2014 Honeynet Project Workshop
12-14 May 2014 | Warsaw
Latest Workshop News
Fri 09 May 2014: Earn CPE credits by attending The Honeynet Project Workshop!
Attendees of the Honeynet Workshop can earn CPE credits toward ISC2 and ISACA certifications. Download the CPE Verification Form and present it to the conference desk after your sessions for validation. Please refer to ISC2 and ISACA websites for CPE policy and guidelines. Attendees are responsible for credit submission.
Mon 28 April 2014: PWC joins as a sponsor
We'd like to welcome PWC that joins the Honeynet Workshop as a Gold Sponsor. PWC has the largest practice of IT and information security in the world, employing over 3 500 highly qualified professionals in the field of information security, with over 1 200 in Europe. Every year, the company carries out globally over 20 000 projects in the fields of security, of which 75% are consulting projects or assurance, and 25% are associated with the implementation of security solutions. In CEE, PwC Cyber Security Team relies on experts with many years of experience in the role of heads of IT security or key specialists with largest technology companies and financial services in Poland, and experienced security auditors. Services provided by PWC include the following: information security strategy, information security management, threat and vulnerability management, architecture, application and network security, infrastructure, incident handling, monitoring, investigations, business continuity planning and disaster recovery.
Thu 24 April 2014: Meet the Honeynet Workshop speakers - Felix Leder
In-depth interview with Felix Leder.
Wed 23 April 2014: Meet the Honeynet Workshop speakers - Angelo Dell'Aera
In-depth interview with Angelo Dell'Aera.
Mon 21 April 2014: Meet the Honeynet Workshop speakers - Lukas Rist
In-depth interview with Lukas Rist.
Sun 20 April 2014: Meet the Honeynet Workshop speakers - Maximilian Hils
In-depth interview with Maximilian Hils.
Sat 19 April 2014: Meet the Honeynet Workshop speakers - Sebastian Poeplau
In-depth interview with Sebastian Poeplau.
Fri 18 April 2014: Deutsche Telekom joins as a sponsor
The honeynet project is excited and proud to have Deutsche Telekom aboard as a platinum sponsor for our annual workshop in Warsaw. Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, with some 143 million mobile customers, 31 million fixed-network and more than 17 million broadband lines. More information about Deutsche Telekom can be found here.
Wed 16 April 2014: Codenomicon Ltd. joins as a sponsor
We'd like to welcome Codenomicon Ltd. that joins the 2014 Sponsorship team as an individual sponsor! Codenomicon develops security and quality testing software, which allows users to quickly find and identify both known and previously unknown flaws before business-critical products or services are deployed. Their unique, targeted approach to the fuzz testing of networked and mobile applications exposes more flaws and weaknesses than any other testing platform or methodology. This is Codenomicon Ltd.'s first time sponsoring the Honeynet Project workshop and we gratefully acknowledge its sponsorship and supports.
Wed 9 April 2014: FIRST.org joins the 2014 workshop Sponsorship team
The honeynet project is proud to announce that the annual workshop in Warsaw will be sponsored by FIRST.org ! The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST www.first.org ) is the premier organization and recognized global leader in incident response. Membership in FIRST enables incident response teams to more effectively respond to security incidents reactive as well as proactive. FIRST brings together a variety of computer security incident response teams from government, commercial, and educational organizations. FIRST aims to foster cooperation and coordination in incident prevention, to stimulate rapid reaction to incidents, and to promote information sharing among members and the community at large. Apart from the trust network that FIRST forms in the global incident response community, FIRST also provides value added services. Some of these are:
• access to up-to-date best practice documents
• technical colloquia and symposia for security experts
• hands-on classes
• annual incident response conference
• publications and webservices
• special interest groups and committees
Currently FIRST has nearly 300 members, spread over Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania. This is their first time sponsoring the Honeynet Project workshop and we are very excited to have them aboard.
Mon 7 April 2014: EARLY BIRD RATES EXPIRE APRIL 10TH
Join the most fantastic security workshop, May 12-14 in Warsaw, Poland. Check out the agenda and much more on workshop website. Save $190 with Early Bird rates before they expire April 10th - Register now!
Sat 5 April 2014: WIN A HONEYNET WORKSHOP FREE PASS!
Do you want to attend the 2014 Honeynet Project Workshop for free ? Be the first one to solve the CrackMe competition designed by CERT Polska, you'll win a free workshop pass. Play it now!
Thu 3 April 2014: WORLD-WIDE SECURITY TRAINING YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS!
The Honeynet Project will offer 4 world class training courses during the 2014 workshop. The topics include (1)Understanding and Mitigating Botnets by Tillmann Werner (2)Virtualization Security by Brian Hay (3)Reverse Engineering Android Malware by Mahmud Rahman (4)Malware Reverse Engineering by Felix Leder. More courses introduction here. Don’t miss the trainings, register now!.
Wed 12 March 2014: DISCOUNTED HOTEL RATE FOR EARLY BIRD REGISTRATIONS
We'll provide a discounted rate of $110USD for a double room per night at JM Apart Hotel for registrations within the early bird period. More JM Apart Hotel information here http://warsaw2014.honeynet.org/venue.html. Want to meet and have breakfast with speakers and project members in the same hotel? Register now!
Wed 5 March 2014: APPLY FOR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP NOW
As a part of our educational mission in the field of information security, the Honeynet Project will offer 5 free seats and additional 5 seats with 50% discount to excellent students who are studying in this field. Students that get the scholarship can attend the workshop Briefings and a Hands-on Training session for free or with a 50% discount. Scholarship is awarded on a first come, first served basis so contact us now for further details at email@example.com
Tue 25 February 2014: SPONSORSHIP WANTED
The Honeynet Project is seeking sponsors for the 2014 workshop in Warsaw, Poland from 12-14 May 2014. Sponsoring the workshop gives you a good opportunity to both meet top security researchers from all over the world and also be highly visible as a sponsor for efforts in promoting your brand. See more sponsorship and benefit by downloading THE SPONSORSHIP BROCHURE
Tue 18 February 2014: REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOP NOW!
Registration for the 2014 Honeynet Project Workshop is now open. The Workshop is a 3-day event that features 2 full days of briefing sessions along with live demonstrations and 1 full day of hands-on training sessions. Early bird registration rates are available from now to April 10th, 2014. SAVE MONEY, REGISTER NOW!
The 2014 Honeynet Project Security Workshop brings together experts in the field of information security from around the world to share the latest advances and threats in information security research.
Organized by the The Honeynet Project this three-day workshop features a rare, outstanding line-up of international security professionals who will present on the latest research tools and findings in the field. This year's workshop will be held in Warsaw Poland on 12-14 May 2014.
Presentation topics cover the latest honeynet/honeypot technology, Android security and social network security from The Honeynet Project and Facebook. This year, we also offer several security training courses. If you're looking to attend a high quality and challenging workshop and to learn the practical security skills, then we encourage you to take advantage of this rare opportunity.
Do you have specific questions? Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org