In case you haven’t heard yet, HITBSecConf is hosting the first European Edition of their conference in Amsterdam during 1st-2nd July ’10. The history of the HITB conferences can be traced back to 2002, the year in which the first ever edition of HITB took place in Malaysia. Since then, HITB has grown to become the biggest technical computer security event in Asia and has extended their presence to the Middle East and now Europe. [...]
The Black Hat Europe 2008 event took place on the 27th and 28th of March. In this post, you will be able to find information regarding my talk and research.
My presentation was titled Client-side Security. Here is the abstract:
The event was very interesting and very well organized. I met a lot of people and had very interesting discussions all together. You can download the conference materials from here. The paper is located here and the slides over here. [...]
I am just using the opportunity to let everybody (mainly pals who expect to see me there) know that I am heading off to Black Hat Europe 2008 in Amsterdam (as usual).
Supposedly, there are four full tracks for two days but I can see only two – or is that four track for two days – sounds more like it? I am speaking in track two on the first day, first slot, of the event, starting at 10:00 and finishing at 11:15, if everything goes as planned. [...]