SOURCE Boston 2014
April 8-10, 2014
Marriott Courtyard
275 Tremont St
Boston, MA, USA
SOURCE Dublin 2014
May 22-23, 2014
Trinity College
Dublin, Ireland
CFP Status: CLOSED
SOURCE Seattle 2013
October 23-24, 2013
Bell Harbor Maritime Museum
Seattle, WA, USA
CFP Status: CLOSED
Recent SOURCE News

SOURCE Boston 2014 : Wait! Wait! Volunteers Needed

If you're attending #srcbos and want to win PRIZES by being a vicvolunteer for our Wait! Wait! Don't Pwn Me! segment during Thursday's closing ceremonies, please hit the tweet button below and tweet it to the world! We'll pick three volunteers, some of whom will be answering questions and one lucky one will be relying on @arj's l33t knowledge to win them a prize. Here's YOUR chance to 5 minutes of fame at SOURCE!





SOURCE Boston 2014 : Mobile Program & Flickr Feed

Get the conference program on your phone courtesy of @DarthNull & @KhanFu!

Tweet your conference pictures with a #srcbos tag
and we'll get them included to our Flickr Group.

SOURCE Boston 2014 : Location & Directions

Marriott Courtyard Boston | 275 Tremont St | Boston, MA



SOURCE Boston 2014 : Full Session Schedule Posted

You can find the full session schedule for SOURCE Boston 2014 on the speaker/session information page. Plan ahead and arrive early before they fill up!

SOURCE Boston 2014 : Holy Mackerel! It's Justin Troutman

Learn the secrets of Justin's upcoming crypto-talk at SOURCE in his interview with Chris Eng



SOURCE Boston 2014 Chat With Paul Asadoorian

The infamous Paul Assadorian chats with Rob Cheyne about his upcoming SOURCE Boston 2014 talk



SOURCE Boston 2014 Keynote Preview Featuring Bruce Schneier

Josh Corman talks to Bruce about his upcoming SOURCE Boston keynote



SOURCE Boston 2014 : Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Chris Eng talks to John Nye about his upcoming talk on "Risk, Audit, and Compliance for Hackers & Defenders"



SOURCE Boston 2014 "The Internet of Things: We've Got to Chat" Preview

Listen in as Josh Corman talks to Mark Stanislav about his upcoming talk at SOURCE Boston



SOURCE Boston 2014 Sneak-peek into Justine Aitel's Keynote

Catch a gimpse into Justine Aitel's upcoming keynote on her podcast interview with Chris Eng



SOURCE Boston 2014 : Speaker Sessions Posted

Abstracts for the speaker sessions, plus speaker bios for SOURCE Boston 2014 are live!

Get a jump on other attendees and bookmark which one's you want to attend.
Full conference 3-day shedule coming soon!

SOURCE Boston 2014 : GET OUT THE VOTE!

Voting is now closed! Thanks to all who participated in getting out the vote!

SOURCE is holding a community vote to fill remaining session slots at SOURCE Boston 2014. Head on over to our voting page to check out the great speakers/sessions and cast your twitter-ballot!

Announcing: Bruce Schneier to Keynote SOURCE Boston 2014!

SOURCE Boston is excited to announce that Bruce Schneier will be keynoting SOURCE Boston 2014! Check out our complete keynote linuep and stay tuned for full conference program announcements!

SOURCE Boston 2014 CFP Is Now CLOSED

Thank you for your submissions!

SOURCE Boston 2014 Dates Announced

SOURCE Boston 2014 will take place April 8-10, 2014
at the Marriott Tremont in downtown Boston.

Mark your calendars!

SOURCE Boston 2013 Speaker Podcasts!

Check out our speakers! As we approach the conference, SOURCE will be publishing podcasts with many of our speakers, describing their content so you can know what to expect from their presentations. The podcasts published so far are:

Opening Keynote – Gene Kim
Insider Threat: Hunting for Authorized Evil - Tom Cross
Games We Play: Payoffs & Chaos Monkeys - Allison Miller

"Cyber" Momentum: Understanding & Leveraging the National Cybersecurity Policy Debate - Jack Whitsitt
Kinetic Pwnage: Obliterating the Line Between Computers and the Physical World - Ed Skoudis
No-Knowledge Crypto Attacks - Dan Crowley
Building Your Own Packet Capture Platform - Mike Kershaw
Javascript Pitfalls - Ming Chow
An Examination of String Allocations in Internet Explorer 9 - Christopher Valasek
Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention Tactics - Amber Baldet

SOURCE Boston 2013 Capture The Flag Registration Now Open!

SOURCE is hosting our first ever CTF hacking challenge this year,
on-site, right after the main conference. Think you have what it takes?
Test your skills against the other SOURCE attendees and see if you can hack the planet.

For more details, and to register, please visit http://ctf.sourceconference.com/


SOURCE Boston 2013 Announced Speaker List and Keynotes


Check out our 2013 line-up!


The SOURCE Boston 2013 Call For Papers is now CLOSED.


Thanks for all your submissions!

SOURCE Boston 2013 Registration is now OPEN.

REGISTER TODAY!

The SOURCE Boston 2013 Sponsorship Kit Is Now Available

Interested in sponsoring? Email sponsor@sourceconference.com

Sponsor today to get the best opportunities!

SOURCE Boston 2012 Session Videos
To view recordings of this year's SOURCE Boston speakers, please visit our YouTube channel

Thank You for a Great SOURCE Boston 2012!

Hope to see you in Seattle
- September 13-14

SOURCE BOSTON 2012 PRESS COVERAGE

SecureList
SOURCE Boston Security Conference and Training 2012
Day 2- Dan Geer Keynote, Android Modding and Cloud Security
Hacktivism, Duqu and Building Successful Security Programs

Security Week
Steve Ragan
SOURCE Boston: Anonymous In The Year 2020

Nextgov
Dawn Lim
The Internet has become too big to fail, says In-Q-Tel's Dan Geer

CSO Security and Risk
Bill Brenner, Senior Editor
Podcast: IT Security in the Crosshairs at SOURCE Boston
Slideshow: SOURCE Boston Security Conference
#SOURCEBoston: Dan Geer, international man of mystery
#SOURCEBoston: Geer warns against 'all or nothing' approach to critical infrastructure and the internet.
#SOURCEBoston: How QSAs and CISOs can play well together
#SOURCEBoston: Geer plays up LANGSEC
#SOURCEBoston starts tomorrow

PC Magazine
Fahmida Y. Rashid
Internet Security: Put Humans Back in the Loop

Dark Reading
Robert Lemos
Anonymous Must Evolve or Break Down, say Researchers

Market Watch
PR Newswire
Veracode Speakers Featured at Source Boston

Questions? Comments? Email info@sourceconference.com

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Welcome To SOURCE!

SOURCE Conference is the world's first security conference and training event to focus on bringing together the business and technical communities. At SOURCE, technical experts publish advanced research and network for job opportunities, while executives keep up with the technology that shapes their important decisions. Both leave SOURCE with an understanding of each other's perspectives on the critical security problems that face the world.

Through a combination of lectures, workshops, trainings, and discussion groups, SOURCE Boston equips attendees with the knowledge and skills to be effective in today's fast-paced computer security industry.

SOURCE is designed for computer security experts, senior executives (e.g. CIOs, CTOs, CSOs), advanced security professionals, faculty and students, members of management and business communities who are looking to connect with other security and technology experts.

SOURCE Boston offers three tracks:

Security and Technology - security software, mobile security, cloud security, database protection, secure coding practices, reverse engineering, exploit techniques, new software releases and technology demonstrations.

Business of Security - critical decision-making, enterprise security, entrepreneurship, risk management, issues of compliance, vulnerability management, SaaS, privacy laws, disclosure, and economics, data integrity, identity management, security standards, countermeasures, disaster recovery.

Application Security - threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, counter measures, testing, mobile application security, security testing, penetration testing, and static and dynamic code analysis, security development lifecycle (SDLC).

Top Ten Reasons to Attend SOURCE Boston

  1. Learn from over thirty thought-provoking breakout sessions spanning two and a half dayss and covering critical security and business topics

  2. Gain real-world solutions to your real-world security problems.

  3. Engage with speakers and attendees during discussions sessions and interactive workshops.

  4. Expand your network by attending receptions and other social activities.

  5. In-depth education. Two-day trainings dive deep into key areas.

  6. Improve your security knowledge base and learn solutions for challenge work problems.

  7. Visit the real intersection of business and technology.

  8. Great Value. Learn all the latest techniques, tips, and technologies in one location at a very reasonable price.

  9. Earn CPE credits for attending sessions and workshops

  10. It's in Boston! In 2006, Boston and its metropolitan area ranked as the fourth-largest cybercity in the United States with 191,700 high-tech jobs. Only NYC Metro, DC Metro, and Silicon Valley have larger high-tech sectors.

See you there!

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