The O’Reilly Security Conference brings together in-the-trenches security practitioners from organizations of every size, across a wide breadth of industries to share actionable insight in a supportive, hype-free environment. We'll cover interesting successes (and failures), provocative ideas, practical how-tos, proven best practices, and effective new approaches that can benefit all defenders.
Looking for new ways to fend off a targeted attack or eject persistent intruders from your environment or recover quickly and effectively from a breach? Want to integrate new technology into your environment, securely and successfully? Need to figure out how to keep your access controls (to data, network, or cloud) effective at scale—without losing your mind? Want to help your management team and BOD understand how your work is crucial to the bottom line? All of the above? There's no better place than Security.
Join us October 29–November 1 at the Hilton Midtown in New York, NY. Take a look at the schedule and start making your plans today. Need help convincing your manager? We've got you covered.
Immerse yourself in two days of in-depth education on critical topics. Each training course takes place October 29-30 and is limited in size to maintain a high level of learning and instructor interaction.
Know any worthy defenders? Nominate them for an O'Reilly Defender Award, which will recognize researchers, individuals, projects, and pioneers who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in the defensive security field. Winners will be announced during the O'Reilly Security Conference. Deadline for all nominations is September 22.
The conference will take place at the Hilton Midtown, a spectacular location just steps from Central Park, Times Square, MOMA, and world-class theater and shopping destinations. Reserve your room.
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