Hobart Branch Meeting - December 5

Hobart Branch Meeting
Join us at the Hobart Branch Meeting for the last presentation of the year with Matt Jones on Sandbox and for a celebratory drink afterwards at Hanging Garden from 4pm


Topic: Understanding the Chromium Sandbox on Windows
Matt’s talk will look at the Chromium sandbox, an important piece of technology that is being used by the world’s most popular web browsers to help protect systems from full system compromise. The area of browser sandboxing is relevant to everyone, and will very likely to continue for some time.

It will provide an overview of what the Chromium sandbox is, how it works on Windows, how it's gone so far, and where this space may be going. The talk will include:

  • An introduction to the history, architecture, and design of the Chromium sandbox
  • A walk-through and demos to understand the evolution of browser sandboxing on Windows - the types of offensive research and exploits that we've seen, how countermeasures have been developed, and how Windows 10 has been evolving till now to support the Chromium sandbox
  • A look at the future for browser sandboxing on Windows.

Speaker: Matt Jones
Matt Jones is a partner at Elttam, one of Australia’s most esteemed security engineering consultancies

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speaker at the end of the presentation.

Christmas Party Drinks:
Please join us afterwards at the Hanging Garden, 112 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000 from 4PM for the AISA Hobart Branch Christmas Party

AISA members: Please sign in to register for this event 
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For any queries, regarding this event please contact AISA Event & Sponsorship Manager, Susanna Palermo via email susanna.palermo@aisa.org.au 

12/5/2019 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Enterprize space Level 5 Hobart City Council building 24 Davey Street Hobart, TAS 7000 AUSTRALIA