by Anton Chuvakin | July 9, 2013 | Comments Off on Come to Catalyst 2013 Conference!
Yes, I *know* it is the same time as BlackHat! But come on, you can learn something useful besides infosec at Catalyst – and some of the presentations will be as exciting as those at BlackHat (promise!)
With that out of the way, let me tempt you with some of our team awesome presentations planned for Gartner Catalyst 2013:
- “Detecting Advanced Malware and the Attacks That Keep Us Awake at Night” by Ramon Krikken
- “Top 7 Most Effective Incident Detection and Response Practices and Tools” by me
- “Five Practical Steps to Securing Data in the Public Cloud” by Ramon Krikken
- “To the Point: Deception-Based Security is Baaaaack!” by me
- “How to Use Containers to Secure Sensitive Information” by Eric Maiwald
- “Defending Your Virtual Gates: Security and SDN” by Eric Maiwald
- “To the Point: Why You Should Love Mobile Device Security” by Mario de Boer
- “Forget MDM: Infusing Custom Mobile Applications With Security and Identity” by Ramon Krikken
Keep in mind that Gartner (formerly Burton) Catalyst Conference is not a security conference and offers a fun mix of security and non-security topics as well as good integrated coverage of identity, mobile, cloud as well as traditional enterprise IT architecture topics.
- Speaking at Gartner Catalyst Conference 2013
- Catalyst for identity professionals: We’ve got both kinds of content! by Ian Glazer
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