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See You At SecTor (Toronto) and/or DayCon (Dayton)

It's been a whirlwind tour recently travel-wise as I've been speaking quite a bit on the virtualization circuit regarding security (or lack thereof.)

I've spent some serious time talking to users, vendors and analysts regarding some of the research I've been doing on current and future state virtualization technologies and roadmaps.

To cap of this year's events, I'll be at SecTor in Toronto on 10/8-9 and DayCon in Dayton from 10/10-12.

DayconAfter that in November (at Information Security Decisions) I'll be officially retiring the Four Horsemen presentation in lieu of the next in the series to come.

Hope to see you in Toronto or Dayton, eh?


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  1. Scott
    October 8th, 2008 at 16:40 | #1

    Hey Chris,
    I was fortunate enough to catch your Four Horsemen presentation at SECTor. Great Stuff. I'm glad I caught the presentation before you retired it.
    Hope you enjoyed your return visit to Toronto and I hope you saw something of the city before you left.

  2. October 8th, 2008 at 19:23 | #2

    Thanks so much, Scott. SecTOR was awesome and I really appreciated the chats after the preso. The sequel: "The Frogs Who Wanted a King: An Information Fable Set To Interpretive Dance" should be done shortly… 😉
    Toronto was great. @JJX (on Twitter) and I trolled the streets this evening and got to enjoy some of the native flavor.
    Can't wait for next year's con!

  3. October 12th, 2008 at 10:48 | #3

    I'm glad I got to meet you and see "the man behind the blog" at Day-Con. You gave an excellent keynote. Also, I hope your group therapy session with Angus at the Pine Club helped you get in touch with your inner-child… or something.
    Thanks again for speaking. I hope we can get you to come speak again next year!
    – Seth/Vache

  4. October 19th, 2008 at 14:58 | #4

    Floor Wax, Dessert Topping and the End Of Network Security As We Know It? This talk will clearly demonstrate that unless we radically rethink our approach, the virtualization security apocalypse is nigh and will focus on virtualizing security.
    @Beaker – Is this preso posted somewhere?
    BTW – Nice pictures with the flabongo — http://www.flickr.com/photos/rybolov/2933962641/i

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