PHDays 2014: Day 2
The second day of the Forum will be as saturated as the previous one – lectures, meetings, master-classes and seminars will be alternating from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. On Thursday the participants and guests of the conference will discuss following urgent subjects:
- government and information security
- Smart TV – not as safe as we used to think about
- ID and IP theft via attacks through third-party channels
- special features of the national hacking; how Iranian hackers differ from Chinese and Korean ones
- work of Internet secret service
Lecture hall 1
Lecture hall 4+5
In the past, PHD conference has attracted world-renowned IS and cryptography experts, politicians, and entrepreneurs. The event program will include business and technical seminars, presentations, discussions, and master classes on the most pressing Internet security issues and solutions, divided into two major sections: theoretical and practical.
Positive Hack Days will also be hosting a parallel, multi-format competition, a contest that will incorporate ‘capture-the-flag’ along with other methods to vividly demonstrate how to hack mobile gadgets, exploit the weaknesses of popular web browsers, and much more.
Paid registration is being held here, and tickets are limited.
If, for whatever reason, you are unable to attend the event in person, an interactive program is also in the works. By connecting your hackspace, club, or university to the Moscow location, you’ll be able to chat in real time with speakers, participate in online contests and even lead your own master classes.
You can address any questions you might have to Viktoria Alexeeva at VAlexeeva@ptsecurity.com.