Contributed by grey on from the Edmonton OpenBSD congregations dept.
Speaker: Theo de Raadt, OpenBSD lead developer Where: Nov 17, U of A Computing Sciences Center CSC B-02, 1400-1700 Hrs.
Having attended CanSecWest in previous years, I've learned that UoA is home to a number of OpenBSD proponents, some of whom I've had the pleasure of meeting, and many of them are sure to be in attendance. This sounds like a great opportunity to see not only an interesting presentation, but to meet other OpenBSD users and even some developers. We highly recommended this event for those who can attend.
Theo will also be speaking for the CIPS Edmonton Security SIG on November 18th. Unlike the UoA talk, this does not appear to be an open event. However, you can check the local chapter webpage here, which has details on previous event locations as well as information about non-member walk-in fees.
UPDATE http://www.cipssecsig.ab.ca/ has more up to date information on the November 18th talk. Unfortunately, this update probably comes too late to make reservations (I was dealing with MUA problems, sorry), but it should go without saying that everyone who can't make the CIPS SIG meeting (or even those who can) should definitely attend the UoA talk.
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