Welcome to Canada’s Largest IT Security Expo!

Expo Attendees

A SecTor Expo Pass is your ticket to engage, network and discuss the latest in IT security with professionals from top Canadian and international security organizations.

The Expo Pass is designed to give those who cannot make the two full conference days access to exhibitors and their sessions and provides great opportunity to keep up-to-date with the latest research, news and technologies. In registering for a SecTor Expo Pass you have access to:

  • The Expo
  • Over 100 of the world’s leading security organizations
  • All Tools and Sponsor Sessions
  • Watch the keynotes from the SecTor Theatre
  • Learn how to pick locks and hack IoT devices
  • The Career Panel and Fair
  • Add pre-conference activities to your registration
  • Earn CPE credits

Expo Highlights

SecTor Expo TheatreWatch keynotes on the big screen and enjoy the engaging sponsor sessions in the SecTor Theatre.

SecTor IoT Hack LabHome to the largest security expo and interactive centre in Canada, each year SecTor hosts a variety of activities in conjunction with conference sessions including the ever-popular Lock Pick Village and IoT Hack Lab.

SecTor Expo Hall SponsorsThe SecTor Expo is your chance to engage, network, learn from and discuss the latest in IT security with reps from the world’s leading security organisations.

Conference Features Expo Full Conference
Access to the Expo
Engage and Network with Exhibitors & Sponsors
Participate in Expo activities including
Lock Pick Village and IoT Hack Lab
Watch Keynotes Live in Keynote Hall
Watch Keynotes streamed/telecast in the SecTor Theatre
Attend Technical Sessions
Attend Management Sessions
Attend Security Fundamental Sessions
Attend Tools Sessions
Attend All Sponsor Sessions*
Access to Career Panel and Fair
Lunch & Light Refreshments
Each Conference Day
Invitation to Networking Reception and
Party at Steam Whistle Brewing
Add Pre-Conference Activities to Registration
Conference Bag
Earn CPE Credits
1 per conference day &
up to 8 for pre-conference activity

8 per conference day &
up to 8 for pre-conference activity

All registered attendees will receive regular conference updates in the lead up to, at, and after the event, including links to the conference presentations.

Subject to ticket availability and paying the current conference rate, any registered Expo Attendee can upgrade to a Full Conference ticket.

*Sponsor Session room locations vary, see schedule for details.

At SecTor 2018, Expo attendees had access to over 30 conference sessions:

Tuesday October 2, 2018

Time Room Session
09:00
10:00
Theatre
(803AB)
Morning Keynote Day 1 – Telecast in SecTor Theatre
10:15
10:45
Theatre
(803AB)
The Human Firewall is on Fire – What Do You Do When the Smoke Clears? – Mounil Patel
10:15
11:15
Tools
(716AB)
Elytron: Next-Generation Security for Java Servers – Farah Juma
11:30
12:00
Theatre
(803AB)
Cybersecurity Evolution/Cost Reduction Paradox – Ajay Sood
11:30
12:00
Tech1
(718A)
Keyspace Reduction in Mechanical Locks – Schuyler Towne
11:30
12:00
Tech 2
(801A)
Internet of Things: Is Winter Coming? – Robert Falzon
11:30
12:00
Tech 3
(801B)
Breach Readiness, Mandatory Reporting and You! – Danny Pehar
11:30
12:00
Management
(718B)
Security Powered by Big Data – David Soto
11:30
12:00
Security Fundamentals
(714AB)
From Profit to Destruction: Analyzing Today’s Threat Landscape – Earl Carter
11:30
12:00
Tools
(716AB)
Developing and Implementing an Effective Endpoint Security Strategy – Kurtis Armour
12:00
13:15
Theatre
(803AB)
Lunch Keynote Day 1 – Telecast in SecTor Theatre
13:25
13:55
Theatre
(803AB)
Case Studies in Defending Your Digital Enterprise – Matt Broda
13:25
14:25
Tools
(716AB)
Heimdall: Vulnerable Host Discovery and Lifecycle Monitoring Toolkit – Andrea Braschi
14:40
15:10
Theatre
(803AB)
One the Eve of Quantum Computing: The Definitive Need for Crypto Agility – Chris Hickman
14:40
15:40
Tools
(716AB)
How much Cyber Insurance Do You Need, or Do You Need it at All? – Julien Ducloy
14:40
15:55
Keynote Hall
(Hall F)
Developing Your Career in IT Security (2018) – Brian Bourne, Dave Millier, Maxwell Shuftan, Laura Payne, Stephan Jou & Donald Messier
15:55
16:25
Theatre
(803AB)
Encryption is More than a Button – Alex Loo
15:55
16:55
Tools
(716AB)
Extending Your Incident Response Capabilities with Sysmon – Peter Morin

Wednesday October 3, 2018

Time Room Session
09:00
10:00
Theatre
(803AB)
Morning Keynote Day 2 – Telecast in SecTor Theatre
10:15
10:45
Theatre
(803AB)
The Real Deal About AI – Josh Fu
10:15
11:15
Tools
(716AB)
Angad: A Malware Detection Framework Using Multi-Dimensional Visualization – Ankur Tyagi
11:30
12:00
Theatre
(803AB)
Crowd Sourced Security – Applying the Wisdom of the Crowd to Cyber Defences – John “Lex” Robinson
11:30
12:00
Tech1
(718A)
Achieving Secure Digital Transformation: Turning the Dream into Reality – David Millar
11:30
12:00
Tech 2
(801A)
Streamlining Compliance Programs for Operational Security – Mark Holub
11:30
12:00
Tech 3
(801B)
Everything or Nothing: Active Defense in the Corporate World? – Aamir Lakhani
11:30
12:00
Management
(718B)
Minority Report: A Predictive “Pre-crime” Approach Requires a Human Focus – Charles Keane
11:30
12:00
Security Fundamentals
(714AB)
Orchestrate. Automate. Accelerate – Jadon Montero
11:30
12:00
Tools
(716AB)
Reinventing PC & Printer Security – Kurt Lysy
12:00
13:15
Theatre
(803AB)
Lunch Keynote Day 2 – Telecast in SecTor Theatre
13:25
13:55
Theatre
(803AB)
Standing Up to Cryptojacking – Best Practices for Fighting Back – Matthew Hickey
13:25
14:25
Tools
(716AB)
Malboxes: Make Malware Analysis More Accessible – Olivier Bilodeau
14:40
15:40
Tools
(716A)
Weapons of a Pentester – 2018 Edition – Nick Aleks

Sponsors