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JAM Systems International Event Archiv 2009 
 

Dubai Air Show 2009

Dubai, U.A.E., 15-19 November 2009

Dubai Air Show 2009

Running from 15 to 19 November 2009 at Airport Expo, the Dubai Airshow is the foremost aerospace event in the Middle East and the fastest growing airshow in the world.

Following the record-breaking show in 2007, the Dubai Airshow continues to grow. New for 2009 is an additional exhibition hall 'Emirates Hall'; named after its host and sponsor Emirates Airline the new hall provides an additional 5,000sqm of exhibition space, an increased Press Centre and an extra registration building to accommodate trade visitor traffic.

With over 90% of available exhibition space already booked, this year's show is nearing capacity. View the floorplans for this year's Airshow here.

The Dubai Airshow is organised by F&E Aerospace, in conjunction with Dubai Airports, the Government of Dubai and in collaboration with the UAE Armed Forces - we look forward to welcoming you to Dubai this November. 

More information: dubaiairshow.aero 

   

GITEX Technology Week 2009

Dubai, U.A.E., 18-22 October 2009

GITEX 2009 - Dubai - U.A.E.

GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2008 builds upon the global interest in the Middle East's ICT landscape by presenting a power-packed week of dedicated trade segments, which includes GITEX BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, GULFCOMMS, CONSUMER ELECTRONICS and new for 2009 - MEFX. Focusing on the region's fastest growing sectors – these three distinct, yet closely related segments deliver focused forums for key buyers and decision-makers from across the region.

More information: www.gitex.com 

 

 

BruCON

Brussels, Belgium, 18-19 September 2009

 

BRUCON Conference 2009

All your packets are belong to us - Attacking backbone technologies

The year 2008 has seen some sever attacks on infrastructure protocols (SNMP, DNS, BGP). We will continue down that road and discuss potential and real vulnerabilities in backbone technologies used in today's carrier space (e.g. MPLS, Carrier Ethernet, QinQ and the like). The talk includes a number of demos (like cracking BGP MD5 keys, redirecting MPLS traffic on a site level and some Carrier Ethernet stuff). ERNW performed for this session on BruCon with a new tool kit made available in the "Download" section. It's about making the theoretical practical, once more!

More information: www.brucon.org

 

Hacking at Random 2009

Vierhouten, 13-16 August 2009

 

HAR Conference 2009

All your packets are belong to us - Attacking backbone technologies

The year 2008 has seen some severe attacks on infrastructure protocols (SNMP, DNS, BGP). We will continue down that road and discuss potential and real vulnerabilities in backbone technologies used in today's carrier space (e.g. MPLS, Carrier Ethernet, QinQ and the like). The talk includes a number of demos (like cracking BGP MD5 keys, redirecting MPLS traffic on a site level and some Carrier Ethernet stuff) all of which will be performed with a new tool kit made available in our "Download" section.

Daniel Mende and his crew offer a workshop on MPLS Security at a conference for the first time. The workshop is free and will include heaps of hands-on learning. It's about making the theoretical practical, once more!

More information: www.har2009.org

 

 

Black Hat USA 2009

Las Vegas, USA, 25-30 July 2009

 

Black Hat Conference 2009

Cloudifornication: Indiscriminate Information Intercourse Involving Internet Infrastructure

What was in is now out. This metaphor holds true not only as an accurate analysis of adoption trends of disruptive technology and innovation in the enterprise, but also parallels the amazing velocity of how our datacenters are being re-perimiterized and quite literally turned inside out thanks to Cloud computing and virtualization. One of the really scary things happening with the massive convergence of virtualization and cloud computing is its effect on security models and the information they are designed to protect.

Where and how our data is created, processed, accessed, stored, backed up and destroyed in what is sure to become massively overlaid cloud-based services (and by whom and using whose infrastructure) yields significant concerns related to security, privacy, compliance and survivability. Further, the "stacked turtle" problem becomes incredibly scary as the notion of nested clouds becomes reality: cloud SaaS providers depending on Cloud IaaS providers which rely on Cloud network providers. It's a house of, well, turtles.

This "infrastructure intercourse" where your resources and data can be located anywhere makes it very interesting to try and secure your assets when you don't own the infrastructure and in most cases can't control the level of security. We will show multiple cascading levels of failure associated with relying on cloud on cloud infrastructure and services including exposing flawed assumptions and untested theories as it relates to security, privacy and confidentiality in the Cloud with some unique attack vectors.

More information: www.blackhat.com

 

INTERSOLAR 2009

Munich, Germany, 27-29 May 2009

Intersolar 2009 - Munich - Germany

Intersolar is the world's largest solar technology trade fair and the number one meeting point for everyone in the solar industry. Intersolar focuses on the Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal branches.

In this year, 1,422 exhibitors presented their products and services across 104,000 sqm exhibition space – a space increase of 37 %, compared with the previous year. Approx. 60,000 visitors from 155 nations got an overview of a large number of innovations. In addition, over 2,000 participants attended the 22 conference events in Munich.

More information: www.intersolar.de 

 

Aerospace Testing 2009

Munich, Germany, 27-29 April 2009

Aerospace Testing 2009 - Munich - Germany

Aerospace Testing is Europe’s leading meeting place for the Aerospace Test Engineering Community, connecting senior engineers to leading suppliers in a highly focused business environment.

Gain valuable technical information delivered by qualified experts covering next-generation testing methods and the quest for faster and better verification systems, ultimately helping you to accelerate your lead time and improve operational efficiency.

Aerospace Testing, Design and Manufacturing took place in Munich on 21-23 April 2009 and maintains its position as the leading international trade show for senior engineers, managers and directors.

The show was 3238 square metres including 194 exhibiting companies from over 20 countries.

2,476 attendees, including 1,636 unique visitors coming from 44 countries.

International visitors represented over 25% of the audience.

More information: www.aerospacetesting.com       Aerospace Testing 2010

 

CEBIT 2009

Hannover, Germany, 3-8 March 2009

CEBIT 2009

The formula for success is simple but effective: Leads + Publicity = Business

With a clear display structure, new services, optimized visitor promotion and a broad-based range of press services, the leading trade fair for the ICT industry gives you what you need to build a successful future for your business.

And because CeBIT is a focus of attention for all sectors of industry, it delivers more high-quality contacts. You can expect a lot from CeBIT 2009. Don't miss out!

More information: www.cebit.de     CEBIT 2010

 

IDEX 2009

Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., 22-26 February 2009

IDEX 2009 Abu Dhabi U.A.E.

 

Organised By Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company
 
Officially supported by the UAE Government and co-ordinated with the active assistance of the Armed Forces, IDEX 2009 is the 9th edition of the Middle East's premier defence exhibition and conference. IDEX provides the ideal venue for the defence industry to showcase new technologies and equipment to prospective buyers from the growing defence markets in the Middle East, Asia and Far East.

IDEX 2009 attracted over 50,000 attendee including senior government officials and military personnel to source technology and equipment for all defence environments.

  • 2009 saw 897 exhibitors showcasing the latest technological advances in equipment, services and solutions for land, air and sea.
  • Live vehicle mobility and amphibious demonstrations took place daily throughout the open period of the exhibition.
  • Visiting warships berthed at the exhibition centre quay alongside amphibious craft.
  • The Gulf Defence Conference took place onsite on the second day opf the event.

897 companies from around the world showcased their latest products, systems and technology at IDEX 2009 - click here to view the 2009 Exhibitor List

More information:  www.idexuae.ae

 

 

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