By Al Hartmann

Ziften to Flex Security Muscle at Upcoming Lockdown 2013 Conference

Ryan Holeman to Speak on Mobile Security

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) July 2, 2013 – Ziften, a provider of security intelligence for enterprise clients, will be presenting at Lockdown 2013 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on July 11. The event is a one-day conference for CIOs that focuses on security topics including web application firewalls, passive Bluetooth monitoring, targeted intrusion remediation, penetration testing and more.

“We are focused on cross-platform enterprise security, and mobile security is of growing importance to us as a company,” said Charles Leaver, CEO of Ziften. “We are proud to have the security depth and acumen at Ziften to support events such as Lockdown 2013.” Ziften has deep roots in security; its founders and key employees collectively hold 35 IT security patents while many employees have extensive IT security backgrounds with companies including Symantec, WholeSecurity, ClickSecurity, Microsoft and IBM.

Ryan Holeman, a senior software developer at Ziften, will be presenting “Passive Bluetooth Monitoring and Analysis with Scapy and Pandas” at Lockdown. Mr. Holeman (@hackgnar) regularly presents at security conferences like DefCon and Blackhat.  He has also published papers through ICSM and ICPC.

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