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SATURDAY Conference Admission 03.02.19

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2nd Round Ticket Sale (No Longer Available) $35.00 Waitlist Me

Admission to Saturday conference . March 2nd, 2019

VIP Guest Access (No Longer Available) $80.00 Waitlist Me

With this ticket, you will have access to the VIP Guest room with BsidesNoVA guests, keynotes and speakers; Catered Lunch included. Saturday, March 2nd, 2019

FRIDAY Training Workshop 03.01.19

This ticket is for the all-day workshop on Friday, March 1st (FRIDAY ADMISSION ONLY; Admission to the con on Saturday is not included)

Cloud Busting:Cloud Forensics Workshop by Kerry Hazelton (Senior Cloud Security Engineer at Tenable) | FRIDAY 03.01.19 9AM - 5PM (No Longer Available) $65.00 Waitlist Me

What, exactly, is “the Cloud”? This workshop answers the tough question that inevitably will be asked by their employer "Why should we take the risk to move our most sensitive data into the cloud?”, “We need to investigate how this breach happened;” what exactly will the Information Security professional need to know to successfully conduct a digital forensic investigation, especially if he or she doesn’t have direct access to the server or hardware? The focus of our workshop is two-fold: first, to explore key concepts of Cloud computing and understanding the procedures and processes of conducting a digital forensics investigation in the Cloud; and second, a half-day challenge to test students' comprehension of the material and their skill sets by investigating a digital image of a Cloud-based server and searching for various "flags" to be turned in as part of a team competition. Prizes will be up for grabs and we look forward to sharing our knowledge with attendees! What to expect: Everything including the kitchen sink. Come get a 10,000-foot view on cloud computing and how it changes the way a digital forensics investigation is conducted. Come test your skills and knowledge on log analysis, file carving, packet analysis, memory analysis, reverse engineering, steganography, cryptography, and other areas as you conduct your investigation accordingly. Location: G.W Masonic Memorial, Alexandria, VA

Malware Analysis, No Disassembly Required by Brian Satira (Researcher at Redoubt Research) | FRIDAY 03.01.19 9AM - 5PM (No Longer Available) $65.00 Waitlist Me

Does malware analysis seem like an arcane process involving hours of staring at assembly in OllyDbg or IDA? Is the only alternative relying on an "auto-magically" generated report from a sandbox? Many of the malware variants that today's analyst will face during incident response, however, are not compiled binaries like Windows PE files, and do not require a knowledge of assembly to manually analyze. The goal of our training is to equip frontline defenders, regardless of job title, with skills to begin more advanced analysis of common malware variants, and help them avoid over-reliance on automated tools that may be defeated by anti-forensics. We will present techniques for analyzing obfuscated VBA/VBS downloader scripts embedded in phishing email attachments. We will demystify malicious PowerShell being used for post-exploitation activities. We will also discuss JavaScript drive-bys and how an adversary can try to regain a foothold via a PHP tiny webshell. This training is for anyone on a blue team without a dedicated malware analyst, or anyone interested in malware analysis, but intimidated by all that hex. Location: G.W Masonic Memorial, Alexandria, VA

SATURDAY Training Workshop 03.02.19

This ticket is for the Saturday training workshop Saturday, March 2nd (CON ADMISSION is INCLUDED with this purchase)

CTF4NOOBS by Marcelle Lee (threat researcher with WhiteOps) & Tyrone E. Wilson (Founder & President at Cover6 Solutions) |SATURDAY 03.02.19 8AM - 12PM (No Longer Available) $65.00 Waitlist Me

Interested in cyber competitions but don’t know where to start? Or have you tried one or two or ten and want more practice? In this hands-on-keys workshop we will explore different types of competitions, from capture-the-flag to offense/defense and everything in between. Participants will be provided with a virtualized environment that will be used to explore techniques associated with reconnaissance, scanning and enumeration, and exploitation. Also featured will be forensic challenges, hash-cracking, malware analysis, and crypto decoding. This guided workshop will help participants prepare to engage in cyber competitions being offered over the course of the weekend. Location: G.W Masonic Memorial, Alexandria, VA

Traffic Analysis - "Beware Those Windows Infections!" by Brad Duncan (Threat Intelligence Analyst at Palo Alto Networks Unit 42) | SATURDAY 03.02.19 1PM - 5PM (No Longer Available) $65.00 Waitlist Me

This workshop focuses on infection traffic for hosts running Microsoft Windows. It begins with setting up Wireshark and identifying hosts in network traffic. Participants review malware infections and learn tips to identify indicators of malicious activity. The training ends with an evaluation where participants review a pcap with malicious traffic then draft an incident report. Location: G.W Masonic Memorial, Alexandria, VA

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Important dates and announcements:

Call for Presentations is open until January 2nd, 2019

Call for volunteers is open until December 2nd, 2019

1st Round Ticket Sales November 2nd, 2018 @ 9 AM
2nd Round Ticket Sales December 2nd, 2018: @ 9 PM

Speakers Announced: February 2nd, 2019

Workshops March 1st, 2019
Conference March 2nd, 2019
Kids Con March 3rd, 2019 (Venue to be announced)

G.W. Masonic National Memorial

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BSidesNoVA 2018 recorded Talks
BSidesNoVA 2017 recorded Talks

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