Throughout the month of October, Team OpenDNS is hitting the road. We’re stopping at major conferences and security events near you:
Kicking things off in the Great White North, our first stop is SecTor in Toronto, October 8-9. Dana Wolf, our Senior Director for Products, will be discussing how OpenDNS utilizes Big Data science to fight malware in real-time.
If you’re headed to the conference, stop by Tech 3 (room 801b) in the South Building at 2:40 to catch Dana’s presentation; you can also visit our team in booth 303 to learn more about OpenDNS and Umbrella!
Our second destination is EDUCAUSE 2013 in Anaheim, Ca, Oct 15-18th. Stop by our booth (721) to hear how OpenDNS and Umbrella can protect your students, staff, and faculty—no matter where their academic journey leads them. OpenDNS Founder & CEO David Ulevitch, as well as members of our product and sales teams, will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Additionally, we’re hosting a Welcome Reception for all attendees on Wednesday, Oct. 16. Stop by the Hilton Anaheim from 6:30 – 8:30 for cocktails, food, networking, and giveaways. You can register for the complimentary reception here.
Also on the 16th, OpenDNS CTO Dan Hubbard will be presenting at the InnoTech Conference in Austin, TX at 9:30 AM. His session, entitled “The Zen of a New Security Venn” will examine the new role of Big Data in real-time threat protection. You can also head to booth 423 to speak with Dan and other members of Team OpenDNS about our data-driven security.
The Research Team will be represented at BSides Raleigh on October 18th as Security Researcher Dhia Mahjoub presents on the fast detection of new malicious domains using real-time monitoring of DNS traffic, suspicious IPs, and Big Data analysis tools.
Wrapping up the month, our road-warrior team will stop at the N-Able Summit, Oct. 23-25, in Scottsdale, AZ. OpenDNS Product Manager Dima Kumets will be presenting, and the rest of Team OpenDNS will be on hand in our booth throughout the two days of the conference, answering any questions and doing live demos.
Follow along on Twitter @opendns for live updates from the field. If you’re not able to join us at any of these events, don’t worry! We have a packed event calendar for next month, too. Stay tuned!