Sneak Preview of the Art of the Hack with Rob Krug

Well, it’s Peak16 time again at the Aria in Las Vegas.

Did you enjoy Peak 2015? Then check this out ““ they are actually putting me on the main stage this year. If you thought that last year was entertaining, wait till you get a load me this time.

Don’t miss my main stage presentation on Tuesday, August 30, “The Art of the Hack”.

I have been analyzing the latest threats, exploits and breach scenarios, and between you and me, it’s pretty sinister out there. To highlight key information, I have some surprises in store. What better way to deliver a fresh look at the security threat landscape than on the main stage and the big screen. I would love to divulge the details but what’s the fun in that?

Go to the PEAK16 site to get the latest agenda, with all of the keynotes, business and technical sessions on SonicWall network security, access security and email security. This is going to be an awesome event with our channel partners.

I can’t wait to see you there. In the meantime, check out these videos – and follow PEAK16 on Twitter at @SonicWall #YesPeak16 on Twitter.

Rob Krug
Senior Security Solution Architect | SonicWall
Rob has been in the network engineering and security space for over 27 years and has been recognized as a past SonicWall Security Engineer of the Year. His background includes extensive work with telecommunications, network design and management, and network security. Specializing in security vulnerabilities, his background includes extensive training and experience in cryptography, ethical hacking and reverse engineering of malware. A Master CSSA, Rob has dozens of industry certifications and is also as a SonicWall Technical Master. He served in the United States Navy within Naval Intelligence, and also worked as both a data security analyst and director of engineering for multiple international service providers. Rob has designed, implemented and maintained some of the most complex and secure networks imaginable. And he collects malware for fun.
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