Monday, October 19, 2009


The SOURCE Boston CFP is now open.

As you may know, SOURCE Boston is one of the premier information security conferences in existence today. The small scale of the conference, combined with the high-quality talks, make it an event that allows participants to meet many highly regarded professionals and attend great talks.

I was fortunate enough to attend last year's event, when a proposal of Adam Dodge and myself to do a talk titled Information Security in Higher Education, Baby Steps was accepted.

This year, I would like to go again and I am planning to submit another talk. I haven't made up my mind yet, but I'd love some suggestions. Is there something that is on your mind and of which you would like to hear more? I'm open for a presentation, a panel, or something else!

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