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For the first time ever, the Data Duplication Village would like to announce a call for presentations to be held at DEF CON 26 at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV from Thursday, August 9th to Sunday, August 12th. The Data Duplication Village’s goal is to help the information security community by providing helpful information through duplication of large amounts of data including all the past hacking related convention material that can be found, rainbow tables, and more. Now we are expanding our goals by providing direct talks to further provide helpful information.
Our audience ranges from those who are new to data storage, transfer, and security to the most seasoned practitioners in the industry. Introductory presentations are very welcome! This is your chance to give back to the community!
The kinds of talks we’re looking for are:
– Attacking: Methods and techniques for attacking the systems, technology, and procedures involved with data storage, data replication and/or duplication, data transit, data integrity, etc… How to approach an SSD vs. a HD differently.
– Detecting: Identifying storage surveillance methods, how to identify and potentially recover data on magnetic media, volatile and non-volatile memory. How to detect things (or people) who could affect data at rest in their various mediums. Drive forensic methodologies.
– Protecting: How to prevent, minimize, and recover from data-loss, corruption, or physical damage. How to effectively destroy data (in an authorized capacity, of course). What attributes affect data over time? Who are we protecting our data at rest from?
– Something Else: These are some of the topics that loosely align with the Data Duplication Village’s goal and are just a starting point. Remember, that this is DEF CON so we’ll consider all subjects.
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