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Akamai Edge 2014: A Look at the Web Security Track (UPDATED)

In two weeks, I'll be at the Akamai Edge customer conference. It's a terrific opportunity to meet face-to-face with a lot of our customers and get their feedback on what's working for them and what we can improve upon. A robust Web Security track of talks is planned, and I'll be blogging about it. 

The security track will run each day of Edge. Here's a partial list of what's planned:

Wednesday, Oct. 8:

1:30 PM-2:10 PMMillion Browser Botnet - Live Demonstration
Michael Smith, Director Information Security, Akamai
2:20 PM-3:00 PMThe Evolution of TLS/SSL - Improving the Foundations of Internet Security

Brian Sniffen, Chief Security Architect, Akamai Technologies
3:10 PM-3:50 PM2014 DDoS Threat Report

David Fernandez, PLXsert Manager, Akamai Technologies

4:00 PM-4:40 PMThe Growing Importance of CyberSecurity

Steven Chabinsky, 
former Deputy Assistant Director FBI's Cyber Division

Thursday, Oct. 9:

1:30 PM-2:10 PMDisruptive Trends in Security

Adrian Lane, Senior Security Strategist, Securosis

2:20 PM-3:00 PMIncident Response Panel - From Theory to Reality
David Grau, Head of Threat Response, Intelligence and Defensive Technologies, TD Bank
Lisa Beegle, Security Customer Success Manager, Akamai Technologies
3:10 PM-3:50 PM
3:10 PM-3:50 PM        Using Client Reputation to Enhance Security

Ory Segal, Director of Threat Research, Akamai
John Summers, Vice President Security Business Unit, Akamai

Friday, Oct. 10:

9:00 AM-9:40 AMBypass Surgery - Akamai's Heartbleed Response Case Study

Brian Sniffen, Chief Security Architect, Akamai Technologies