The first online conference on information security and cybercrime will be held on Saturday, June 21, 1399, on the occasion of the 19th anniversary of the formation of Shabgard hackers on the same old domain called Shabgard.net for two days.
- Participation in this conference will be free and without registration.
.Those who are interested in presenting the article with the focus on the title of the conference are invited to send your presentations to us at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 3, 1399.
- Providers can present with real identity or with hidden identity in this conference
This conference will be held within the framework of cyber laws of Iran and the United States. The time of each presentation is at least 30 minutes and a maximum of 1 hour. (This time may change).
- To participate in the conference, all you have to do is enter the live broadcast of the conference via one of the following links:
The presentation table may change without notice, so always follow the latest table from https://shabgard.ir/
THREATS FROM HAMID KASHFI
Email Response from Hamid Kashfi
I’m contacting regarding an accusation that TreadStone71 as a company has made against me, by means of your website posts as well as your Twitter account, which leaves the impression to your audience and clients and accuses me of being involved with IRGC, MoIS or Basij in Iran. This is obviously false accusation and defamation and I’m asking my details to be removed from your contents immediately.
This is not the first time I’ve been subject of such false accusations because of my country of origin and professional work, and none of those have been true nor lasted. Fortunately I have never had to use the means of legal actions and I certainly hope this case will remain the same. While I’m aware of possible connections of some of the other individuals in the listed TreadStone post, this is directly addressing my concerns about myself as an individual and a professional member of this community. This is not the first time TreadStone has made such wrong judgments about Iranian nationals and individuals, mistakenly affiliating them with groups and activities that they were not part of. I can highlight dozens of such mistakes in your reports (which are marginally acceptable considering the volume of contents) but then I would be doing your job.
Simply being in touch with individuals with connections to Iran government or other organisations does not make a person affiliated with, a supporter of or even connected to the organizations you have listed in such cases. In the same vain, not every infosec event held in that company is necessarily a rouge or government/intel-service sponsored event. My participation in the online event you have highlighted is one of such cases. Many of such events (listed by your reports as rouge activities) are legitimate academic or non-profit attempts for sharing experience and knowledge among individuals working in this field in Iran. And obviously not every Iranian national working in the information security field is necessarily working with government or is connected to their actions as a nation. Doing such categorization and labeling would be poor judgment and unprofessional. While for you these might be cheap marketing attempts to sell your products and services, such publicly and poorly-backed accusations can lead to serious problems in the life of said people. Not every individual might have the voice or means as I do to defend themselves.
Online Conference on Infosec and Cybercrime – Iran /// Email Response and the show …
Those who claim independence from their government cannot operate where they do without government approval. #Iran #Offsec #Webamoozir #MemoryLeaks #P0scon #APT33 #APT34 #IRGC #Basij #mois #vaja #sepahpasdaran pic.twitter.com/4ek6FjXOAB
— Treadstone 71 (@Treadstone71LLC) June 10, 2020
I hope Treadstone71 as a company would respond to this message and this can be resolved smoothly. Otherwise I will have to follow up this matter by legal means.
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- Born: 1990
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- Instagram: https://instagram.com/xhdix
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- Babak Amin Azad – PhD Candidate at Stony Brook University
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