IstSec’19 Information Security Conference

Since 2009, the Istanbul Information Security Conference (IstSec), which brings together security experts and enthusiasts, will be held this year on May 2, 2019, at Istanbul Medeniyet University.

I will also participate as a speaker with a presentation titled “Backdoor Hunting” at this conference, and I will be giving away the famous CEH V10 (Certified Ethical Hacker) training from BGA Information Security to one lucky attendee through a draw!

What is IstSec?

IstSec (Istanbul Information Security Conference) is an information security event organized specifically for Istanbul with the aim of sharing knowledge among information security professionals, enthusiasts, and experts in the field. The ISTSEC conference, held annually in Istanbul, offers participants a different perspective by covering security topics that are independent of specific products and technologies, setting it apart from similar security events.

Who is it for?

IstSec is aimed at information security managers, network and system security department employees, security product sales and marketing experts, those interested in ethical hacking, individuals looking to improve their skills in digital forensics analysis, software professionals, and cybersecurity experts. However, it is an event that anyone interested in information security and its subfields can watch with great interest.

Speakers & Program:

For the current list of speakers and the conference program, you can visit

Participation & Registration:

Participation in the conference is free, but registration is required. You can register at


Istanbul Medeniyet University, Göztepe-South Campus, Aşık Paşa Hall.

IstSec 2017

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