They conference starts off with six technical training sessions, followed by two days of network security presentations, while all four days will feature an industry exhibition and technology showcase.
Keynote speakers at the conference will be Microsoft's Tony Chor - group program manager for the Microsoft Internet Explorer Group - and Mikko Hypponen, who's the chief research officer at F-Secure Corp. Chor is responsible for leading the IE team's security response as well as the design and development of new IE releases. Mikko's a veteran when it comes to IT security, having consulted big names such as IBM, Microsoft, the FBI, the US Secret Service, Scotland Yard and Interpol.
Dhillon Andrew Kannabhiran, the founder and chief executive officer of Hack In The Box, is hoping that this year's conference will be "extra special." The conference goes ahead from the 26th to the 29th of September 2005, at The Westin hotel in Kuala Lumpur. µ
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