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Hacking, the Bad and the Good


Monday, October 22, 2012 from 7:30 PM to 11:45 PM (CEST)

Hacking, the Bad and the Good

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ResearchTalks is back in October, and this time, mind your data, because we will talk about hacking!

For this panel, we have invited the father of smart card protection, a hacker who developed a system to listen to conversation on GSM network by using cheap cell phones and open source softwares, a researcher in cybercrime and Chairman of the Cyber Security Commission of the European Corporate Security Association, the Director of the Belgian FFII, fighting for free competition and open standards in data processing, a detective chief inspector at the Federal Computer Crime Unit who will give a demo on how users can leak privacy using some common devices and other speakers that will give us more insight on hacking. As usual, we will have the opportunity to interact afterwards during a debate and a networking drink.



19.00 – 19.30: Registration

19:30 – 21:00: Talks

21:00 – 21:45: Discussion

21:45 – 23:45: Networking drink

** We recommend that you arrive 20 minutes early.**


- Sylvain Munaut, « Have you been listening? Because we have »

- Jean-Jacques Quisquater, « Hacking in name of normal people »

- Yves Vandermeer, « How we broke our own privacy »

- Benjamin Henrion, « Status of the EU directive, Hacking IT systems to become a criminal offence »

- Filip Maertens, « Cybercrimes Business »

- Antoine Perdaens, « Reverse Engineering and Innovation »


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When & Where

SUD 18
Croix du Sud
1348 Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve

Monday, October 22, 2012 from 7:30 PM to 11:45 PM (CEST)

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