Archive for April 2010
It’s that time of year again. Infosecurity Europe is upon us. If you’re going to be there and have a strong interest in the inner-works of intrusion prevention engines, have I got a treat for you lucky lucky people 🙂
Sourceifre’s own Lurene Grenier (@pusscat) and Matthew Olney (@kpyke) are running a workshop!
Here’s the official blurb
Sourcefire VRT Workshop
Register here – 11:00 – 12:00, Wednesday 28th April 2010 – Mayfair Room, Earls Court.
The VRT team will demonstrate the power and flexibility of the engine by unveiling a new multi-faceted, scalable detection methodology targeted at addressing the most difficult detection problems facing security professionals today.
So if that gets your interest going, make sure you register here.
As a bonus for you all, Sourcefire are also running an “Intelligent Network Security” Workshop.
Sourcefire Intelligent Network Security Workshop
Register here | 15:00 – 16:00am, Wednesday 28th April 2010 | Mayfair Room, Earls Court
In the age of the advanced persistent threat of cloud computing and of new economic realities, how can companies ensure their networks are monitored and protected securely and cost-effectively? Find out how Sourcefire, the leader in context-aware Intrusion Prevention Systems has addressed the limitations of current generation IPS to provide true intelligent network security solutions.
And I’ll be stuck on the Sourcefire stand for most of the three days, pop buy if you want to say “oh hai”.