The full schedule of speakers and workshops now released
The 12th edition of hack.lu, taking place on October 18-20 at Alvisse Parc Hotel Luxembourg, is again a not-to-miss international event for all the computer security, privacy and information technology experts.
Some Key Talks
The impressive line up of speakers and workshops will cover various topics about computer security, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implication on society. This year’s talks include technical demonstrations, for instance on “how to remotely exploit and attack seismological networks” or a previous Defcon talk on “Cyber Grand Shellphish: Shellphish and the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge”. Wayne and Sun Huang will unveil the attack chain of Russian-speaking cybercriminals. There will also be familiar names like Stefan Esser giving “An in-depth view into the iOS Kernel Vulnerabilities abused by PEGASUS”. Mahsa Alimardani, the Iran editor for Global Voices and Iranian-Canadian Internet researcher will explain the need to bridge the relationship between the practices of change actors and the decisions of technologists to ensure that they inform the technologies and digital security guidelines given to them - not the other way.
The full agenda can be found here: https://2016.hack.lu/agenda/
Quinn Norton, a journalist of Hackers, Bodies, Technologies and Internets will give a keynote talk about how small adversaries and digital literacy quietly affect the whole security landscape, and how we can make it better. Read the full interview here: https://2016.hack.lu/blog/Keynote-Interview/
The 12th Capture The Flag
The Capture the Flag (CTF) will again be held by FluxFingers, the CTF Team of Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany). This will be the 12th hack.lu CTF, and the 7th held by FluxFingers. This security contest is a key highlight of the conference and aims to give participants experience in securing a machine, as well as conducting and reacting to real world type of attacks.
The 2nd MISP Summit
The hack.lu will open on Monday 17th with a side event: the second MISP (Malware Information Sharing Platform & Threat Sharing ) Summit. For more information: https://2016.hack.lu/misp-summit
Last year’s edition gathered more than 400 attendees, hurry up, there are just a few free spots left. To register: https://2016.hack.lu/info/
For more please contact the hack.lu team at: firstname.lastname@example.org