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Trainings: April 29 - April 30, 2019 | Conference: May 1 - 3, 2019

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Welcome to SOURCE Boston!

SOURCE is a different kind of security conference. We are one part CISO conference, one part Hacker conference, and one part Career and Personal Development event. In addition to great tech talks and business case studies, we are one of the few conferences to address people-related issues in security head-on.

We are assembling an outstanding selection of speakers across a variety of disciplines, and are looking forward to bringing everyone together. Come for the talks, stay for the conversations.

Event Highlights:
- NEW 3-Day format!
- World class InfoSec Talks
- Three tracks
- 30+ speakers
- Business, technical and people-related talks
- Excellent networking opportunities
- Public speaking workshop
- Malware analysis workshop

The CFP is open now and will be open until the end of December. This year we will be expanding to a 3-day conference format, so we will have more content, more people, more activities, more fun!

We have some great things in store for you!

We have released a limited number of tickets at flash sale prices. Ticket prices go up on November 30, 2018, or when the ticket block runs out, which ever comes first.

Lock in your best price on tickets now!

Conference Schedule

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Pre-Conference Training Day 1

April 29, 2019

Pre-Conference Training Day 2

April 30, 2019

Conference Day One (Agenda TBA)

May 1, 2019

Conference Day Two (Agenda TBA)

May 2, 2019

Conference Day Three (NEW! - Agenda TBA)

May 3, 2019

InfoSec Train the Trainer (Day 1)

9:00 - 5:00 Rob Cheyne

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InfoSec Train the Trainer

Do you struggle to present technical information to a group? Your team? Your boss? Communicating technical information is a learnable skill and anybody can do it. This highly interactive course can help anyone be a better trainer, facilitator or presenter.

Your instructor for this session, Rob Cheyne, has traveled the world multiple times teaching some of the most technical information security content to some of the world’s toughest audiences. He has extensive training in presentation and training skills, and he has delivered in-person training to over 25,000 students at global Fortune 500 Companies. Rob specializes in serving as the universal translator between the technical and business sides of the house.

In this class, Rob will give away some of his best secrets for keeping an audience engaged for any length of time. If you are involved in delivering any kind of technical presentation or training, this is an opportunity that you are not going to want to miss.

Target Audience:
Anyone who wants to improve their technical presentation skills

Topics covered include:
– How to turn any presentation into a training/learning opportunity
– How to communicate your thoughts clearly and effectively
– How to powerfully begin and end your presentation or training
– How to effectively address audience questions

– How to turn a room of introverts into extroverts
– How to make sure everyone in the room gets your message
– How to manage the state of the room and the state of your audience
– How to use in-classroom exercises to cement learning
– How to create an effective session agenda
– How to give a great technical demo

Instructor Bio:

Rob Cheyne is a highly regarded technologist, trainer, security expert and serial entrepreneur.

He has 25 years of experience in the information technology field and has been working in information security since 1998.  Rob has led information security training classes for over 25,000 people across many industry-leading global organizations, and consults regularly with Fortune 500 clients.

Rob is the founder and CEO of Big Brain Security and the Executive Director of the SOURCE conferences. Previously, Rob was the co-founder and CEO of Safelight, a leading provider of information security education programs that was acquired by Security Innovation in July 2014.

He was was also an early employee of @stake, a well-known pioneer in information security consulting.  Rob was the author of LC4, a version of the award-winning L0phtCrack password auditing tool, and he also worked on the code scanning technology that was eventually spun off as Veracode.

Rob regularly speaks at security and training conferences, and frequently presents to the local chapters of various security organizations.

 

InfoSec Train the Trainer (Day 2)

9:00 - 5:00 Rob Cheyne

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InfoSec Train the Trainer

Do you struggle to present technical information to a group? Your team? Your boss? Communicating technical information is a learnable skill and anybody can do it. This highly interactive course can help anyone be a better trainer, facilitator or presenter.

Your instructor for this session, Rob Cheyne, has traveled the world multiple times teaching some of the most technical information security content to some of the world’s toughest audiences. He has extensive training in presentation and training skills, and he has delivered in-person training to over 25,000 students at global Fortune 500 Companies. Rob specializes in serving as the universal translator between the technical and business sides of the house.

In this class, Rob will give away some of his best secrets for keeping an audience engaged for any length of time. If you are involved in delivering any kind of technical presentation or training, this is an opportunity that you are not going to want to miss.

Target Audience:
Anyone who wants to improve their technical presentation skills

Topics covered include:
– How to turn any presentation into a training/learning opportunity
– How to communicate your thoughts clearly and effectively
– How to powerfully begin and end your presentation or training
– How to effectively address audience questions

– How to turn a room of introverts into extroverts
– How to make sure everyone in the room gets your message
– How to manage the state of the room and the state of your audience
– How to use in-classroom exercises to cement learning
– How to create an effective session agenda
– How to give a great technical demo

Instructor Bio:

Rob Cheyne is a highly regarded technologist, trainer, security expert and serial entrepreneur.

He has 25 years of experience in the information technology field and has been working in information security since 1998.  Rob has led information security training classes for over 25,000 people across many industry-leading global organizations, and consults regularly with Fortune 500 clients.

Rob is the founder and CEO of Big Brain Security and the Executive Director of the SOURCE conferences. Previously, Rob was the co-founder and CEO of Safelight, a leading provider of information security education programs that was acquired by Security Innovation in July 2014.

He was was also an early employee of @stake, a well-known pioneer in information security consulting.  Rob was the author of LC4, a version of the award-winning L0phtCrack password auditing tool, and he also worked on the code scanning technology that was eventually spun off as Veracode.

Rob regularly speaks at security and training conferences, and frequently presents to the local chapters of various security organizations.

 

Application Security Risk for Executives and Managers

9:00 - 5:00

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Application Security Risk for Executives and Managers

Do you struggle to understand the things that your development teams worry about? Do you struggle to understand what your security team worries about?

There are two huge communication gaps in practically every business environment. The gap between business and technical folks, and the even bigger gap between business and security folks.

This interactive workshop covers the major areas of application risk that must be addressed in a way that anyone can understand it.

Over many years of teaching Infosec classes to developers, the #1 question was “this is great stuff, please tell my boss.” This is the class that answers that question.

Whether you are a manager of a technical team, or an executive at a company that has development teams, this class is an invaluable way to get up to speed quickly on today’s application security risks.

Target Audience:
Managers, executives, and anyone who wants to participate in frank discussion of today’s application security risks.

Topics covered include:
– Learn how real-world attacks occur
– How teams can successfully mitigate the risk of attacks
– How to support your teams’ information security goals
– The most overlooked risk that every company has
– How to understand and communicate with technical people
– How to keep up with today’s information security risks

$199

$495

General Admission - FLASH SALE, LIMITED TICKETS, LIMITED TIME!

NEW 3-DAY FORMAT! Admission to all conference sessions and evening events Coffee breaks, receptions Exhibit Hall access Prices go up after Nov 30, 2018. Get the best price now!

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$247

$499

One-Day Training - FLASH SALE, LIMITED TICKETS, LIMITED TIME!

Application Security Risk for Managers Level sets managers on critical security issues Learn how security professionals manage risk Send the entire team! Prices go up after Nov 30, 2018. Get the best price now!

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$395

$999

Two-Day Training - FLASH SALE, LIMITED TICKETS, LIMITED TIME!

InfoSec Train the Trainer Brand new 2-day format! Hands-on, practical presentation skills Improve your speaking and training Prices go up after Nov 30, 2018. Get the best price now!

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Pre-Conference Training

InfoSec Train the Trainer

InfoSec Train the Trainer

May 1-2, 2019 (NEW, 2 DAYS!) Communication

This course is designed for anyone who wants to improve their ability to present and train on technical topics to both technical and non-technical audiences.

Application Security Risk for Executives and Managers

Application Security Risk for Executives and Managers

May 2, 2019 InfoSec 101

This course is designed for executives and managers who want to better understand the real-world risks that their company deals with on a day-to-day basis.

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Venue (For reservation code e-mail info@sourceconference.com)

Downtown Marriott Boston

275 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116

(617) 426-1400

Register:

$199

$495

General Admission - FLASH SALE, LIMITED TICKETS, LIMITED TIME!

NEW 3-DAY FORMAT! Admission to all conference sessions and evening events Coffee breaks, receptions Exhibit Hall access Prices go up after Nov 30, 2018. Get the best price now!

Buy Now

$247

$499

One-Day Training - FLASH SALE, LIMITED TICKETS, LIMITED TIME!

Application Security Risk for Managers Level sets managers on critical security issues Learn how security professionals manage risk Send the entire team! Prices go up after Nov 30, 2018. Get the best price now!

Buy Now

$395

$999

Two-Day Training - FLASH SALE, LIMITED TICKETS, LIMITED TIME!

InfoSec Train the Trainer Brand new 2-day format! Hands-on, practical presentation skills Improve your speaking and training Prices go up after Nov 30, 2018. Get the best price now!

Buy Now

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