Sunday, February 12
9am - 6pm.
Two days, two speaker tracks each!
Registration opens at 8am.
Speaker schedule, day 1:
Nick Mckenna (DNS attacks, a history and overview)
Aren Sandersen (Reducing "Mixtape to Master Key" Scenarios: How to block the Dark Army from mayhem using API-driven access control)
Brandon Enright (Gringo Warrior)
Christine Bachman & Robert Hermes (Lockpick Extreme)
Katie Ledoux (Security through Visibility)
David Tomaschik (Assessing the Embedded Devices On Your Network)
Daniel Popescu (Make Alerts Great Again)
Jen Ellis & Josh Feinblum (Weathering the Storm: The Art of Crisis Communications)
Niru Ragupathy & David Tomaschik (Exploiting Broken Webapps)
Jason Craig (Building an Effective Intrusion Detection Program)
Neal Mueller (BeyondCorp: Beyond "fortress" security)
Vivian Ho & Chris Steipp (Better SSH management with ephemeral keys)
Ilya Nesterov (Live Dissection: Anatomy of a Browser Based Botnet)
Russell C. Thomas (The Cyber Insurance Emperor Has No Clothes)
Arian J Evans & Steve Ginty (Advanced Internet dataset combinations for #ThreatHunting & Attack Prediction)
Alex Maestretti (Linux Monitoring at Scale with eBPF)
E. Coleen Coolidge (How to Build a Security Team and Program)
Anjum Ahuja (Tired of Playing Exploit Kit Whack-A-Mole? Let's automate)
Tony Martin-Vegue (Should I Pay or Should I Go? Game Theory and Ransomware)
Nate Cardozo & Kurt Opsahl (Ask the EFF)
Full schedule here
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