Exciting news: We’re hosting the second annual QueryCon on June 20th-21st in New York City, co-sponsored by Kolide and Carbon Black!
QueryCon has become the foremost event for the osquery and osql open-source community. QueryCon brings together core maintainers, developers, and end-users to teach, discuss, and collaborate on Facebook’s award-winning open-source endpoint detection tool.
Last year’s inaugural conference (hosted by Kolide in San Francisco) boasted 120 attendees, 16 speakers, and talk topics ranging from ‘super features’ to ‘the extensions skunkworks’ to ‘catching everything with osquery events.’ This year, we’re switching coasts and growing the event in honor of the growing community. Join us for what is sure to be a great event!
- When: June 20th – 21st
- Where: Convene at 32 Old Slip in downtown Manhattan, just steps from Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange.
- What to expect:
- Two days of talks by osquery and osql engineers, users, and fans — no sales talks
- Structured time to discuss and collaborate on fixing issues and improving the project
- Networking with users and experts
- Sponsored afterparty in downtown Manhattan
Make sure to buy your tickets ASAP — last year’s event sold out!
Call for Papers
Would you like to be a featured speaker at this year’s QueryCon? You’re in luck: Speaker slots are still open.
About Trail of Bits
It’s no secret that we are huge fans of osquery. From when we ported osquery to Windows in 2016 to our launch of our osquery extension repo last year, we’ve been one of the leading contributors to the tool’s development.
Trail of Bits helps secure the world’s most targeted organizations and products. We combine high-end security research with a real-world attacker mentality to reduce risk and fortify code.
We’re a security research and engineering firm headquartered in New York City. Our engineering services team works closely with business customers in tech, defense, and finance on quick-response feature development, bug fixes, and integration of the tools they depend on for endpoint detection and response, event log aggregation, secure software updates, and security testing.
We leverage the best of open-source software for our work, and regularly contribute enhancements to these projects as a result. In this way, we plan to bring projects like osquery, Santa, Omaha and StreamAlert to parity with the leading proprietary alternatives.
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Trail of Bits Blog authored by Mike Myers. Read the original post at: https://blog.trailofbits.com/2019/04/09/announcing-querycon-2019/