OCTOBER 10, 2020 – Closing out conINT 2020 is none other than acclaimed nerdcore artist YTCracker. A former “cracker” turned rapper, MC and DJ, YTCracker is considered by many to be one of the originators of nerdcore. Outside of music, YTCracker is a respected information security professional, serving in roles ranging from advisor to CISO. YTCracker’s performance will start immediately following the conclusion of conINT 2020’s closing keynote.
OCTOBER 5, 2020 – conINT has formally accepted presentations 19 speakers from across the security and intelligence industry from this year’s Call for Presentations. conINT received more than 30 talk proposals for 2020’s event covering a wide range of intelligence and security topics.
OCTOBER 2, 2020 – Charles Shirer has joined the roster for conINT 2020. Currently working Security Consultant and Threat Hunter, Charles has had more than 17 years in Information Technology and Security. Charles is also a contributor to the SECBSD penetration testing distro based on the OpenBSD Operating System.
SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 – conINT is pleased to add Amy Herman to the growing conINT 2020 roster. Amy is an art historian and attorney, who has spent more than 14 years providing leadership training to military, law enforcement, medical, education, and industry professionals throughout the United States. Amy is the author of the book Visual Intelligence.
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020 – conINT is excited to announce the addition of three more speakers to the roster for conINT 2020: Luke Phillips, Chris Poulter, and Bryan Hurd! Attendees will have an opportunity to hear from these 3 experienced investigators about all things intelligence as part of the presentations on Day 1 of conINT 2020 scheduled for October 17.
SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 – Benjamin Strick, renowned open-source investigator for BBC Africa Eye, is the latest to join the roster of speakers for conINT 2020. Best known for his work on the Peabody Award-winning BBC News Africa’s Anatomy of a Killing, Strick is widely considered an expert in, geospatial intelligence, geolocation, and chronolocation. Strick has also worked on BBC Africa Eye’s Sudan’s Secret Hit Squads and Sudan’s Livestream Masacre, and is an active contributor for Bellingcat.
SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 – conINT is excited to announce our first keynote speaker for our 2020 event: Nicole Beckwith. A former state police officer and federally sworn U.S. Marshal, Beckwith is an internationally recognized speaker on information security, policy, and cybercrime. Beckwith has previously worked with the United States Secret Service in their Financial and Electronic Crimes division as a task force officer. In her current role as a Senior Cyber Intelligence Analyst at General Electric’s Avaiation division, Beckwith curates Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIRs) for stakeholders throughout GE.
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020 – conINT proud to announce that the Call for Papers for their inaugural conference is now open for submissions! Organized by The National Child Protection Task Force (NCPTF), Trace Labs, and The Many Hats Club, conINT aims to be the premier intelligence conference for intelligence and security enthusiasts, students, and professionals from across the globe. The two day event will serve as a fundraiser for NCPTF and Trace Labs, with all proceeds going to help continue their vital mission of assisting law enforcement to locate and recover missing persons, including victims of human trafficking.