June 13, 2011 EC-Council

Paris June 9th, 2011 – The very best of the Information Security community in Europe will gather at the Disneyland Paris Conference Center from June 14 -17 , 2011 to participate in the first Hack-In-Paris (HIP) Conference which will be followed by Nuit Du Hack on June 18, 2011. HIP will allow its attendees to understand the concrete reality of IT security consequences to companies. The program include state of the art IT security information, industrial espionage, penetration testing training, forensics, malware analysis, and countermeasures.

As collectively agreed by both its co-founders, Olivier Franchi and Paolo Pinto, “It is due to the overwhelming success of Nuit Du Hack combined with today’s higher IT industry expectations that led to the conceptualization of Hack-In-Paris this year. We have high hopes for Hack In Paris to becoming one of France’s top IT security event in the coming years”

The first two days of HIP are dedicated to trainings and the last two days (June 16-17) will be focused on both trainings and workshops. The trainings will feature two parallel tracks, presented by the two internationally recognized technical experts, Mr Fernando Got and Mr Peter Van Eackhoutle who will be speaking on Hacking IPv6 Networks, and Win32 Exploit Development respectively.

The HIP Program Board which comprises world renowned IT Security experts, have selected some of the best speakers and topics as follows:

1. Winn Schwartau : Cyberwar-4G a/k/a The Coming Smart Phone Wars.

2. Mario Heiderich: Locking the Throne Room – ECMA Script 5, a frozen DOM and the eradication of XSS.

3. Bruno Kerouanton: Be a smart CISO: Learn about people

4. Peter Van Eeckhoutte: “Project Quebec” and win32 exploit development with pvefindaddr.

5. Nicolas Grégoire: Offensive XSLT.

6. David Rook: Agnitio: the security code review Swiss army knife.

7. Flora Bottaccio and Sebastien Andrivet: Pentesting iPhone & iPad Applications.

8. Jean-Baptiste Aviat: Skirack: ROP for masses.

9. Mario Heiderich: The forbidden image – Security impact of SVG on the WWW.

10. Alain Zidouemba: A close look at rogue antivirus programs.

11.Tom Keetch: Escaping Windows Sandboxes.

“We are proud to be the exclusive certification partner for this maiden event. We applaud the efforts, and support the cause of the organizers in making this event as a platform to educate the general public about information security,” commented EC-Council’s Vice President, Sean Lim.

EC-Council certified members will get to earn 16 continuing education credits (ECE)for attending any of HIP’s 2 days trainings, and an additional16 ECE credits for attending HIP 2-days conference.

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