Black Hat Digital Self Defense Japan 2006

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Black Hat Japan 2007 Briefings & Training
Tokyo Shinjuku Keio Plaza Hotel
Training: 23-24 October 2007
Briefings: 25-26 October 2007

All Training sessions are presented in English. Briefings sessions are presented mostly English. Simultaneous translation from English to Japanese & Japanese to English will be available for all Briefings sessions.

Black Hat Japan 2007 Briefings Schedule.
There will be 2 tracks, over 2 days comprised of renowned information and computer security professionals.

Black Hat Japan 2007 Briefings Speakers.
Topic titles, presentation abstracts and speaker biographies may be found here. Speakers are all hand selected for this specific venue.

Black Hat Japan 2007 Training.
All classes are two-day courses. Simultaneous translation from Japanese to English will be available for all Training sessions.

Black Hat Japan 2007 Regsitration
Online Registration now open. Early Bird rates close on September 21.
Press Registration must register before the conference.

Black Hat Japan 2007 Hotel & Venue Information.
You can find maps of the surrounding area as well as travel related information.


Black Hat Japan 2007 Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor for Black Hat Japan 2007? Contact us!

Black Hat Digital Self Defense

Black Hat together with Internet Association Japan will host
On 28-29 May 2007 for Black Hat Japan Spring Training 2007 for Malware Detection and Forensics
and
On 23-26 October 2007 for the fourth annual Black Hat Japan Briefings and Training, in Tokyo

Japan Internet Providers Association (JAIPA) & Japan Network Security Association (JNSA)
are supporing the Forth Annual Black Hat Japan 2007 Briefings and Training, in Tokyo

Supporting Association´╝ÜJapan Internet Providers Association (JAIPA) Supprting Association: Japan Network Security Association (JNSA)

Every year, over 4000 computer, information and technology security specialists and practitioners from around the world gather in the USA, Europe and Asia to discuss and exchange the latest developments and technologies in security.

For the forth year, these experts will gather in Tokyo, Japan to disclose their knowledge, research and experience in computer, information and technology security for the benefit of the attendees from Japan and Asia. Attendees will get the rare chance to meet with these experts up close and to ask specific questions about their findings, encouraging quality exchange of information among the international attendees in this part of the world.

Black Hat was founded in 1997 by Jeff Moss to provide advanced education for security professionals within global corporations and federal agencies. At the core of Black Hat’s mission was the mixture of the best minds in the computer underground with the leading security professionals. The result was a unique conference known for providing new and exclusive research from the top technologists in the world. Black Hat continued to grow and now offers briefings as well as customized training and consulting services that provide unmatched knowledge about upcoming security trends to three continents.

ISC2 credits are available for qualified delegates who are CISSP certified.
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