Rocket City – TakeDownCon is a highly technical forum that focuses on the latest vulnerabilities, the most potent exploits, and the current security threats. The best and the brightest in the field come to share their knowledge, giving delegates the opportunity to learn about the industry’s most important issues. With two days and two dynamic tracks, delegates will spend Day 1 on the Attack, learning how even the most protected systems can be breached. Day 2 is dedicated to Defense, and delegates will learn if their defense mechanisms are on par to thwart nefarious and persistent attacks.
Internetwork Consulting Solutions Architect,
Responsible for designing and building broadband multi-service networks supporting MPLS, VoIP, and IPTV for service providers, leading cyber security research efforts, in addition to performing network security architecture assessments and penetration tests for enterprise, utilities, service provider and government entities.
The father of ERPScan Security Monitoring Suite for SAP. Organizer of ZeroNights, a deeply technical security conference. His expertise covers the security of enterprise business-critical software like ERP, CRM, SRM, banking and processing software. He is the manager of OWASP-EAS (OWASP subproject), a well-known expert on the security of enterprise applications developed by such vendors as SAP and Oracle.
Owner, Operator, Presenter,
Adrian Crenshaw has worked in the IT industry for the last fifteen years. He runs the information security website Irongeek.com, which specializes in videos and articles that illustrate how to use various pen-testing and security tools.
Product Security Team - Twitter,
Charlie Miller is currently on the Product Security Team at Twitter. Previously he had been a consultant at Accuvant Labs and Independent Security Evaluators. Before that, he spent 5 years at the NSA. He was the first with a public remote exploit for both the iPhone and the G1 Android phone. He is a four time winner of the CanSecWest Pwn2Own “hacking” competition. He has hacked batteries, Second Life, and iOS codesigning. He has authored three information security books and holds a PhD from the University of Notre Dame