Toreon joins BruCON 0x0D once again as a diamond sponsor!
COVID-19 stopped BruCON 0x0C from happening, but the good people at BruCON are back with a vengeance!
BruCON 0x0D is promising to be an event you simply can not miss! Toreon is proud to once again take part in it as a diamond sponsor.
Come and chat with our ethical hackers who will be there for the full duration of the conference. This is your chance to fire your hacking related questions!
A conference by and for the security and hacker community
BruCON is an annual security and hacker conference providing two days of an interesting atmosphere for open discussions of critical infosec issues, privacy, information technology, and its cultural/technical implications on society. Organized in Belgium, BruCON offers a high-quality lineup of speakers, security challenges, and interesting workshops. BruCON is a conference by and for the security and hacker community.
Toreon has always been closely involved with BruCON since its launch. Not only are we the main sponsor, but we also offer lectures and workshops. Some of our Toreonites were involved in the founding of BruCON and others have been with the organization for years.
Deep dive into mobile anti-virus apps
We’re not just attending the event, Toreonite Stephanie Vanroelen will be there to give a talk on anti-virus apps for mobile devices.
Mobile AntiVirus Inside will take a look at anti-virus apps for mobile devices. This builds on previous research called “Mobile Anti-Virus apps exposed” and will go more into depth. The research dives deeper into how viruses and malware can still exist on a mobile device even when an anti-virus application has been installed.
While the old research takes a look at some of the most common free anti-virus applications and which one, if any, we can trust the most. This research will look at how malware can trick the anti-virus applications and keep performing their malicious functions without being flagged or removed.
Stephanie will also take a look at the latest mobile malware and see if they are actively trying to bypass anti-virus applications.
Be sure to mark Friday, October 8 between 14:30 and 15:30 in your agenda and attend Stephanie Vanroelen’s presentation in hall Westvleteren.