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Thank you for joining us for our 5th Anniversary celebration! We certainly hope you enjoy the conference. Here’s to Education, Collaboration, and Community!

Remember, we don’t take ourselves too seriously and you shouldn’t, either! To quote the old motto of another collaborative community, "We trick into learning with a laugh".

We wish you both laughter and learning - and lots of both!

-= Team BSidesLV 

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Training Ground [clear filter]
Tuesday, August 5
 

09:00 PDT

Hacking the Hustle Hands-On, Infosec Resume and Career Strategies
In this workshop, infosec recruiter Eve Adams (@HackerHuntress) will provide hands-on instruction in improving your resume, identifying the infosec job you want, and other career strategies for security professionals. You’ll get an individualized look at your resume from a recruiter who knows the security market like no other, tips on finding the right opportunities and sussing out company culture, and plenty of time for lively, interactive Q&A. Bring your resume and, if possible, a laptop to this hands-on workshop!

Speakers
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Eve Adams

Senior Talent Acquisition Expert, Halock Security Labs
Eve Adams (@HackerHuntress) is Senior Talent Acquisition Expert at Halock Security Labs, a full-service information security advisory in Schaumburg, IL. Eve leverages three years of security staffing experience to drive recruitment for both internal Halock roles and client placement... Read More →


Tuesday August 5, 2014 09:00 - 13:00 PDT
Tuscany Suites 255 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV

09:00 PDT

Wireless Essentials
This class will cover the essentials of using Pentoo, current and emerging 802.11 wireless threats, and the wonderful world of Software Defined Radios. A completed bootstrapped curriculum that will provide new tips and tricks for the advanced, and a completely new experience to those who are just now learning about any of these topics. The class is broken into four parts so that students can come and go as they please.

Speakers
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DaKahuna

Radio Frequency is my game and Wireless is my hobby. Part of the five-man team teaching the two-day Wireless course at BSidesLV and lead coordinator for the Defcon Wireless Village. By day I can be found supporting a large government agency reviewing and criticizing network and... Read More →
RH

Russell Handorf

Built, owned and operated a wireless ISP for 6 years; Infosec professionally for 10 years (unprofessionally for 15); information security researcher (wireless, attacker attribution techniques, honeypots); and other things.
RM

Rick Mellendick

CSO, Signals Defense
Rick Mellendick is the Chief Security Officer for Signals Defense in Owings Mills MD, and has been a security architect for multiple US Government agencies and corporations. Mr. Mellendick specializes in designing and testing wireless networks with non-traditional strategies using... Read More →


Tuesday August 5, 2014 09:00 - 18:00 PDT
Tuscany Suites 255 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV

14:00 PDT

C.R.E.A.M. – The Art of Social Engineering Report Writing
C.R.E.A.M. – The art of Social Engineering Report Writing 1. How to plan a Social Engineering Attack 2. Documenting the Social Engineering Attack 3. Writing the report a. Main purpose of the report b. What to put in the report c. One size does not fit all d. Report Structure i. Summary ii. Intro iii. Scope iv. OSINT v. Findings vi. Attack execution 1. Attack doco 2. Scope 3. Summaries vii. Recommendations and Remediations viii. Closing Summary 4. Presenting your report

Speakers

Tuesday August 5, 2014 14:00 - 18:00 PDT
Tuscany Suites 255 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV
 
Wednesday, August 6
 

09:00 PDT

You Hack, We Capture: Attack Analysis with Honeypots
Honeypots are systems aimed at deceiving malicious users or software that launch attacks against the infrastructure of various organizations. They can be deployed as protection mechanisms for an organization’s real systems, or as research units to analyze the methods employed by human hackers or malware. In this workshop we will study the operation of a two research honeypots. A honeypot system will undertake the role of a web trap for attackers who target the SSH service. Another one will undertake the role of a malware collector, usually deployed by malware analysts to gather and store malicious binary samples. We will also talk about post-capturing activities and further analysis techniques. Furthermore, visualization tools and techniques will be presented, plus a honeypot bundle Linux distribution that contains pre-configured versions of the above tools and much more related utilities, which can make the deployment of honeypots in an easy task.

Speakers

Wednesday August 6, 2014 09:00 - 13:00 PDT
Tuscany Suites 255 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV

09:00 PDT

Wireless Essentials
This class will cover the essentials of using Pentoo, current and emerging 802.11 wireless threats, and the wonderful world of Software Defined Radios. A completed bootstrapped curriculum that will provide new tips and tricks for the advanced, and a completely new experience to those who are just now learning about any of these topics. The class is broken into four parts so that students can come and go as they please.

Speakers
D

DaKahuna

Radio Frequency is my game and Wireless is my hobby. Part of the five-man team teaching the two-day Wireless course at BSidesLV and lead coordinator for the Defcon Wireless Village. By day I can be found supporting a large government agency reviewing and criticizing network and... Read More →
RH

Russell Handorf

Built, owned and operated a wireless ISP for 6 years; Infosec professionally for 10 years (unprofessionally for 15); information security researcher (wireless, attacker attribution techniques, honeypots); and other things.
RM

Rick Mellendick

CSO, Signals Defense
Rick Mellendick is the Chief Security Officer for Signals Defense in Owings Mills MD, and has been a security architect for multiple US Government agencies and corporations. Mr. Mellendick specializes in designing and testing wireless networks with non-traditional strategies using... Read More →


Wednesday August 6, 2014 09:00 - 18:00 PDT
Tuscany Suites 255 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV

14:00 PDT

RFID Hacking
Learn the basics of RFID hacking, in this workshop you will be guided through building an RFID sniffer using an arduino and any RFID reader to output the card data of a prospective target. You will also build a complete RFID sniffer/decoder and “RFID exciter” to energize cards and read them from record distances (up to 10ft). Cost for this workshop is: 33$ USD (if you want to build your own boards; coils and batteries included) Required tools/experience: laptop, arduino (not required, but suggested), basic soldering skills are suggested but not required as well. Soldering irons will be provided.


Wednesday August 6, 2014 14:00 - 18:00 PDT
Tuscany Suites 255 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV