Event submitted on Friday, September 18th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
- Hacker Conference
- Offensive Security (Malware)
- SCADA/ ICS
- Web Application Security
DeepINTEL is a fascinating security conference. The emphasis of this conference in 2020 will be to take a long hard examination at Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) from a SCADA/ICS perspective. What makes this conference all the more interesting is what has been going in the world with regard to the escalation of tensions between the superpowers. The US and China, and of course Russia, are constantly in a CyberArms race and outdoing each other to try and get the upper hand with data theft as well as sabotage. Although I can’t be certain I’d imagine that some of the content that will be covered at this year’s DeepINTEL will address this Cyberwarfare subject matter. For those with an interest in SCADA and Cyberwarfare, I’d certainly encourage you to learn more about DeepINTEL.
Der Schwerpunkt dieser Konferenz im Jahr 2020 wird auf einer langen, intensiven Prüfung bei Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) aus SCADA / ICS-Sicht liegen.
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Friday, September 18th 2020, or created by us.
The DeepINTEL conference is DeepSec’s sister event focusing on Security Intelligence.
Security Intelligence is one of the newest disciplines in the IT security zoo. It covers the strategic view, tells you who is intending to attack you where, why, and which capabilities your attacker has.
Security intelligence is using several different approaches: algorithmic and statistical analysis, infiltration of adversaries, data correlation, meta-analysis, and related techniques.
Security intelligence is any information, which enables you to choose better strategies for defending your information infrastructure. The DeepINTEL conference addresses the strategic aspects of security. Here you can discuss security intelligence-related topics within a closed group. All information is only shared among the participants, not with the outside world. Attending DeepINTEL will expand your mind while reducing the risks for your digital assets. DeepINTEL is private, and all participants have been screened. No media representatives will be present, and everything will be discussed under a non-disclosure agreement.
We invite you to attend DeepINTEL and secure your digital assets by learning from the experts.
DeepINTEL 2020 will take place on 18 November 2020!
The focus of the conference will be Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) in the context of industrial espionage and state actors. DeepINTEL 2020 will be a TLP Amber event. The Call for Papers is open. Please send us your submissions for DeepINTEL 2020 by email to: deepsec (at) deepsec (dot) net
If you prefer encrypted communication you can also send your submission to deepsec (at) deepsec (dot) net after you have imported our public keys.