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Octava Cloud Solutions Announce Attendance at This Year’s Defcon Conference

Added: (Mon May 27 2019)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Japanese cloud security firm Octava today announced that they will be sending two of their top Cloud Engineers to the conference

Date: August 8-11, 2019
Location: Las Vegas, NV

Octava Cloud Solutions top cloud engineer Dave Oliver said “We find these conferences invaluable places to meet up with some of the best minds in the business. The level of knowledge and expertise on show at the event covers all aspects of our business and is a must attend for us”. David also said “The internet has a serious, ever evolving dark side that we as a company must stay in tune with, our customers expect the best and we are constantly evolving along with any threats to ensure they stay secure”.

Def Con is easily one of the biggest upcoming hacking conferences of 2019. This four-day event is going to be jam-packed with contests, talks, cyber security challenges, musical events, informal meetups, and parties. The main conference will spread out over a number of Las Vegas hotels, with related events hosted in nearby locations. The conference will also feature villages that will focus on topics like lock picking, soldering, hardware hacking, car hacking, vote hacking, cryptography, privacy, and more.

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Submitted by:Akari Harada
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