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Security BSides Boston 2015

www.bsidesboston.org

 

Invite Your Friends on Twitter by: "Discover the great next big security thing Saturday, 05/09/2015! Security BSides Boston 2015 Security Con #BSidesBOS #infosec #boston #MA"

 

 

 

 

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or email help [at] bsidesboston [dot] org for any questions

 

When:

Saturday, May 9th, 2015, 9am - 6pm

 

Why:

Engage in information and cyber security communication and expand the security community. Over 250 students, technologists and information security professionals each participated in 2013 and 2014. Remember to register early as this event will likely sell out.

 

Where:

Microsoft 1 Cambridge Center (Not Microsoft NERD)

 

Hotel Room Block:

All reservations must be made by 4/15/2015 to receive the discounted rate.

 

Security Bsides Boston 2015 Conference Room Block

 

Marriott hotel(s) offering your special group rate for $299/night

Book your group rate for Security Bsides Boston 2015 Conference Room Block

 

Cost:

$20

This is to ensure that you are coming #bsidesbos

 

How:

We are sold out!

Registration was Here

 

Agenda:

Schedule

 

 

Keynote Speaker:

     Molly Sauter

 

Molly Sauter - Author of The Coming Swarm

 

 

This year, we will be featuring a special keynote address and book signing with Molly Sauter. Molly is a doctoral student at McGill University in Montreal in the department of Art History and Communication Studies. She holds a masters degree in Comparative Media Studies from MIT, and is an affiliate researcher at the Center for Civic Media at the MIT Media Lab and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Her research is situated in socio-political analyses of technology and technological culture, and is broadly focused on hacker culture, transgressive digital activism, and depictions of technology in the media. Her work has been published in The Atlantic, HiLow Brow, io9, The American Behavioral Scientist, and the MIT Technology Review. Her research has been featured by Popular Mechanics, BoingBoing, the BBC, NPR, the CBC, Der Spiegel, Salon, and the Christian Science Monitor. She is the author of The Coming Swarm: DDoS Actions, Hacktivism, and Civil Disobedience on the Internet. She resides in Montreal, Quebec, and lives on the internet, blogging at oddletters.com and tweeting @oddletters.

 

  


Code of Conduct

We have ZERO TOLERANCE for physical/verbal/sexual harassment of anyone at BSides Boston. Our “Code of Conduct” is quite simple: “Do not be an Ass”*, otherwise you may be asked to leave. Asking questions of a speaker during their talk, to get clarity or debate a point is NOT being an ass – heckling or haranguing the speaker IS. If you are not sure, ask, or err on the side of basic decency and common courtesy. Please help us enforce this — if any participants are doing something would not be acceptable to have done to you (or any human being), do not let them treat anyone else that way. If you are having an issue with a BSides Boston participant of ANY badge type, please find a BSides Boston staff member, who will take an official incident report and determine next steps.

 

*Staff reserves the right to determine what constitutes “Being an Ass”.

 


Advisory Board

Jack Daniel (@jack_daniel)

Michelle Klinger

Banasidhe

Roy Wattanasin (@wr0) - advisor - website

Frank Quinn

 


Team Security BSides Boston (@bsidesboston)

Josh Huston (@stonhu)

Thomas Hart

Paul Drapeau (@pdogg77)

Macy Cronkrite (@macycron)

Patrick Laverty (@plaverty9)

Lea Snyder (@_leisures)

Mike Perez (@InternMike)

Mitch Tanaki (@thetonganninja)

Dan Reich

John-Nicholas Furst (@johnnfurst)

Ken Olsen

 


 


Sponsors

 

Thank you to those organizations that stepped up to make BSidesBoston possible. There are no more sponsorships available for 2015.

 

 

 

 

DIAMOND SPONSOR

 

Rapid7

GOLD SPONSORS

 

 

 

 

 

CTF SPONSOR

CORE SPONSORS

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PARTNERS 

 

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Charitable Efforts

Every year, Security BSides Boston supports multiple charities, such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Securing Change

 

         

 

 


 

Invite Your Friends on Twitter by: "Discover the great next big security thing Saturday, 05/09/2015! Security BSides Boston 2015 Security Con #BSidesBOS #infosec #boston #MA"

 

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