Speakers

Key Note Speakers

Eric O’Neill – Cyber Security in the Age of Espionage

Kevin Poulsen – How Cybercrime Became Big Business

CFP Speakers

Damien Adams, Mark Myers – Managing Your MSSP

Stacey Banks – Protecting Third-Party Risk From Plundering

Brian Beaudry – Intro to Fuzzing for Fun and Profit

Joe Blankenship – Chaining the Future: Blockchains and Security

Cameron Boozarjomehri – Exploiting Data and Rethinking Privacy

Beau Bullock, Derek Banks – Build Your Own Physical Pentesting Go-Bag

Nikita Mazurov, Kenneth Brown – Protecting Visual Assets: Digital Image Counter-Surveillance Strategies

Michael Brown – HIPAA for Infosec Professionals

Ben Curry – Lessons from the Field: Governance, Compliance & Security in SharePoint Online

Matthew Domko – Alert All the Things! (Network Baselines/Alerts with Bro Scripts)

Joe Partlow, Jonathan Echavarria – Interactive Incident Response

Kat Fitzgerald – Honeypots and Live Threat Intelligence

Vito Genoese – What I’ve Learned Writing CTF Challenges

Shane Hartman – NFC Your Smartphone’s Best Friend or Worst Nightmare

Michael Hinckley – Office 365 Security Center Planning Considerations

Erik Iker – e-Extortion Trends and Defense

Erich Kron – Phishing Pholks Phor Phun and Prophit

Octavio Paguaga – Pow Pow Pow Powershell!

Christa Pusateri – Propel Your Security Career by Writing Your Own Story

Jeremy Rasmussen, Paolo Soto – Deconstructing 100% JavaScript-based Ransomware

Scott Sattler – Build the Capability to Detect, Triage And Respond

Chad Seaman – ArchStrike Linux

Jonathan Singer – Hacking The Sabbath And Keeping It Holy

Mike Spaulding, Mitch Spaulding – Redefining Security in a Cloud-Centric Future

Andy Thompson – Advanced Targeted Attack

Julien Vehent – Mozilla’s Tips on strong HTTPS

Christopher Williams – Securing The Electrical Grid From Modern Threats

Jim Wojno – Incident Response – No Pain No Gain

Brandon Workentin – What the Hell is ICS Security?

Alan Zukowski- Securing Agile Development