End of November, Bucharest will be host city for various conferences and training environments dedicated to cyber security and hacking prevention.

Organized by Cyber Security Research Center from Romania – CCSIR between 25th and 29th of November, DefCamp 2014 is the most important conference on Hacking & Information Security in Central Eastern Europe. The goal is bringing hands-on talks about latest research and practices from the cybersecurity field, involving more than 600 announced participants, security specialists, entrepreneurs, and interested peoples from academic, private and public sectors, and an impressive number of VIP speakers, like Paul de Souza – Director of CSFI (Cyber Security Forum Initiative) and Mika Lauhde – Vice President, Government Relations and Business Development – SSH Communication Security.

More about DefCamp tradition, main goals and participants at: http://ccsir.org/defcamp-2014-5th-edition-of-the-international-hacking-and-information-security-conference-in-romania/

digital-forensics-defcamp-200x200For this 5th DefCamp edition, the main news are coming from a comprehensive program of workshop and training sessions organized with the support of impressive task force of cyber-security communities:

  • Cyber Warfare Operations & Design, Bucharest 25th-27th of November – training aimed to provide general understanding of large spectrum of cyberspace operations, organized for the first time in CEE region with the full support of Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI) – the biggest US security experts organization with over 50,000 members. More info about Cyber Warfare Operations & Design and Registration: http://defcamp.ro/introduction-to-cyber-warfare-and-operations-design-workshop-at-defcamp-bucharest-romania/
  • Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), Bucharest 26th of November – organized in collaboration with The Security Brokers, this course goal is to provide knowledge about the world of intelligence, related disciplines, and then focus on the analysis of open sources and its practical applications. More about the course and Registration at: http://defcamp.ro/open-source-intelligence-osint-training/
  • Digital Forensics, Bucharest 27th of November – also organized by CCSIR in collaboration with The Security Brokers, this training provides a basic knowledge on methodologies and techniques which should be used when dealing with the extraction and analysis of data from digital media – hard drives, memory cards, USB sticks, etc. More info about Digital Forensics workshop and Registration on Agora Group site: http://www.agora.ro/conferinta/curs-digital-forensics

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