CrestCon and IISP Congress 2013

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CrestCon and IISP Congress 2014

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 from 09:00 to 18:00

Royal College of Surgeons
35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields

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Following on from a highly successful first joint CREST and IISP event that attracted over 300 delegates from the information security industry, we are delighted to announce CRESTCon & IISP Congress 2014.

CRESTCon & IISP Congress is a unique event that brings together leading technical, business and academic experts to address the most critical information security threats and challenges, as well as to collaborate and harness industry knowledge and experience.

Designed for security professionals and industry experts concerned with governance and risk and interested in best practice, tools and techniques, attendance is open to members of IISP and CREST, as well as to delegates from the wider information security community.

The conference has two speaker tracks and delegates are free to move between them.

Full details of stream 1 are available to download here, but the presentations are: Mike Sloss, Thales - (In)Security Cameras; Paul Pratley, Verizon - The world of cyber crime and espionage; Andy Davis, NCC Group - Fuzzing the easy way, using Zulu; Simon Clow, Context - Exploiting Hardware Management Subsystems; Penny Allan, BAE Systems Detica - Targeted Attack Evolution; Kyriakos Economou, Portcullis - MalWar Z; Robin Fewster, Selex ES- A 360 degree view on penetration testing; James Campbell, PwC - Cyber Threats - intrusion war stories from the front lines. Stream 2 will be announced shortly.

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