San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
300 participants - 30 speakers and trainings - 3 days
100 top information security experts
Only once a year do these 100 top information security experts from around the world converge at a single location to share their latest research and tools with the information security community. This year marks the 14th annual Honeynet Project workshop, to be held in Stavanger, Norway from May 18th through May 20th, 2015.
This is the place where you get real security talks, no commercials and directly from those working with it! No boxes to sell, only open-source security tools for free!
Expect 350+ information security experts
This year in Stavanger we expect 350+ information security experts and corporate leaders to join together with Honeynet Project experts to learn and share newly developed tools, recent research and key insights. The program features a full day of public briefings, two full days of technical training (which often sell out early) and a new CxO program track this year designed to focus less on technical details and more on the strategic challenges and the future of emerging cyberthreats facing industry and governments.
Come in a day earlier
The day before the workshop, 17th of May is also the national holiday of Norway. This is an extraordinarily celebration going back to 1814 when the first own constitution was made. Come in a day earlier and experience this as well! You could also bring your hiking shoes and join us on Saturday 16th of May for a day trip to the famous Pulpit rock!
The Honeynet Project is a 14-year-old not-for-profit international information security research organization working for the public good. The Project has currently fifty-three teams of security experts in forty-three countries who develop information security software tools, conduct research and share their findings and tools with the information security community.
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The Honeynet Project
The Honeynet Project, founded in 2000, is an international, non-profit (US 501c3) volunteer research organization dedicated to improving the security of the Internet. For the past 15 years, the Project has developed tools and conducted research in the information security field and provided it to the public at no cost. Examples of our work include the Know Your Enemy whitepaper series, open-source tools and forensic challenges. We are also an active Google Summer of Code participant.