SecTor 2022

Boasting a lineup of industry experts including Mohammed Waqas, Paula Januszkiewicz, Tim Dafoe, Rohan Aggarwal, Danny Pehar and Seth Hardy, see the full list of first-round speakers, including our very own Olivier Bilodeau and Lisandro Ubiedo now at

SecTor 2022 will be a live, in-person event taking place in the South Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) on October 5 and 6. Complete your conference experience by adding the Cloud Security Summit (October 4) or a Black Hat Trainings at SecTor course from October 1-4, 2022.

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As a proud partner of SecTor 2022, Canada’s IT Security Conference, we’re excited to offer you $100 off a Full Conference or FREE Expo Pass to this year’s event when you book with our discount code GoSecure2022.

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GoSecure Sessions

Our cybersecurity experts and specialists will be sharing their insights and best practices in the following:


Into the Abyss: Cybersecurity Tool Selection, Rationalization, and Decommissioning

The practice of information security is maturing rapidly. This transition to more scientific approaches to prioritizing security investments is becoming the standard to justify value. Security practitioners must embrace these mature approaches to strategic defense planning and resource allocation. This presentation will discuss ways to make the best choices to maximize defense coverage with appropriate resource allocation.

Date: October 6, 2022
Time: 12:10pm – 12:40pm

Complete details here.

Jeff Schmidt

Jeff Schmidt

CTO at GoSecure

Mr. Schmidt is a 25-year veteran of the information security industry. With a unique blend of technical expertise and business savvy, he has consistently shown results architecting and delivering security and risk management solutions for a full range of government and private sector firms. Previously, Mr. Schmidt was a Vice President of Covail where he led the cybersecurity business (Covail was acquired by GoSecure). Prior to Covail, Mr. Schmidt founded Authis (acquired by Richemont), served as the Vice President of Product Management for ENDFORCE (acquired by Sophos), and directed the technology planning, budgeting, implementation, and operations for a $65M department at The Ohio State University. He also spent time at The Microsoft Corporation where he spearheaded Microsoft’s first internal malicious testing of Windows 2000. Mr. Schmidt served on the Board of Directors of Delta Risk, A Chertoff Group Company, until its acquisition by Motorola Solutions. Mr. Schmidt received a BS and MBA from The Ohio State University and currently serves on the Board of Directors of DataPulse LLC.


Purple RDP: Red and Blue Tradecraft Around Remote Desktop Protocol

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is the de facto standard for remoting in Windows environments. It grew in popularity over the last couple of years due to the pandemic. In addition to system administrators, many remote workers are now relying on it to perform duties on remote systems. RDP is secure when well deployed but, unfortunately, that’s rarely the case and thus clicking through warnings is common. We have spent the last 3 years working on and reimplementing parts of RDP in PyRDP, our open-source RDP library. This presentation is about what we have learned and can be applied to attack and defend against RDP attacks.

Date: October 6, 2022
Time: 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Complete details here.

Olivier Bilodeau

Olivier Bilodeau

Cybersecurity Research Director

Olivier Bilodeau is leading the Cybersecurity Research team at GoSecure. With more than 12 years of infosec experience, Olivier runs honeypots, reverse-engineers binaries, and develops malware analysis tools. He authored several important AV industry reports like Dissecting Linux/Moose, Operation Windigo (about the Ebury malware) and Ego-Market: When Greed for Fame Benefits Large-Scale Botnets. Passionate communicator, Olivier has spoken at several conferences like RSAC USA, BlackHat USA/Europe, DefCon, 44CON, NorthSec, Botconf, SecTor, Derbycon, AtlSecCon and more. Invested in his community, he co-organizes MontréHack — a monthly workshop focused on applied information security — and he is NorthSec’s Vice-President and runs its Hacker Jeopardy.

Détection et réponse gérées Titan
Antivirus de nouvelle génération
Détection et réponse sur les terminaux
Détection et réponse sur le réseau
Détection et réponse sur les boîtes de messagerie
Détection et réponse face aux menaces internes
Gestion des pare-feu
Gestion des SIEM
La gestion des vulnérabilités en tant que service
GoSecure Titan
Logiciel Titan
Sécurité de la messagerie
Sécurité Web
Boîte à outils «Responder PRO Forensics»
Services professionnels
Services de préparation aux brèches
Les services-conseils personnalisés en cybersécurité
Évaluation de la cybersécurité
Services de réponse aux incidents
Services des équipes « Red & Purple »
Services de tests d'intrusion
Services de conformité et d'audit
Évaluation de la compromission de la sécurité
Technologies tierces

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