeepSec GmbH
Ren=C3=A9 Pfeiffer, DeepSec GmbH
Initiated by Paul B=C3=B6hm, DeepSec GmbH
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