Here's the rest of my list:

10:00-11:00 FX, Developments in Cisco IOS Forensics.

11:15-12:30 Oliver Friedrichs, Threats to the 2008 Presidential Election (and more).

13:45-15:00 Option 1: Scott Stender, Concurrency Attacks in Web Applications. Option 2: Travis Goodspeed, Side-channel Timing Attacks on MSP430 Microcontroller Firmware.

15:15-16:30 Option 1: Alexander Sotirov and Mark Dowd, How To Impress Girls With Browser Memory Protection Bypasses. Option 2: Karsten Nohl, Mifare - Little Security, Despite Obscurity. This is one of the toughest time slots as you also have McFeters/Carter/Heasman and Grossman/Evans in the lineup. Choices, choices.

16:45-18:00 Option 1: Bruce Dang, Methods for Understanding Targeted Attacks with Office Documents. Option 2: Christopher Tarnovsky, Inducing Momentary Faults Within Secure Smartcards/Microcontrollers.

Lots of intriguing hardware talks on Day 2. A lot of it is probably over my head and my first options are more applicable to my day job. There might have to be some room hopping.

I fly out to Vegas tonight -- see you all there!

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Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer, is responsible for integrating security expertise into Veracode’s technology. In addition to helping define and prioritize the security feature set of the Veracode service, he consults frequently with customers to discuss and advance their application security initiatives. With over 15 years of experience in application security, Chris brings a wealth of practical expertise to Veracode.

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