For those of you who are interested, there are a number of security conferences coming up over the next few months.
These include the Infosec World Conference & Expo 2009 run by the MIS Training Institute and held in Orlando, Florida. The conference starts on the 7th March with two days of optional training sessions, followed by 3 days of conference and then another 2 days of optional training.
InfoSec World 2009 will deliver over 100 sessions, dozens of case studies, multiple tracks (including a brand-new, hands-on hacking techniques track delivered by The SANS Institute), 15 in-depth workshops, 2 co-located summits and over 140 exhibitors! For more information about the conference and to register, click here.
Another interesting conference is Black Hat. Black Hat DC just finished, and Black Hat Europe starts on the 14th April and will held in Amsterdam. Black Hat has 4 separate briefing tracks, which are Hardware and Embedded Devices, Reverse Engineering and Malware, Client Wars and Application Security, Forensics and Network Protection with lots of different sessions in each track delivering up to date and relevant information on the latest security issues.
For more information about this conference and to register, click here.