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Wed 9 April 2014 : : FIRST.org joins the 2014 workshop Sponsorship team
The honeynet project is proud to announce that the annual workshop in Warsaw will be sponsored by FIRST.org! The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST www.first.org ) is the premier organization and recognized global leader in incident response. Membership in FIRST enables incident response teams to more effectively respond to security incidents reactive as well as proactive. FIRST brings together a variety of computer security incident response teams from government, commercial, and educational organizations. FIRST aims to foster cooperation and coordination in incident prevention, to stimulate rapid reaction to incidents, and to promote information sharing among members and the community at large.
The Honeynet Project will offer 4 world-class training courses for the 2014 workshop. The topics are as follows:
1. Understanding and Mitigating Botnets by Tillmann Werner: Tillmann is a specialist in botnet takeover. His talk will take the form of a comprehensive class beginning with botnet architecture introduction, ranging from old-school centralized IRC botnets to advanced P2P botnets. Learn, using hands-on exercises, the techniques used in modern botnets to improve resilience and discussed strategies to take them down.
The Honeynet Project would like to cordially invite you to attend the 2014 Honeynet Project Security Workshop , held in Adgar Plaza Conference Center in Warsaw, Poland from 12-14 May 2014. The workshop is organized by The Honeynet Project and coordinating with CERT Polska under NASK. Interested in sponsoring the workshop, download the workshop brochure now !
As you may know, the annual workshop is a key event to bring together top information security experts from around the globe to present their research efforts as well as discuss insights and strategies to combat new emerging threats. The annual workshop held in February or March every year is a five-days event including a one-day briefing, two-days of hands-on training open to public and two-days of private meetings by invitation only.