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2014 Emerging Threats and Cyber Defense Symposium

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

2014 Emerging Threats and Cyber Defense Symposium

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By special arrangement with the caterer, Ticket Sales Extended through 8 May.
This is the LAST chance to purchase tickets!

(See full Symposium Program Guide at our website: )

Reserve your seat now on 13-14 May 2013 for the 3rd Annual Emerging Threats and Cyber Defense Symposium hosted by the Defense Industry—Cyber Threat Working Group, Inc. (DI-CTWG).

At this symposium you will have great networking opportunities and receive timely and quality training, information, and discussion from respected leaders in the fields of information assurance, security, legal, and law-enforcement. Up to fourteen (14) CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credits are available.

Last year’s event was very well received and this year is going to be even better. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided. Registration opens on March 3rd, with early-bird rates of $90 per person. After the early-bird rate expires, registration fees will increase by $10 weekly until registration closes on April 20th. This is a great bargain and an opportunity you won’t want to pass up!

This year's conference will feature 2 days of sessions led by recognized security experts and is aimed at helping security practitioners better understand current and emerging cyber threats and what they can do to defend against these threats. We've asked each speaker to go beyond an academic definition of the problem space to present the unique threats/challenges in that space, and most importantly, share tactics, techniques, and best practices that help mitigate those threats.

Our audience includes professionals from defense contractors, critical infrastructure companies, government organizations, law enforcement, and IT security and research organizations.

Conference Topics include:

  • Special Guest Presentationby Ira Winkler.


  • Lessons from a Red Team Pen Testerdiscover what it’s like to hack dozens of companies and not go to jail & gain valuable lessons to implement at your company.

  • Mobile Device Forensics Practicaltake a deep dive into mobile forensics & learn how to wipe your old device before selling it on eBay.

  • Email Protection and Mitigation as a Key Defense Elementlearn key defense strategies to protect your email & become a stronger link in your company’s defenses.

  • Internet Profiling and Cyber Reconnaissancearm yourself with PacketNinja knowledge to better protect yourself, your company and your family.

  • Security versus Privacy in ITget a ringside seat to a fastpaced, epic, rapid-fire exchange between two thought leaders as they faceoff in a timely debate focused on Internet Security vs. Privacy.

  • Financial Payment Network Threats and Mitigationhear how the US Secret Service “follows the money” trail to arrest some of the most notorious cyber criminals.

  • Intelligence Collection in Support of IT Operationsincorporate the “to know your enemy, you must become your enemy” axiom to provide another layer in an effective defenseindepth strategy.

  • Legal Matterslearn the legal ins & outs necessary to successfully prosecute a computer crime and how to handle evidence so that it is admissible in court.

  • "Maliciousness"Sounds like a great new dessert, but what does it really mean
    and how do you really know?

  • FBI Case Studytrack the epic journey of the SpyEye botnet’s rise and fall and explore approaches to conducting botnet investigations and takedowns.

  • Q and A Panelget your burning questions answered from leading experts!

Event sponsors include: The National Classification Management Society (NCMS)—Georgia Chapter 16, Scientific Research Corporation (SRC), Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Company (LMCO), Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), and the Atlanta Division of The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).


(See full Symposium Program Guide at our website: )

Have questions about 2014 Emerging Threats and Cyber Defense Symposium? Contact the organizer

When & Where

Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center
250 14th Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

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