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25/04/2012

The BSidesLondon2012 schedule

We are well aware that the day is so packed someone womewhere is going to be missing a great talk. The day is full and there are a number of other activities not reflected in this schedule so we suggest you pick a few and ensure there is plenty of talk and recharging in between the talks.

Most of the talks will be recorded and made available at a later stage so do not fear, if you miss it you can always catch it online later. Thos talks which are not being filmend are marked with a red start *

To know a little more about the speakes please check their bios here and don't forget at the bottom of the page more info regarding workshops and other tasty offerings.

 

 

 

Track 1-Cinema 2

Track 2-Cinema 3

Track 3-Conservatory

7:00

7:30

Track closed

Track closed

Closed

7:30

8:45

Registration in Garden Room

Registration in the Garden Room

Closed

8:45

9:00

 

BSides-intro (Iggy)

BSides-intro (Daniel)

BSides-intro (Tomasz)

9:00

10:00

Robin Wood : Breaking in to Security

 

Stephen Bonner : Elegant Security *

9:00-9:15

   

9:15-9:30

   

9:30-9:45

 

9:45-10:00

10:00

 

10:30

Colin McLean : H@cking Tayles of the first degree Student Centred Hacking.

Ian Maxted : Social Engineering - How is it really done?*

 

10:00-10:15

 

   

10:15-10:30

10:30

11:30

David Rook : Windows Phone 7 platform and application security overview

M. Acanthephyra and C. Formil *: Antiforensics extravaganza - wreck ALL the data!

10:30-10:45

   

10:45-11:00

   

11:00-11:15

   

11:15-11:30

 

11:30

11:45

BREAK

 

BREAK

 

BREAK

11:45

12:45

Kizz MyAnthia : Mapping The Penetration Tester's Mind: 0 to Root in 60 Minutes

Thom Langford: An Anatomy of a Risk Assessment

11:45-12:00

   

12:00-12:15

   

12:15-12:30

   

12:30-12:45

12:45

13:15

Robert McArdle : HTML5 - A Whole New Attack Vector

Brian Honan : Hacking Senior Management - Getting Your Message Across

12:45-13:00

   

13:00-13:15

13:15

14:15

LUNCH (Garden Room)

 

LUNCH (Garden Room)

 

LUNCH (Garden Room)

14:15

15:15

Dave Hartley : SAP Slapping (a pentesters guide)

Gavin Ewan : A Salesman's Guide to Social Engineering

14:15-14:30

   

14:30-14:45

   

14:45-15:00

   

15:00-15:15

15:15

16:15

Paul Marsh : satellite hacking*

Amol Sarwate : SCADA Security: Why is it so hard?

15:15-15:30

   

15:30-15:45

   

15:45-16:00

   

16:00-16:15

16:15

16:30

BREAK

BREAK

16:15-16:30

16:30

17:30

Abraham Aranguren : Legal and efficient web app testing without permission

Arron "Finux" Finnon : UPnP - The Useful plug and pwn protocol - revisited

16:30-16:45

   

16:45-17:00

   

17:00-17:15

   

17:15-17:30

17:30

18:00

Sandro Gauci : Escalating privileges on common webapps

Javvad Malik : ENGLISH MOFO? Do you speak it?

BSidesLondon - Prizes

   

18:00

18:30

BSides Closure (Paul)

BSides Closure (Daniel)

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The tracks 1 & 2 will contain the schedule talks

Is a short day so select your talks well. Remember talks marked with a red star (*) won't be filmed

The un-conference track (track 3) how does it roll?

Like in other unconferences, here the unexpected happens. Bring your talk, presentation or paper and offer it on the day, wrangle some attendees and make it happen.

Let your creativity flow. This is the perfect track for those who hate to plan the day and just like to go with the flow. Right now we are planning these to be in the conservatory so it may end up being more like a "speaker's corner".

Workshops - Garden Terrace (see more details)

  • Agnitio workshop by David Rook (@securityninja)
  • Are you a tiger inside? (experience the test) with Campbell Murray from Tigerscheme (@zyx2)
  • CV clinic - check in with the doctor for those embarrassing CV ilnesses open now!
  • P0wn is in the air: take the guided war walk with Robin Wood (@digininja)
  • Pick me... Pick me the Lockpicking challenge by Steve Wilson (@autom8on)

Community tables

There is a fantastic richness of projects and interest groups out there. Depending on the space we will be showcasing some interesting things for your pleasure.

 

Want to know more about the venue? - visit the Barbican website

 

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Last updated February 2012 by @GeekChickUK