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BSidesLV 2011

 

For information on BSides Las Vegas 2012 see this year's event page

 

 

BSidesLasVegas 2011  

*A special thank you*

Over the last 2+ years we have witnessed the rebirth of the security community. The conversations are getting more potent and the "TALK AT YOU" conferences are starting to realize they have to change. YOU are the reason for this new era of Information Sharing and Teamwork. The BSides community has continuously raised the bar and put the INFO back in INFOSEC. We thank each and every member/attendee/organizer of this community for their hard work, sweat, and relentless pursuit of High Quality information. We also have to give a HUGE amount of thanks to a group of generous sponsors that have the foresight to give without strings attached and PROVE to the community that we are all in this together. In concert the members and sponsors have allowed for us all to get together and make moves to change Infosec.... one chat, speech, laugh, and/or drink at a time. Thank you ALL! Mushy stuff aside ..... we present YOUR BSIDESLV 2011

 

 

When: August 3-4, 2011

 

Photo sets:

Jorchilles Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157627227112505/

Jfinke's Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/eknif/collections/72157627377887806/

 

Where: The Artisan Hotel

http://www.artisanhotel.com

1501 West Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102

 

 


 

Details:

If you have been to BSidesLV before.... you know what you are in for *or do you?* For all of you that have not been to BSidesLV, well, be prepared. You will be attending an event of epic caliber. We transform a cozy Mansion into one of the biggest FREE security conference/meetups in the world. You will not be encouraged to sit still, you will not be in awkward silence, you will see speakers light up with delight as you ask questions DURING their talks. This is a community thrown event. 4 us by us. We invite you into the "deep end" of the pool and promise that no judgments will be made.... just time to relax, have fun, and oh yeah... LEARN/SHARE. Every member works day and night to make it THE EVENT to be at, *especially* if you can't afford Blackhat, and plan to be in town for Defcon. Or... if you are just gonna come out to LV to experience the BSides magic. We need sponsors, wranglers, handlers, speakers, nuts, looneys, the sane, and those of you that are somewhere in-between to all throw in a hand. Because this year.... we are going BIG.

 

 It most certainly will be the red carpet event of the security year.

 

Sign up HERE to get your Tickets! 

 

 

 


Photos  From last year (Just in case you want a glimpse of what you are in for)

Jack's Flickr set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jack_daniel/sets/72157624477492617/ 

 

 

 


 

Shuttle Bus: (times/areas may change due to traffic)

Yes, there are shuttles. 

 

Wednesday will include stops at Caesars, then the Artisan Hotel.  First bus leaves Caesars main entrance at 08:30, then picking up at the Artisan.  Second bus leaves Caesars at 08:45.  We will have two buses running nonstop loops until the end of the day at BSides. If you are coming from the Rio on Wednesday, take the shuttle from the Rio to Harrah's or Bally's and walk across the street to the Caesar's main taxi round-about, to catch the shuttle to BSides.

 

Thursday will add stops at the Rio.  First shuttle leaves Caesar's, then to the Rio, then to The Artisan.  We will have two buses running continuous loops all day, with a third shuttle at peak times.  First bus leaves Caesar's at 08:30, second bus leaves Caesar's at 08:45, third bus leaves Caesar's at 9:00.

 

Note: the DEFCON badge line is blocking the Pavilion entrance, until it clears:

Head to convention center, keep to right of DEFCON ticket line, exit doors across from biz ctr, walk to road to access the Pavilion area. 

 

THE SPEAKERS

 

Wednesday, August 3
  Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
  Speaker Title Speaker Title Speaker Title
10:30 - 11:23 Tim Keanini Boyd's OODA and General Predator/Prey theory Wendy Nather How Government Accountability Conflicts With Citizen Privacy (and Why It's Your Fault) Adam Ely "Exploiting Management For Fun and Profit‚ - or - Management is not stupid, you are"
11:30 - 12:23 Val Smith Are There Still Wolves Among Us? Chris Roberts

Planes Keep Falling on my Head

Nicholas Donarski Weaponizing The Smartphone: Deploying The Perfect WMD
12:30 - 1:23 David Kennedy & Josh Kelley Using the Teensy for so much more... David Rook Agnitio:  the security code review Swiss army knife. Its static analysis, but not as we know it Ivan Ristic A study of what really breaks SSL
1:30 - 2:23 Schuyler Towne Vulnerability Research Circa 1851 Davi Ottenheimer 2011:  A Cloud Odyssey Will Vandevanter Distributed Denial of Service Attacks for Whitehats
2:30 - 3:23 Rafal Los Pentultimate Hack - Manipulating Layers 8 & 9 of the OSI Model (Management & Budget) Adam Mein All about the Benjamins -- Google's vulnerability reward programs Itzik Kotler Sounds Like Botnet
3:30 - 4:23 Kyle 'Kos' Osborn & Matt Johansen Hacking Google Chrome OS Joshua Marpet and Vlad Gostom Smile for the Grenade! Camera go Bang! Dave Cowen Anti Anti Forensics
4:30 - 5:23 Ashkan Soltani
When Zombies Attack - a Tracking Love Story
Grecs How to Win Followers and Influence Friends:  Hacking Twitter to Boost Your Security Career Steven F. Fox Tell Me Your Secrets - Tales of Social Engineering and The Human Mind
 
Thursday, August 4
  Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
  Speaker Title Speaker Title Speaker Title
10:30 - 11:23 Brian Baskin Walking the Green Mile:  How to Get Fired After a Security Incident Josh Sokol and Orlando Barrera II How to Hide Your Pr0n Charlie Vedaa Fuck the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES)
11:30 - 12:23 Mudge Zatko
Cyber Fast Track Georgia Weidman
Transparent Botnet Command and Control for Smartphones over SMS James Baker Living the Dream! - Info Sec Style
12:30 - 1:23 Egyp7 and Bannedit Long Beard's Guide to Exploit Dev warezjoe Wireless’ dirty sisters – The other RF (wireless) you aren’t looking at and why you are going to get hurt! Deepak R. Mahbubani Jr. Cognitive Intelligence and Network Analysis
1:30 - 2:23 Dillon Siemens / SCADA  0day Tim Wilson, Mike Mimoso, Michelle Schafer,  MC Petermann InfoSex Sells:  The Impact Of The Media And Public Opinion On Security Gal Shpantzer Cultural Cues from High Risk Professions
2:30 - 3:23 Ian Amit Advanced data exfiltration - the way Q would have done it Joshua Abraham
Hacking webapps is more fun when the end result is a shell! Rick Deacon Info Sec Institute: What College Never Will Teach You
3:30 - 4:23 HD Moore Something Awesome(TM) Jack Daniel, Josh Corman, Martin McKeay, Stacy Thayer, Gal Shpantzer Better to burn out than to fade away? Stefan Friedli THE 99¢ HEART SURGEON DILEMMA (How to fix penetration testing.)
4:30 - 5:23 Jay and Shane from Tactical Intelligence dot org How to pass audits with non-compliant systems Jason Ross, Mark Manning, Janice Paulson, Chris John Riley, Jack Daniel (Panel):  How (not) to run a Bsides Sergei Bratus Exploiting the Hard-Working DWARF

 

THE CLASSES

 

This year at BSIDES we have had some awesome BSIDERS step up and offer FREE CLASSES to our attendees. More information to come on this amazing FREE Class experience from some of the best in the industry.

 

WEDS: Networking for Penetration Testers by +mubix and +punkrokk *2 classes

*soldout*

 

 Sometimes it's good to retake a class you took years ago to refresh the

 basics, see what's changed, or just get a chance to look at it from a new

 mindset. This class walks through the basics of networking and their use

 from a penetration tester's point of view and as part of thier bag of tricks.

 

 No 0day being dropped or crazy web application bugs being dropped, just

 old school tricks that still work. There should be something for everyone,

 even some tricks that even the most experienced testers might not know.

 

THURS: Mobile app security code reviews

 

This class will start by explaining common mobile application vulnerabilities

and mistakes made by developers. We will then focus on how to perform

security code reviews of mobile app code using Agnitio v2.0 and the mobile

app rule sets included with v2.0. The first 40 people to sign up will be allowed

in. The rest will be queued for no-shows, so if you are # 49 and you show up

on time (and 9 others don't) you're in. ps If there is enough interest we might

run the class twice so sign up early!

 

SIGNUP:

https://spreadsheets0.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_US&hl=en_US&formkey=dEpDMkFwWl84SVp1MmVfcUVVZE51anc6MQ#gid=0

 

 

 

 


 

Sponsors

 

We are looking for sponsors that are ready to make a HUGE impact on the security world.

 

Engage the Audience




 
Above and Beyond
 
 
Core Supporter



 
Sponsors

 
Global Sponsors


 

 

 

 


 

Contests

 

 

Events

 

In addition to the main stage there will be several sidebar events, contests, and activities during BSidesLasVegas.  Feel free to add your event here with descriptive information, links, and other pertinent information.

 

 

Participants:

 

(Note: there is no "audience" at BSides, everyone participates).

 

 

Organizers

 

this event takes many hands to put together. If you want to help out please reach out to us. 

 

 

 

 

Other Participants

 

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Security Volunteers

 

Security crew is full. Thank you to all that have applied. If we were not able to work you into the schedule this year, try applying earlier next year. We typically start roll-call after BSidesSF wrap-up, in March and are 90% staffed by June.

 

With all sorts of regards,

-= Banasidhe

Your BSidesLV Safety & Security Fascist

 

 

Other Volunteers

 

The volunteer roster is full. Thank you to all who applied. If we were not able to work you in to the schedule this year, try applying earlier next year. We typically start roll-call after BSidesSF wrap-up, in March.

 

-= phat32

Your BSidesLV Volunteer Coordinator

 

 


Video Volunteers

 

Please let us know if you want to be added to the schedule & if you are willing to sit at the back of a session and babysit a video camera. It doesn't entail much beyond swapping tapes before things start, keeping an eye on the stream, and possibly interacting with the remote viewers over the chat channel.

 

Thanks!

 

 

Task List

(please -cross out- when it's done)

 

Tech

 

Wifi

Projector

White Boards

Photo 

Video

Audio

Streaming or Stickam or Skype

 

 

Non-tech

 

Breakfast

Lunch                

Coffee/Tea    

Tables and chairs

 


 

Who's blogging?

 

Read all the Media attention that BSides is getting!

 

Name Blog (URL)
 
 

 

 

 

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