SecTor Early Bird Pricing Ends May 15th – Save $500 by Registering Early


SecTor - Security Education Conference Toronto - Canada's Largest IT Security Event
Illuminating the Black Art of Security - October 19-21, 2015 - Toronto
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Save more than $500 (compared to the final full conference price) by registering by May 15th with discount code SecTor2015. If you can't come to the full conference, use discount code SecTor2015expo for a free expo only pass. Register Now

  • Early Bird: until May 15 – $799
  • Standard Rate: May 16 – August 31 $1,049

Last Call: September 1 – October 21 or sold out $1,249
Groups of 5 or more get 20% off – to register your group contact Renu@sector.ca

Redefining Privacy in the Internet of Things

Should IoT devices tell you how they're messing with your privacy? Or is privacy an illusion anyway? You can't say 'Things' and 'Internet' in the same sentence without someone also tossing in 'privacy' and 'disaster'. Does the Internet of Things represent the biggest privacy violation in the history of tech, or has that horse already bolted? Read more

Why Cybersecurity Awareness is Failing

Cybersecurity awareness campaigns are failing. SecTor explores why they don't always encourage people to change their behaviour, and looks at some ways to craft education campaigns that actually make a difference. Read more

The Gnarly Problem of Bug Disclosure

Approaches to bug disclosure are diverse, and occasionally, they can clash. Should there be a more uniform approach, and how would it cope with a rapidly-evolving technology landscape? Read more

Canada's Slow Creep Towards Data Breach Notification

Canada is edging towards a Federal law for data breach notifications, just as the US does the same. The Federal Privacy Commissioner isn't happy about everything in the associated legislation, though. Read more

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