Security Events Around the World

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Following Darknet post regarding SyScan’06, I decided to make a little resume of the most important security events all around the world.

Unfortunately we won’t be able to go, so all the pictures are welcome. (-:

If there’s any missing do let us know.

Recon 2006WWW16 June to 18 June 2006 – Plaza Hotel Centre-Ville, Montreal, Canada

InfoSecurity Canada 2006WWW20 June to 21 June 2006 – Metro Toronto Convention Center, Toronto, Canada

HOPE Number SixWWW21 July to 23 July 2006 – Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, USA

Secure Malaysia 2006WWW24 July to 26 July 2006 – Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Third Conference on e-Mail and Anti-SpamWWW27 July to 28 July 2006 – Mountain View, California, USA

Defcon 14WWW4 August to 6 August 2006 – Riviera Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, USA

RuxCon 2006WWW30 September to 1 October 2006 – University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Mobile SecurityWWW3 October to 5 October 2006 – Crowne Plaza, St James, London, UK

Infosecurity New York 2006WWW23 October to 25 October 2006 – Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, USA

You can also visit SecurityPark for a complete list of Information Security events.

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