OWASP AppSec California 2018
Held on January 30-31, 2018

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) AppSec California 2018 is a great opportunity for information security professionals, developers, QA and testing specialists from around the world to learn and share knowledge about secure systems and secure development methodologies. The head of our AppSec Research team, Arseny Reutov, will be speaking about the weaknesses of pseudorandom generators (PRNG) in Ethereum smart contracts. He’ll also explain how to build a secure PRNG. And at our booth No. 25 we’ll be inviting delegates to test their AppSec skills for the chance to win great prizes.

Cyber Security Chicago
Held on October 18, 2017

Cyber Security Chicago offers invaluable security insights for both IT managers and security decision-makers. Visit Positive Technologies at booth 556 or look out for our speaking session on the main agenda.

IANS Chicago Information Security Forum
Held on October 10–11, 2017

The IANS Information Security forums are two-day educational events bringing together IT and information security practitioners for the opportunity to learn more about new technologies. Positive Technologies will be participating in the Technology Spotlight sessions—join us to learn more.

IP Expo Europe
Held on October 4–5, 2017

IP Expo Europe is Europe's number-one IT event for those looking to find out how the latest IT innovations can drive their business forward. Visit Positive Technologies at booth A13 or look out for our speaking session on the main agenda.

Attackers are Innovating: Is your WAF? A Positive Technologies Webinar
Held on September 20, 11am BST

Attackers are Innovating, Is your WAF?—PT Application Firewall is recognized by Gartner for the third time as a visionary. PT Application Firewall is a smart protection solution based on advanced technologies and ongoing global research. It provides proactive and continuous protection for your applications against both known and unknown attacks, including the OWASP Top 10, automated and client-side attacks, and zero-days.