Advanced Web Application Security

This year’s advanced Web application security training is given by none other than world-famous and Montreal-local Philippe Arteau. Philippe built a corpus which covers many recent Web vulnerabilities and with exercises in several popular languages.
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Presented by: Philippe Arteau

Malware and Memory Forensics

For the first time at a Canadian conference, we are pleased to announce that we have a digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) training from none other than the co-author of the Malware Analyst Cookbook and The Art of Memory Forensics books Michael Ligh. Michael is also a core developer of the open source memory forensics tool Volatility.

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Presented by: Michael Ligh



The training sessions will take place right before the conference on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Training sessions start at 9am and finish at 6pm.


  • Full ticket to the NorthSec Conference (Thursday and Friday)
  • Coffee, refreshments, snacks and lunch
  • Access to a special networking event with drinks after the second day of training

If you already purchased your conference ticket, write us un email at to get a refund. Note that we reserve the right to cancel a training if a minimum number of participants isn’t met.


  • Early bird until February 28th: 2400$ (20% off)
  • Early bird until March 31st: 2700$ (10% off)
  • Full price: 3000$
  • Prices are in $CAD before taxes and fees

About Us

NorthSec is the biggest applied security event in Canada, aimed at raising the knowledge and technical expertise of professionals and students alike. We are determined to create a high quality security forum composed of a two day single track conference by the brightest in their field of expertise, followed by an intense 48 hour on-site CTF contest.