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Practical Security: Solutions for challenging times
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Dates: 11 - 13 May 2010

Venue: Sandton Convention Centre

Our flagship multi-track event delivers more than 30 sessions presented by the best security experts, and our exhibit hall features exhibits by more than 30 of the leading security technology and solution providers.
Programme - Day One (11 May 2010)
  The business of security – Threat horizon 2010 and beyond, legislation (PPI), risk, compliance, standards (PCI), security metrics, social networking, web application security, web services, web 2.0 and more.
Programme - Day Two (12 May 2010)
  Technical/operational security – Top 10 hacks, botnets, trojans, smartphone security, cloud computing, virtualisation, SaaS, practical return-oriented programming techniques, web application server attacks, defeating SSL, exploiting Microsoft DEP and more.
Workshops - Day Three (13 May 2010)
  Hands-on technical workshops – application security, web hacking techniques and more.

International security experts who will be at the 2010 Security Summit include:
> Joe Grand aka Kingpin
Also known in the hacker community as Kingpin, Joe Grand takes a look back at growing up in the early days of the computer security industry.
> Moxie Marlinspike
Independent security researcher, Moxie Marlinspike will explore modern threats to privacy and discuss some interesting solutions in the works.
> Nitesh Dhanjani
Author and security expert, Nitesh Dhanjani, provides insight into how individuals may be remotely influenced by messaging tactics and how criminal groups and governments may use this capability.
> Dr Charlie Miller
Security analyst Charlie Miller will demonstrate attacks and offer wild speculations about the future of smartphone security.
> Jeremiah Grosman
Jeremiah Grossman is with us again this year to explore the prevalent security issues emerging in 2010 and how Web security has been impacted in the past year.
> Felix “FX” Lindner
Security expert FX Lindner takes a look into security alchemy and why, in theory, the entire Internet can be a secure and safe global network.
> Saumi Shah
Author and security expert, Saumil Shah of NetSquare Solutions, will explore how well-known vulnerabilities and bugs play a key part in creating the attack patterns of tomorrow.

Dino Dai Zovi
Chief scientist, Dino Dai Zovi will discuss how return-oriented programming techniques can be used to bypass Microsoft's DEP on Windows XP through Windows 7.













SecureData offers extended value-add to customers, resellers and vendors alike. Our multi-centric, best-practice security solutions span the perimeter, network, endpoint, storage application and data protection - all supported by SecureData’s highly skilled technical, product, marketing and sales teams, enabling our partners to deliver high-quality security solutions and services.

Why should you attend?
You will be able to choose from 30 sessions to match your information and learning needs, help you tackle everyday challenges and help you to:
> Evaluate emerging technologies and future trends in information security
> Exchange ideas with industry experts in the field of information security
> Build the business case for your IT security budget and investments
> Learn how to tackle today’s mission-critical security objectives
> Discover how to create and implement more effective policies
> Meet the challenges of compliance and privacy in the global marketplace
> Find out about the issues shaping the future of information security
> Grow your professional network, learn what works and what doesn't
> Understand operational aspects of IT security and business continuity planning
> Discover and evaluate products and services offered by leading vendors
> Gain firsthand knowledge from your peers

What's in it for you?
Whether you're an executive responsible for securing your organisation's assets and infrastructure, an experienced information security professional or a newcomer, the ITWeb Security Summit 2010 will help you to:
> Identify threats: Understand current and potential security threats to their business.
> Mitigate risk: Manage the challenge of regulatory compliance, policies and procedures
> Safeguard assets: Protect critical infrastructure through effective security programmes
> Learn what works: Gain first-hand insight into successful security techniques and best practices
> Experience it: Witness demonstrations of hacker tools and techniques, and how to prevent them
> Review options: Explore a diverse range of innovative security products and solutions
> Exchange ideas: Network with peers and industry experts in the field of information security

ITWeb is committed to keeping the Security Summit at the forefront of both local and global trends in IT Security. To achieve this we have enlisted a team of esteemed South African practitioners to assist us in planning for the event. Lead by SensePost, this team's role is to advise us on theme, tracks, topics and speakers and, finally, to review and provide input on talks and papers.