|• The event will take place at the Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid), on February 4
• Admission is free and places are limited. Prior registration is required at www.securitybloggersummit.com
On February 4 at 18:00, the 2nd Security Blogger Summit will open at the Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid). Organized by Panda Security, the three-hour Summit will consist of a roundtable discussion, bringing together several American and Spanish security experts and other Internet figures. This edition will focus on Internet users’ security, including education and awareness issues; legislative regulations, inter-country coordination and privacy limits, as well as initiatives and actions required to improve the security situation.
Registration is free and places are limited. Those wishing to attend the event must register at www.securitybloggersummit.com.
So far, the following guests have confirmed their attendance:
– Kurt Weismer, renowned security opinion leader and author of the blog http://anti-virus-rants.blogspot.com/
– Brian Krebs, investigative journalist and editor of Krebs on Security (www.krebsonsecurity.com). He has worked at the Washington Post as a writer on one of the blogs http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/
– Marcelo Rivero, founder and leader of http://www.infospyware.com
– Joseph Menn, journalist from the Financial Times USA and author of the recently released cyber-crime book, Fatal System Error: The Hunt for the New Crime Lords Who are Bringing Down the Internet.
– Yago Jesus, security expert and member of http://www.securitybydefault.com/
– Alejandro Suarez, one of the most influential Internet figures and president of Ocio Networks, Grupo Publispain, Inversora Foley and founder of Yes.fm. He also has a professional blog (http://www.alejandrosuarez.es).
– Marc Cortes, expert in electronic marketing, communication and social media. Founder and co-organizer of cava&twitts, and leader of http://www.interactividad.org/
– Finally, Javier Sanz is in charge of one of the most popular technology websites in Spain http://www.adslzone.net/
The roundtable will be moderated by Josu Franco, Director of Corporate Development at Panda Security.
The Security Blogger Summit will be broadcast live (streaming) on the Internet (www.securitybloggersummit.com) and via iPhone. It will also be followed in real time through Twitter (http://twitter.com/SecurityBlogS).
Further information about the agenda, the location of the event, speaker profiles and the registration form, are available at www.securitybloggersummit.com.