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Monthly Archives: May 2014

RVAs3c 2014 is SOLD OUT!

We are pleased to announce that RVAs3c 2014 is now sold out and we look forward to a great event! In the coming days we will provide some additional information about the conference to everyone registered. There are still spots remaining for training classes and registration will remain open until 11:55 PM Eastern time today! We […]

Registration Ends TODAY!

Registration for RVAs3c ends at 11:55 PM Eastern time today!  We only have a few tickets left, and since there are no sales at the door, don’t wait–just register to guarantee yourself entry. Our amazingly cheap training classes are still open, as all four still have spots available.

Message From Schuyler About Training!

Hey, RVASec! I’m Schuyler, physical security guy, lockpicker, researcher, etc. I’ve been very honored to run trainings at RVASec the past 2 years, and while I feel confident that I’ve been able to bring a lot of material and hands-on experience to folks who took my classes, this year I’m trying to take a big […]

Training Spots Still Available! Registration Closes May 30th

Tickets for training classes are still available.  Help ensure that we are able to continue to provide low cost training by attending a class and spreading the word! The Secrets of Security with the OSSTMMInstructor: Pete HerzogCost: $250 Lock Picking & Lock ForensicsInstructor: Schuyler TowneCost: $250Networking for PentestersInstructor: Rob FullerCost: $199.95Into the Worm Hole: Metasploit for Web […]

Reception Sponsored by TruShield Security!

We are pleased to announce that TruShield Security has agreed to sponsor breakfast Friday, and the reception at the conclusion of RVAsec! The reception will take place right after the last talk and will include food, beverages and all of the prizes for the CTF and from our sponsors. Thanks again to TruShield for helping make this a […]

Gene Fishel, Chief Of The Computer Crime Section In Virginia Attorney General’s Office To Keynote!

Gene Fishel currently serves as Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the Computer Crime Section in Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s Office. In this capacity he directs prosecutions of computer fraud, identity theft, and child exploitation cases in state courts across Virginia, and serves as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in both the Eastern and Western Districts […]

Regular Registration Ends TODAY!

Regular registration for RVAs3c ends at 11:55 PM Eastern time today!  We may have late registration tickets for $150 (yes, that’s $50 more than right now)… but no guarantee! And since there are no sales at the door, don’t wait–just register to guarantee yourself entry. Our amazingly cheap training classes will remain open for now, as all four […]

RVAs3c Capture The Flag Update and Prizes Announced!

RVAs3c Capture The Flag: The RVAsec Capture The Flag (CTF) is getting close! Below are details that are meant to ensure participants are prepared for the event. We’re excited to invite anyone and everyone who is interested in learning and exploring using different tools and techniques with hands on practical exercises to join us. The team has worked […]

Speaker feature: Steve Werby

Steve Werby @stevewerby / Befriend / [OBFUSCATED] Steve Werby is an independent security consultant and researcher at Befriend and a security architect at a Fortune 2^8 company. He’s held consultant, architect, and CISO roles in the information security field over the last 15 years.   Bad Advice, Unintended Consequences, and Broken Paradigms – Think & Act […]