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Review of submissions has started and a schedule will be announced soon. Events already announced are:<br><br>
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| The completed schedule is available on '''http://sched.brucon.org/grid-full'''
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* Keynote: Memoirs of a Data Security Street Fighter by Mikko Hypponen
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* Presentation: Embedded System Hacking and My Plot To Take Over The World by Paul Asadoorian
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=General Information=
* Workshop: Malicious PDF Analysis by Didier Stevens
 
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For more information, check our [[Frequently Asked Questions | F.A.Q.]]
 
  
The 2009 archive with videos and presentations can be found on [http://2009.brucon.org/articles/v/i/d/Video.html the 2009 wiki]
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* '''Registrations start at 8h30!'''
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* Typically workshops run for 2 consecutive speaking slots (ca. 2 hours), but some of them are even longer
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* Workshop rooms in the location '''Novotel Ghent (Orval, Chimay, La Trappe)''' are 5 minutes walking from the main venue
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* Workshop seats are limited. '''Reserved seats get in until 5 min before the workshop. After that it is first come, first in.'''
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* Read our important instructions on [[how to use SCHED.org]]!
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* This schedule is subject to change, check back regularly.  
  
== Latest news ==
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'''Talks:'''
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* Building a Successful Internal Adversarial Simulation Team - Chris Nickerson and Chris Gates
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* What Does the Perfect Door or Padlock Look Like? - Deviant Ollam
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* New Adventures in Active Defense, Offensive Countermeasures and Hacking Back - John Strand
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* NO EASY BREACH:Challenges and Lessons Learned from an Epic Investigation - Matthew Dunwoody
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* Decepticon The Rise and Evolution of an Intelligent Evil Twin…!!! - Rushikesh Nandedkar, Amrita Iyer and Krishnakant Patil
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* Hello to the Dark Side: Understanding YOUR Adversaries without All Those Expensive Threat Intel Tools" - L. Grecs
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* Security through design - Making security better by designing for people - Jelle Niemantsverdriet
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* Esoteric Web Application Vulnerabilities - Andres Riancho
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* Invoke-Obfuscation: PowerShell obFUsk8tion Techniques - Daniel Bohannon
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* Virtual Terminals, POS Security and becoming a billionaire overnight - Grigorios Fragkos
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* Hacking KPN: Lessons from the trenches - Jeremy Goldstein and Bouke van Laethem
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* Scraping leaky browsers for fun and passwords - Stefaan Truijen, Adrian Toma
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* Smart Sheriff, Dumb Idea. The wild west of government assisted parenting - Abraham Aranguren, and Fabian Fäßler
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* Anti-Forensics AF - DualCore
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'''Workshops:'''
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* The Control Things Workshop - Justin Searle
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* Hacking The Enterprise - Nathan Magniez and Wim Remes
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* Brewcon - Chris Lytle
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* Hunting Malware with osquery at scale - Erik Waher, Jackie Bow, and Nick Anderson
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* Analyzing Malicious Office Documents - Didier Stevens
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* Incident Response Workshop - Maxim Deweerdt and Erik Van Buggenhout
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* Crowdsourced Malware Triage - Sergei Frankoff and Sean Wilson
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* How to securely build your own IoT enabling embedded systems - Jens Devloo, Jean-Georges Valle and Vito Rallo
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* 802.11 Leakage: How passive interception leads to active exploitation - Solomon Sonya
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* Putting a lock around your containers with Docker Security Primitives - Nils De Moor
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Final times for talks are still being finalised.

Latest revision as of 13:33, 18 October 2016

The completed schedule is available on http://sched.brucon.org/grid-full


General Information

  • Registrations start at 8h30!
  • Typically workshops run for 2 consecutive speaking slots (ca. 2 hours), but some of them are even longer
  • Workshop rooms in the location Novotel Ghent (Orval, Chimay, La Trappe) are 5 minutes walking from the main venue
  • Workshop seats are limited. Reserved seats get in until 5 min before the workshop. After that it is first come, first in.
  • Read our important instructions on how to use SCHED.org!
  • This schedule is subject to change, check back regularly.

Talks:

* Building a Successful Internal Adversarial Simulation Team - Chris Nickerson and Chris Gates
* What Does the Perfect Door or Padlock Look Like? - Deviant Ollam
* New Adventures in Active Defense, Offensive Countermeasures and Hacking Back - John Strand
* NO EASY BREACH:Challenges and Lessons Learned from an Epic Investigation - Matthew Dunwoody
* Decepticon The Rise and Evolution of an Intelligent Evil Twin…!!! - Rushikesh Nandedkar, Amrita Iyer and Krishnakant Patil
* Hello to the Dark Side: Understanding YOUR Adversaries without All Those Expensive Threat Intel Tools" - L. Grecs
* Security through design - Making security better by designing for people - Jelle Niemantsverdriet
* Esoteric Web Application Vulnerabilities - Andres Riancho
* Invoke-Obfuscation: PowerShell obFUsk8tion Techniques - Daniel Bohannon
* Virtual Terminals, POS Security and becoming a billionaire overnight - Grigorios Fragkos
* Hacking KPN: Lessons from the trenches - Jeremy Goldstein and Bouke van Laethem
* Scraping leaky browsers for fun and passwords - Stefaan Truijen, Adrian Toma
* Smart Sheriff, Dumb Idea. The wild west of government assisted parenting - Abraham Aranguren, and Fabian Fäßler
* Anti-Forensics AF - DualCore


Workshops:

* The Control Things Workshop - Justin Searle
* Hacking The Enterprise - Nathan Magniez and Wim Remes
* Brewcon - Chris Lytle
* Hunting Malware with osquery at scale - Erik Waher, Jackie Bow, and Nick Anderson
* Analyzing Malicious Office Documents - Didier Stevens
* Incident Response Workshop - Maxim Deweerdt and Erik Van Buggenhout
* Crowdsourced Malware Triage - Sergei Frankoff and Sean Wilson
* How to securely build your own IoT enabling embedded systems - Jens Devloo, Jean-Georges Valle and Vito Rallo
* 802.11 Leakage: How passive interception leads to active exploitation - Solomon Sonya
* Putting a lock around your containers with Docker Security Primitives - Nils De Moor


Final times for talks are still being finalised.