Programme – 2019

Programme, Schedule, Agenda, call it what you like but (subject to change) these are the talks and other activities that are happening at BSides Cape Town 2019 along with the all important coffee and lunch breaks.

Don’t be late for registration or coming back from coffee or lunch as we are on a tight schedule to fit all of our talks in!

08:00    Registration

09:00    Opening Remarks and Badge Talk

09:30    Track 1: Chris Kubeka “The Woman Who Squashed Terrorists When an Embassy gets Hacked”

10:30    Track 1: Gerard de Jong “Hacking satellites with Software Defined Radio (SDR)”

10:30    Track 2: Byron Rudman “Gollum – One anti-phish bot to rule them all”

11:30    Track 1: Philipe Delteil “Macabre stories of a hacker in the public health sector”

11:30    Track 2: Liam Smit “The Nation State Actor Ate My Homework!”

12:30    Track 1: Leon Jacobs “Meticulously Modern Mobile Manipulations”

12:30    Track 2: Silent Dzikiti “How the application of machine learning and AI can help reduce the cyber-security attacks.”

13:20    Lunch

14:15    Track 1: Christo Goosen “Natural Language Processing and Anomaly detection in System call logs.”

14:15    Track 2: Philipp Krenn “seccomp — Your Next Layer of Defense”

15:30    Track 1: Amy Manià “Put Words In My Mouth”

15:30    Track 2: Kgothatso Ngako “Authentication is Broken. Can We Try Fix It?”

16:30    Track 1: Brent Shaw “Hashing the $#!+ out of firmware”

16:30    Track 2: Robert Feeney “Web Application Vulnerability Scanners – An Introduction & Discussion on their limitations”

17:30    Closing ceremony

18:00    After drinks

Time Track 1 Track 2
08:00
Registration
08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00
Opening Remarks & Badge Talk
09:15
09:30 Chris Kubeka “The Woman Who Squashed Terrorists When an Embassy gets Hacked”
NO TALK
09:45
10:00
10:15
10:20 Coffee, body, smoke break and hallway chats.
10:30 Gerard de Jong “Hacking satellites with Software Defined Radio (SDR)”
Byron Rudman “Gollum – One anti-phish bot to rule them all”
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:20 Coffee, body, smoke break and hallway chats.
11:30 Philipe Delteil “Macabre stories of a hacker in the public health sector”
Liam Smit “The Nation State Actor Ate My Homework!”
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:20 Coffee, body, smoke break and hallway chats.
12:30 Leon Jacobs “Meticulously Modern Mobile Manipulations”
Silent Dzikiti “How the application of machine learning and AI can help reduce the cyber-security attacks.”
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:20
Lunch
13:30
13:45
14:00
14:15 Christo Goosen “Natural Language Processing and Anomaly detection in System call logs.”
Philipp Krenn “seccomp — Your Next Layer of Defense”
14:30
14:45
14:50
15:00 Coffee, body, smoke break and hallway chats.
15:30 Amy Manià “Put Words In My Mouth”
Kgothatso Ngako “Authentication is Broken. Can We Try Fix It?”
15:45
16:00
16:15
16:30 Brent Shaw “Hashing the $#!+ out of firmware”
Robert Feeney “Web Application Vulnerability Scanners – An Introduction & Discussion on their limitations”
16:45
17:00
17:15
17:30
Closing Ceremony
17:45
18:00
After Drinks at River Club
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00
19:15
19:30
19:45

In addition to the talks there will be a number of workshops and some interesting challenges.

CTF

Nclose will be hosting this year’s BSides Cape Town CTF. The CTF is a range of challenges geared for people who are relatively new to penetration testing. Each challenge will award contestants points based on the challenge’s difficulty.  Points can be tracked live via a public scoreboard.

Computer hacking related prizes will be award for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! Bring your hacking skills and own laptop. Prizes are limited to those that are not professional penetration testers, however everyone can compete.

CTF scheduled to start in the morning 10:30am (after keynote) – 16:30

CTF finish 16:30-17:30

CTF walk-throughs 16:30-17:30

CTF prizes during closing ceremony.

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