BruCON – Belgium's First Security Conference
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BruCON, Belgium's first security conference is back for it's third edition on 19-22 September. After witnessing greater success in the past two years, this year's event is expected to attract more then 400 people from around Europe.
BruCON conference aims to create bridge between the various actors active in computer security world, included but not limited to hackers, security professionals, security communities, non-profit organizations, CERTs, students, law enforcement agencies,academic researchers, etc.
BruCON is organized as a non-profit event by volunteers. A group of security enthusiasts decided that it was time in Belgium to have its own security conference. A lot of countries around the world already had these kind of conferences to discuss and present research on computer security and related subject matters. This group of volunteers wanted Belgium not to be the last to have a similar conference.
The event features more then 27 speakers including a keynotes with Haroon Meer (,South-Africa) and Alex Hutton (Verizon Business, United States), presentations from Stefan Friedli (scip AG, Switzerland), Ian Amit (Aladdin, Israel), Didier Stevens (Belgium), Joe McCray (Strategic Security, US) and many more.
Conference Highlights
Conferance: 19th & 20th Sep 2011
Training: 21st & 22nd Sep 2011
Venue: Vrije Universiteit Brussel – Brussel (Belgium)

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