DerbyCon Keynote 2018

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Keynote Keynote, Panel Discussion: At a Glance: Information Security Panelists: Ed Skoudis, John Strand, Lesley Carhart. Moderated by David Kennedy. Welcome to DerbyCon VIII! This year we have panelists from a number of different areas around INFOSEC. We will be sharing our experiences, where we think INFOSEC is heading, as well as looking at the…


DerbyCon Ceremonies 2018

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Oddvar Moe

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Oddvar Moe Track 1: #LOLBins – Nothing to LOL about! You have probably heard the term LOLBin, LOLSCript or LOLLib by now. Want to get more insights on that? Then this is the talk you want to attend. This talk will cover the Living Off The Land Binaries and Scripts (LOLBAS) project, what the project…


Carlos Perez

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Carlos Perez Track 4: Disaster Strikes: A Hacker’s Cookbook Go back in time to September 21, 2017, after Hurricane Maria passed over Puerto Rico and two guys flew from Louisville Kentucky back to a disaster-stricken home island. No communications, no power, almost no technologies worked. What can a Hacker do? First, call on the community or…


Jason Lang

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Jason Lang Track 4: Victor or Victim? Strategies for Avoiding an InfoSec Cold War Is your internal red team withholding their TTPs from the defense? Defenders, are you constantly trying to “win” your pentests by fixing vulns on the fly? Have you been on engagements where the blue team starts blocking your ips and targeting you just to…


David Boyd

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David Boyd Track 2: Just Let Yourself In Everyone loves the ‘shiny blinky security hardware’. However, they don’t work as well if a user or your physical security is compromised. In this talk, I will be discussing three (3) different Security Awareness/Social Engineering scenarios: a pretexting exercise, a phishing exercise, and a physical security assessment. I…


Adam Compton

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Adam Compton Track 3: Hillbilly Storytime: Pentest Fails Whether or not you are just starting in InfoSec, it is always important to remember that mistakes happen, even to the best and most seasoned of analysts. The key is to learn from your mistakes and keep going. So, if you have a few minutes and want…