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HITB2009 – Dubai: Conference Agenda & Noteworthy Presentations

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The agenda for HITBSecConf2009 – Dubai is now online along with details on both the conference keynote sessions. There are still another 4 more weeks to grab your seats to the GCC’s premier network security event!

Keynote 1 – Philippe Langlois (Founder, Qualys / Intrinsec / TSTF)
“From Hacking, Startups to HackLabs: Global Perspective and New Fields”

Keynote 2 – Mark Curphey (Director CISG, Microsoft Corp)
“Security Cogs and Levers”

Other noteworthy papers:

# Cross Domain Leakiness: Divulging Sensitive Information and Attacking SSL Sessions – Chris Evans and Billy Rios

# VBootKit 2.0 – Attacking Windows 7 via Boot Sectors – Vipin & Nitin Kumar

# The Reverse Engineering Intermediate Language REIL and its Applications – Sebastian Porst

# Pickpocketing mWallets: A Guide to Looting Mobile Financial Services – The Grugq

# Psychotronica: Exposure, Control, and Deceit – Nitesh Dhanjani

# NKill – The Internet Killboard – Anthony ‘kugutsumen’ Zboralski

This is a new tool which gives  attackers the ability to discover interesting relationships between seemingly unrelated hosts and companies and to pull vulnerable hosts for a specific domain, company or even an entire country!


Conference Agenda:


On a related note, the conference videos from HITB2007 Malaysia that were previously available only through Bit Torrent are now available for streaming direct from Google Video:


Written by syazli7

Sat, 14 Mar 2009 at 17:55:57 +0800

Posted in Events, News

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