BSidesDayton 2019

An information security conference.

When

November 23rd, 2019
From 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Tickets are available now!

Register

The Speakers

Jeremy Hong

Jeremy Hong comes from a very hands-on and pragmatic hardware design background. His company, Hong’s Electronics, offers hardware design and consultation advice as well as contributing back to the Open Source Hardware (OSHW) Community.

Jerod Brennen

By day, Jerod Brennen (@slandail) is a storyteller, teacher, speaker, advisor, and security architect. By night, he's a husband, father, writer, filmmaker, martial artist, musician, and gamer.

Call For Papers

BSidesDayton 2019 call for papers will be opened from October 7th to November 1st. This year will consist of a single track with 2 speakers. Each presentation will be 45 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for Q&A. We are planning on recording the presentation and distributing them afterwards for free.

Please note that any presentation that is deemed a marking pitch or a sales pitch will be politely rejected.

To sumbit a presentation, you can do one of two things. You can either fill out this Google form or you can email your reponses to the following questions to cfp@bsidesdayton.com.

  • Preferred Email Address
  • Who are you representing (yourself, company / group name)
  • Title of presentation
  • Abstract of presentation
  • Approximate length of presentation
  • Are you okay with your presentation being recorded?
  • Will you be traveling to the event? If so, from where?

Every submission will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours. All submissions will be reviewed starting November 2nd and 2 submissions will be picked on or before November 6th. Every submitter will receive a response whether or not their presentation has been accepted before the end of the day November 6th.

All submissions are appreciated. If you have any further questions or have any comments, please feel free to email cfp@bsidesdayton.com.

Conference Schedule

1:30 PM - 1:50 PM

Registration

1:50 PM - 2:00 PM

Introduction

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hacking Identity: A Pen Tester’s Guide to IAM

Jerod Brennen

Abstract Know your opponent and know yourself. It held true for Sun Tzu 2500 years ago, and it holds true for pen testers today. A pen tester who has worked in sec ops role has a distinct advantage, especially if that pen tester has a solid grasp of the good, the bad, and the ugly of identity and access management (IAM) in an enterprise setting. For red teams, this presentation will cover pen testing tips and tricks to circumvent weak or missing IAM controls. For blue teams, we'll also cover the steps you can take to shore up your IAM controls and catch pen testers in the act. Purple teaming, FTW!

Bio: By day, Jerod Brennen (@slandail) is a storyteller, teacher, speaker, advisor, and security architect. By night, he's a husband, father, writer, filmmaker, martial artist, musician, and gamer. It's fair to say that he's earned every gray hair in his beard, having spent his career fulfilling infosec roles in consulting, higher education, retail, and public utilities. Jerod loves to share what he's learned over the years every chance he gets: at local and regional professional meetings, at larger conferences, and online via blogs and podcasts. He has published multiple online information security courses with Pluralsight and LinkedIn Learning, and he also teaches courses in person, both domestically and internationally. At the end of the day, Jerod just wants to help folks get one step closer to doing what they want to do securely.

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hardware Reverse Engineering 101

Jeremy Hong

Abstract: A high level overview for the curious and beginners looking for a starting point to get into the exciting world of hardware hacking. This presentation will cover the tools and techniques to explore, manipulate, and exploit electronic systems. Product teardown, component identification, PCB (Printed Circuit Board) reverse engineering, soldering and desoldering, signal monitoring and analysis, and memory extraction will also be covered.

Bio: Jeremy Hong comes from a very hands-on and pragmatic hardware design background. He has dealt with dense complicated mixed signal circuit board designs and layouts (40+ layer PCBs). Today he works in hardware design and product security for an Aerospace and Defense contractor in the Greater Dayton Area. His company, Hong’s Electronics, offers hardware design and consultation advice as well as contributing back to the Open Source Hardware (OSHW) Community.

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Outro

Pricing & Registration

Limited Tickets are available.

BSidesDayton 2019 is a free event. Only 40 tickets will available for purchase. Please be courteous when purchasing tickets.

Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bsidesdayton-2019-tickets-74761111497

Ticket Pricing

$0

Participant

Ticket includes food, appetizers, and soda. Alcoholic drinks will be available to purchase from Ladder 11.

Sponsors & Partners

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Send us an email at sponsors@bsidesdayton.com!

Location and Venue

Jimmie's Ladder 11 is a restored 1892 firehouse turned folksy-chic tavern. The conference will take place on the second floor of the bar.

Venue

Jimmie's Ladder 11

936 Brown St

Dayton, OH 45409

https://www.jladder11.com/

Additional details

Ladder 11 should have an adequate parking lot.

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