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TakeDownCon Las Vegas Hosts Leading Industry Experts on Mobile Threats

As mobile and wireless devices and technology slowly become ubiquitous to our daily lives, their security is an area we cannot afford to ignore. TakeDownCon Las Vegas will be the platform where critical issues surrounding mobile and wireless security, are discussed and debated.

December 1, 2011 – Top ethical hackers from across the US will unveil the latest threats to mobile devices at next week’s TakeDownCon security conference in Las Vegas. TakeDownCon is the highly technical IT Security conference series designed by EC-Council that first launched this May in Dallas.

“The focus of TakeDownCon Las Vegas is on mobile and wireless security and we have assembled an all-star cast of leading cybersecurity minds who will be presenting cutting-edge vulnerabilities from mobile cross-site scripting to smartphone botnets, mobile application exploits and Android viruses,” said Leonard Chin, Conference Director for TakeDownCon. “Mobile devices pose one of the most significant and growing threats to corporate IT security and our speakers will be addressing a number of critical security management issues that are highly relevant for today’s businesses.” Read more…


EC-Council to Host Highly Technical IT Security Conference Focusing on Mobile & Wireless Security

As mobile and wireless devices and technology slowly become ubiquitous to our daily lives, its security is an area we cannot afford to ignore. TakeDownCon Las Vegas will be the platform where critical issues surrounding mobile and wireless security, are discussed and debated.

TakeDownCon, the highly technical IT security conference series designed EC-Council which was first launched in Dallas in May, is making its second appearance, this time in Las Vegas.

To be held at the magnificent M Resort Spa Casino from December 2 – 7, TakeDownCon Las Vegas will focus purely on mobile and wireless security. This highly technical conference will feature cutting edge presentations and demonstrations revolving around mobile and wireless security, from leading information security professionals and subject matter experts.

“The world is witnessing the evolution of mobile and wireless devices turning into a general-purpose computing platform. These devices and technology has become ubiquitous to our daily lives,” said Jay Bavisi, president of EC-Council. He adds, “As mobile devices grow in popularity, it has become more prominent targets for criminals. We hope to create a platform where critical issues surrounding the integrity of mobile and wireless security are discussed and debated.”

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