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.


Anonymous said…
Will you be posting the presentations online for those of us who can't swing international travel?
I think so. Dan posted last year's presentations online.

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