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Re: [FD] Announcing NorthSec 2017 CFP + Reg - Montreal, May 16-21



NorthSec's training sessions are announced!

https://www.nsec.io/training-sessions/

Attacking the Web: With Great Power Comes Great Vulnerabilities
<https://www.nsec.io/2017/01/attacking-the-web-training_with-great-power-comes-great-vulnerabilities/>
By: Philippe Arteau of FindSecurityBugs and .Net Security Guard open source
projects

An advanced Web application security class covering topics such as Advanced
XSS (DOM, Angular, CSP-Bypass), malicious file formats upload (beyond Web
shells), SSRF, XXE, Template injection, Deserialization bugs, HQL
injection, ActiveRecord Injection and Padding Oracle Attacks.

Malware and Memory Forensics
<https://www.nsec.io/2017/01/malware-and-memory-forensics-training/>
By: Michael Ligh of the Volatility framework

A 3-day version of their already popular 5-day Malware and Memory Forensics
<https://www.memoryanalysis.net/memory-forensics-training> class. For the
first time at a Canadian conference.

Hosted in Montreal, Canada
May 15th to the 17th

evade the US for a few days ;)

On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 1:28 PM Pierre-David Oriol - Northsec Conference <
conference AT nsec.io> wrote:

> www.nsec.io - northsec.eventbrite.ca
>
> NorthSec 2017, one of the biggest applied security event in Canada,
> coming up in Montreal in May 2017:
>
> May 16-17 - Professional Training Sessions - Syllabus Announced Soon
> May 18-19 - Security Conference & Workshops
> May 19-21 - The biggest 48H on-site CTF in North America, with 350+
> attendees
>
> * We are looking for great speakers to submit to our 2017 CFP at
> http://www.nsec.io/cfp
>
> Subjects covered range from Application & Infrastructure security :
> pentesting, network security, software and/or hardware exploitation,
> web hacking, reverse engineering, malware/virii/rootkits or anything
> low-level that makes your personal clock tick!
>
> We also will talk about cryptography & obfuscation, from theoretical
> cryptosystems to applied cryptography exploitation, cryptocurrencies,
> steganography and covert communication systems, anything goes!
>
> Society & Ethics issues will be part of the show, since technical
> subjects are at the core of the security field, but they also exist in
> a world of humans, affected by their social environment & political
> context. If you want to exchange great ideas about the digital society
> and it's security implications, NorthSec's the place!
>
> * Registration for the event is up at http://northsec.eventbrite.ca
> (and 50% OFF for a limited time)
>
> ----
> About NorthSec :
>
> For the last years, NorthSec has been building one of the biggest
> applied security event in Canada, aimed at raising the knowledge and
> technical expertise of professionals and students alike.
> We are determined to create a high quality security forum by combining
> professional training sessions, a high quality security conference by
> the brightest in their field of expertise, followed by an intense 48
> hour on-site CTF contest.
>
> All of this in the great city of Montreal, often cited as one of the
> best party/hedonistic city & often named as the best traveller's
> choice in North America.
>
> The 2016 Conference sessions are available on YouTube:
>
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvOOgVrvWtY&list=PLuUtcRxSUZUpg-z0MkDrFrwMiiFMVr1yI
>
> Challenges running one of the biggest on-site CTF:
> https://www.stgraber.org/2015/12/08/northsec-behind-the-scenes/
>
> ----
> The NorthSec Team (a.k.a D0lorezH4ze & samsepi0l).
> https://www.nsec.io
> https://www.twitter.com/@northsec_io
> https://www.facebook.com/northsec.io
>
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