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Dark Web conference



Inside the Dark Web:
An A-to-Z Guide to Business and Government Concerns and Opportunities

Inside the Dark Web is a unique one-day experience where companies, law enforcement agencies, Wall St and financial firms, and developers/engineers can explore the far-reaching security concerns and opportunities spawned by the Dark Web.

The Darknet was developed to allow secure communications between government agencies as well as dissidents and whistle blowers fighting oppressive regimes, but now it's being used to help attack companies as it allows the secure exchange of pilfered information, such as social security and credit card numbers.

In today's security conscious atmosphere, every business and government entity
must understand the challenges this underground network poses,
as well as the many positive attributes of the Dark Web.

Experts from government, the financial community, law enforcement and the cyber security arena will give you the background history, current utilization and future thoughts about the fast growing yet misunderstood world of the Darknet.

Content will focus on:

  • Techniques to find your stolen data
  • The TOR browser
  • How to best understand challenges and opportunities
  • Onion routing
  • Technical facts
  • Illegal usage vs legitimate uses
  • Future business applications

Become a Speaker

The deadline to submit is Friday, March 18 at 5:00pm EST, your time is limited!

To submit a speaker for consideration, complete this form [Become a Speaker], then email the following materials to events@tmcnet.com:

  • Biography and headshot of proposed speaker
  • Links to any appearances, previous speaking gigs, video, podcasts, or press
  • Illegal usage vs legitimate uses
  • Appropriate contact information


If you have questions regarding speaking opportunities, contact: Bob Miko at 203-378-2803 .

Due to the high volume of submissions received, only individuals who are selected to speak
will receive a reply.

For more information, visit: Inside Dark Web

  • To register, contact: Frank Coppola / 203-852-6800 x131

  • To become an exhibitor and sponsor contact: Dave Rodriguez / 203-852-6800 x146

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