An ecclectic gathering of infosec people to hear awesome talks and have outrageously fun discussions! Our mission is to provide an inclusive, open environment for the sharing and collaborative discourse on topics that most interest you.
When: Coming January 2016CFP: http://t.co/FWURhHbg5h
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When: Coming January 2016
Starts at 8 am!
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Day 1: We are doing it a little different this year. The conference will run from 8am till 3pm. Then on to the After Party where we will have a few Fireside talks then the after party begins. *oh bring your pool stick if you have one!
|[Day] - [Jan 2016]||Track 1|
|8:00 AM - 8:30 AM||** Registration **|
|8:30 AM- 9:25 AM||Opening Remarks / Keynote
|9:30 AM- 10:15 AM||Name:
|10:20 AM - 11:25 PM||Name:
|11:30 AM - 12:25 PM||Name:
|12:30 AM - 12:45 PM||LUNCH!|
|12:45 PM - 1:15 PM||Name:
|1:20 PM - 2:00 PM||Name:
|2:05 PM - 2:45 PM||Name:
|3:00 PM till 4ish||Fireside Talks at the Fox and Hound|
|4ish till - ?? PM||AFTER PARTY!|
Fireside Talks & After Party!
"Participants will attempt to find virtual flags hidden throughout the closed network environment using a mix of skills ranging from the most basic ping sweep to compile-your-own exploits. All skill levels, ages, individuals and teams, are welcome - bring a laptop with your tools (Kali will be fine for most tasks) and jack in! We’ll have two different challenge levels available. Ring 0 is for participants wanting to learn the basics of hacking through hands-on walkthroughs. Ring 1 is for participants looking to play without the pretension or pressure of a capture the flag environment. Points are awarded for finding the flags, and prizes are awarded based on top finishers – we may award prizes for other things too – stop by and check us out. Brought to you by Delta Risk (www.delta-risk.net).
**What to bring, Laptop with ethernet cable and Kali / Backtrack Linux loaded.
- Lead Coordinator: David Balcar (@network232)
- Lead Coordinator: Eugene Floyd (@ThasWutiNo)
- Call for Papers lead:
- CFP & Speaker liaison:
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