2016 Schedule

Saturday Saturday
Time Slot Track 1 Track 2 Training 1 Training 2
0900 - 1000 Registration Opens Registration Opens
1000 - 1100 Keynote: Martin Roesch
1100 - 1130 Meet the Sponsors
1130 - 1150 An Introduction to Malware Classification
(John Seymour)
Using open source SSL/TLS data to hunt threat actors and defend networks
(Mark Parsons)
1200 - 1250 Ranger – It just takes one account to take down an enterprise!
(Christopher Duffy, Jonathan Fallone, Dev Patel)
Managing Audits: A Human Interaction Perspective
(AJ Stambaugh)
1300 - 1400 Lunch on Your Own
1400 - 1420 Failure to Warn You Might get Pwned: Vulnerability Disclosure and Products Liability in Software
(
Wendy Knox Everette)
Who Watches the Smart Watches?
(Brian Moran)
1430 - 1450 Using Bro IDS to Detect X509 Anomalies
(Will Glodek)
Cyber Vulnerabilities of America's Pipeline Systems
(Paul Vann)
1500 - 1550 How Hackers Look at a Web Site
(Patrick Laverty)
The Value of Deceiving Attackers
(Thomas Phillips)
1600 - 1650 PowerShell Security: Defending the Enterprise from the Latest Attacks
(Sean Metcalf)
Draining the AppSec Pond - A Developer's Perspective
(Jason White)
1700 - 1800
1800 Prizes and Giveaways
2000 - 2200 BSidesCharm Official Party


Sunday Sunday
Time Slot Track 1 Track 2 Training 1 Training 2
0900 - 1000 Registration Opens Registration Opens
1000 - 1100 Keynote: Micah Hoffman
1100 - 1110 Meet the Sponsors
1110 - 1200 Getting to the Bottom of the Cloud -- File Syncing Forensics
(Matt Harvey)
Attacking Automation: Hacking For The next Fifty Years
(Mike Spaulding)
1200 - 1250 The Open Source Malware Lab
(Robert Simmons)
Deserialized to Life: The Story of My January CVEs
(
Arshan Dabirsiaghi)
1300 - 1400 Lunch on Your Own
1400 - 1450 Avoiding the Pitfalls of Hunting
(Tony Cook)
In Case of Emergency: Anonymity - A Technical Guide
(Douglas Goddard)
1500 - 1550 Next Gen Social Engineering
(Jack Johnson)
Beyond Automated Testing
(Zack Meyers, Luke Hudson)
1600 - 1700 Closing Ceremony