Thursday, March 10, 2005

BSDCan 2005 Registration Opens

Registration for BSDCan 2005 is now open. Last year at the inaugural event I reported on days one and two and spoke about Sguil. This year I will present Keeping FreeBSD Up-To-Date and More Tools for Network Security Monitoring on 13 May, according to the schedule. I learned I was not accepted to speak at CanSecWest this year, so the visit to Ottawa for BSDCan will probably be my only trip north of the border in the coming months.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will you be posting the presentations online for those of us who can't swing international travel?

Richard Bejtlich said...

I think so. Dan posted last year's presentations online.