2018 Event Details

When: Saturday May 12, 2018
Where: 20th Century Theater
Registration: Incoming at a later date.
CFP: Opening soon.

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2017 Schedule

10:00 AM - Chris Sanders - Keynote
11:00 AM - Sean Whalen - Practical Defense
12:00 PM - LUNCH
1:00 PM - Joe Gray/Caroline Stephens - Data Carvey: Starting Out In Deep Packet Analysis
2:00 PM - Andy Thompson - Defending Advanced Targeted Attacks with IAM Best Practices
3:00 PM - Doug Burns/Nik Whitis - The Case for Password Auditing in the Enterprise
4:00 PM - Michael Wolf - Mithören: A Simple and Extensible Device for Wireless Peripheral Testing
5:00 PM - Mike Schladt/Chris Boettcher/Andrew Plunkett - Automating the Hunt: Endpoint Hunting with Hashbrowns and BAGELS

2016 Schedule

10:00 AM - Liam Randall - Keynote
11:00 AM - Warren Kopp - Threat Modeling, What and How
1:00 PM - Scott Roberts - Incident Response Tools So Cool You've Never Heard of Them: Hipster DFIR on OSX & iOS
2:00 PM - Nate Hausrath - How to Build an Intelligence Program
3:00 PM - Mark Stockman - The Burgeoning Cybersecurity Discipline
4:00 PM - Coleman Kane - Malware Analysis on a Budget
5:00 PM - Mark Jeanmougin - Your 8 Character Active Directory Password is Strong Enough

BSides Cincinnati is brought to you by...
Josh Ohmer
Nate Hausrath
Tony Hudson
Coleman Kane
Ryan Hamrick
Greg Seipelt
Nate Fair
Jeff Archer
Mitch Spaulding

Honorary former BSides Cincinnati contributors:
Justin Hall
Liam Randall
Chris Nyhuis

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Contact Details

The BSides Cincy team can be contacted at bsidescincy[at]gmail.com

Rave Reviews

  • Excited to be a sponsor for this year’s @bsidescincy! Great resource for #InfoSec professionals. #security

    @morphickdefense
    Morphick Inc
  • Wanted to congratulate the @bsidescincy crew for a job well done! Can't wait for next year!! #bsidescincy

    @Toosmooth
    Mike Reeves
  • @Ajediday @bsidescincy If sponsor means "organizers got our CMO & chief counsel so wasted they let organizers use our logo", then yes.

    @threatbutt
    Security Luminaries