April 23, 2008
On April 23rd and 24th, Marcus Ranum will be speaking at the Mnemonic Risk Management and Information Security Conference 2008 in Norway. The Conference will be held at the Ulleval Business Class.
His talk is titled: “Lateral Thinking in Security”. Computer security, as a field, appears to be trapped in a hamster-wheel of repeating the same ideas over and over again. And the results are clear: 15 years into the field, more systems are getting compromised than ever, in spite of billions of dollars and thousands of man-years invested. Why is this happening? It’s possible that we're going about doing things backwards and trying harder isn't going to result in any improvement. In this presentation, he'll look at a few things that don't work as well as they should, and he'll try to come up with “plan B” options.
Please download the complete program here: http://risk.mnemonic.no/RISK_2008_program_uk.pdf
Registration to RISK 2008 is done here: Registration for RISK 2008
Ulleval Business Class Norway
For additional information, visit http://www.mnemonic.no/features/risk-2008-2/view?set_language=en
or contact: Jack Huffard (410) 872-0555