Monday, June 13, 2011

What you can expect for the 2 days ROOTCON 5 security convention?

ROOTCON 4 participants in Manila, October 10, 2010

I’ve been receiving a lot of inquiries on what to expect during this 2 days security convention on September 9 – 10, 2011, Parklane International Hotel, Cebu City, Philippines.

So here it goes:

1) Carefully selected and approved topics from our experts who submitted their entries for our “Call for Papers”.

2) Things you want to know about the latest security concepts and tools for hacking (tools of the trade). This is to help you better equipped and up to date. After all, you hack to learn how to defend your own network. You will witness hacking at its finest by a group of security enthusiasts or IT security professionals.

3) These talks will cover demonstrations, examples and overviews of attacks, technologies used or trends. These are technical issues all security practitioners (and business owners / managers) should be aware of.

4) This event will help management decide what to do about all the technical issues surrounding security.

5) Other topics will bring to light the security and mis-configuration problems confronting organizations, network administrations, system admin and web developers to name a few who are mostly pre-occupied where security gets put off due to constant network growth and workloads.

6) ROOTCON is not a marketing event or another "That's Entertainment" security gathering. This is unique from other conferences you attended in the past.

7) Fun and interesting event that you will always remember.

8) A chance to socialize and connect with other professionals. Foster camaraderie among the attendees.

9) Affordable – high quality without the high price. Keep in mind that space is limited.

10) Offers an interesting atmosphere for demonstrating technology exploitation, software / hardware solutions and with open discussions of critical information security issues.

...and more to expect during the CON!

Join us and register now! Early bird discount is until June 30, 2011.

ROOTCON security convention only happens once a year.

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A self-confessed blogger minus the coffee. He maximizes his skills in consultancy, project management, professional networking, social media campaigns and very active in conceptualizing things. To date he already conducted several IT / Information Security events as his passion since 2007. Currently he's working as a Technical Support Specialist in a local company.

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