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BSidesKC2017


 

Visit www.bsideskc.org for details! 

When: May 20th 2017

Where: Think Big Coworking: 1712 Main St, Kansas City, MO

Cost: $20

Each attendee will receive a free T-Shirt, Lunch and Drinks/Beer (21+). 

Student tickets are available for free, please contact us to receive your code.

 

 

Registration: http://bit.ly/bsideskcreg

 

Questions? Email us at [email protected]

 

Interested in sponsoring? Check out the Sponsor Packet and/or email [email protected]

 

Follow us on Twitter | LinkedIn

 

Twitter hashtag #BSidesKC

 

Schedule

 

TRACK 1

TIME SPEAKER – TOPIC
8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Opening Remarks (Track 1 Only)
9:15-10:05 Keynote – Chris Nickerson (Track 1 Only
10:15-11:05 Shogo Cottrell – Back in the hunt: Using hunt teams to discover anomalous and malicious behavior
11:15-12:05 Ryan Preston – Server 2016 and the End of Lateral Movement (Or is it?)
12:15-1:05 Spencer Davis – I fell into a Ring0 of Fire: Windows Kernel Shellcode
1:15-2:05 Alejandro & Julie Villegas – Social Tinder-neering with a twist of Kik: How to leverage Mobile Dating Apps to enhance your social engineering attack techniques
2:15-3:05 Josh Brunty – PUPs to Pwn: Attack vectors of the newest waves of bloatware
3:15-4:05 Chris Salerno – Your New Red Team Hardware Survival Pack
4:15-5:05 Dan Barker – Architecting the Future: Abstractions and Metadata
5:15-6:05 Tim MalcomVetter – Johnny Q. CISO just got a new Red Team, Bug Bounty, and S Class
6:15-6:40

Closing Remarks & Raffle (Track 1 Only) – Must be present to win

 

TRACK 2

TIMESPEAKER – TOPIC
8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Opening Remarks (Track 1 Only)
9:15-10:05 Keynote – Chris Nickerson  (Track 1 Only)
10:15-10:40 Barry Cooper – What’s the deal with IoT?
10:50-11:15 Brandon Rozario – Red Teaming: The Physical Intrusion of IoT (ICS/SCADA)
11:25-11:50 Aaron Blythe – Introduction to Shodan
12:00-1:00 Lunch Break
1:10-1:35 Caleb Christopher – For The Record: SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Records
1:45-2:10 Glenn Gustitus – Security and User Experience: Pushing for Change in the Enterprise Environment
2:20-2:45  Kevin Shekleton – The Security of Classic Game Consoles
2:55-3:20 Ben Miller – “Who Cleans the Racks?” A Cloud Vendor Evaluation story
3:30-3:55 Jered Bare – Manage The Bugs So They Don’t Manage You
4:05-4:30 Michael James – OSINT And You: A Love Story
4:40-5:05 Bryan Wilson – A Survey of the Symbiotic Relationship between Cyberliability Insurance and Information Security
5:15-5:40 Gared Seats – Problem: The boss wants to connect something he shouldn’t Solution: Log Management and Log aggregation
5:50-6:05 Open
6:15-6:40 Closing Remarks & Raffle (Track 1 Only) – Must be present to win

 

Lockpick Village

Georgia chapter of The Open Organization Of Lockpickers (TOOOL, https://augustalocksports.org/toool-ga/)educate attendees about locks and physical security issues.  And, they are also bringing lock pick sets to sell!

 

Open Hacking Village

The newly announced Open Hacking Village (OHV) is completely free and available for all to attend (noob to expert). In its first year opening, the OHV will be hosting a list of environments for hackers to tinker around in. OHV will include a Car Hacking Village (http://www.carhackingvillage.com/), IoT Hacking Village, and Enterprise Hacking Village. The intention of this village is to give people a free, legal environment to learn the tricks of the trade in hacking, test exploits out in, identify new exploits, learn from others, etc. 

 

Planners

   

 

Want to help us plan? Drop an email to [email protected]!

 

Volunteers

 

We’re seeking volunteers to help make this event happen! Volunteers are day-of-event helpers that pitch in to help manage registration, security, speaker wrangling and more. Gain the respect of your peers by being involved with the community, and you get to learn new things too! 

Contact us for more info.

 

Participants

 

Registration open soon!

 

Sponsors

 

— GOLD LEVEL —

 

 

— SILVER LEVEL —

 

 

— BRONZE LEVEL —


 

 

— BRASS LEVEL — 

 


 

— VENUE SPONSOR —

 

 

 

 

— À LA CARTE SPONSORSHIPS —

 


 


 

 

— Pass The Hat SPONSORSHIPS —

 

 

 

 

All items below are things that would help to ensure that BSidesKC 2017 is one of the premier local and annual information security conferences! Remember: The more times they see your name, the more they will remember it!

 

Party On! - $3,000 (1 available) Sponsored by Fishtech Group

There ain't no party like a BSides party! Help us cover the bar tab at the best part of any con, the after party. The after party provides a great environment to share ideas, recruit your next genius, and just have a good time with like-minded folks.

 

Venue -  (1 available) Sponsored by Think Big Partners

 

Badges - $3,000 (1 available) Sponsored by AM Cyber

Everyone likes a sweet con badge. Make this year's a collectors item.

 

Lunch - $2,500 (1 available) Sponsored by RAVENii

There's no question that participants will work up an appetite over the course of the event. Your logo will be displayed where lunch is served as well as thank you messages on the BSidesKC website and via BSidesKC social media.

 

<Your Name Here> Lanyards - $800 (1 available) Sponsored by Depth Security

Have your company logo wrapped around every neck at BSides! Your logo will be dual branded with the BSidesKC logo on fancy schmancy lanyards that won't scratch your neck.

 

<Your Name Here> Room - $800 (1 available) Sponsored by Forescout

Sponsor the Green Room for our speakers and volunteers. This room will provide a space for speakers to prep and volunteers to take a breather and will include refreshments and pick-me-ups throughout the day.

 

Capturing Memories - $300 (2 available)

Help us capture BSidesKC 2017 for all the world to see by sponsoring our official videographer and photographer.

 

Adopt-a-Speaker - $500 (2/4 available) Sponsored by Bugcrowd and ISG Technology

Provide a stipend for speakers who need a little help getting to Kansas City to share their ideas and research.

 

You Got That Swag - $300 (1 available) Sponsored by Trend Micro

Put your brand out there on the official BSidesKC swag bag. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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