Posts Tagged ‘DCBSDCon’

pfSense presentation from DCBSDCon now available on YouTube

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

My presentation from DCBSDCon is now available on YouTube. Network Perimeter Redundancy with pfSense

Hope it turned out decent, public speaking isn’t one of my strengths.

Lots of other content from DCBSDCon and other BSD conferences on the BSD Conferences YouTube channel for those interested. A couple in particular from DCBSDCon that I really enjoyed:

A Narrative History of BSD, Dr. Kirk McKusick

Network Security Monitoring with FreeBSD, by Richard Betjlich.

There were a number of other good ones too, check out the BSD Conferences channel for more.

DCBSDCon coming up soon!

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

DCBSDCon 2009 is coming up in just over two weeks. Registration closes in just 10 days, so register now! The conference rate hotel discount has expired, but there is another, cheaper hotel option.

For those who haven’t seen the earlier post, I will be presenting on pfSense at DCBSDCon.

DCBSDCon schedule now available

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

A great looking schedule for DCBSDCon 2009 is now available. My session on pfSense will be at the end of the day Friday.

Register now!

Network Perimeter Redundancy with pfSense session at DCBSDCon

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

It’s official. As I alluded to yesterday, I will be presenting at DCBSDCon 2009.

Got to love the intro they added.

What do you get when you cross an enterprise-class packet filtering subsystem with a graphical front-end for easy configuration and maintenance?  A throbbing headache for commercial vendors like SonicWALL, that’s what.

Information on the session is available on the DCBSDCon blog.

The BSD conferences are always very informative, and a great time and I’m sure DCBSDCon will be no different. I look forward to meeting many of you there. 

DCBSDCon registration opening soon

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

DCBSDCon is a BSD conference being held in Washington DC on February 5 and 6, 2009. Registration will be opening soon.

The accepted speakers have been notified, and the official announcements will be coming soon on the DCBSDCon blog.  Hint: the readers of this blog will find a session of interest, but I will let them officially announce the lineup before discussing any further.

This conference coincides with Shmoocon, a security conference in Washington DC. I haven’t been to Shmoocon, but have watched most of the presentations given there in the past from videos on their website, and it’s top notch stuff. Past presentations and videos:  2008  2007  2006  2005