CO-HOSTED BY

HARRISBURG UNIVERSITY

October 2, 2019

About Us

 

BSides Harrisburg is an information security conference.

 

BSides Harrisburg Conference will be hosted at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology with assistance from the university’s Government Technology Institute and Security Center of Excellence. By bringing the local security community together, BSides framework has created a global identity of community-driven security individuals working to build closer ties locally. BSides Harrisburg’s goal is to form a community of like-minded people who share similar attributes and are looking to expand their knowledge or strength by organizing with others of a shared affinity.

The tracks for this year’s BSides Harrisburg will include:

  1. Red Teaming or Offensive Security
  2. Blue Teaming or Defensive Security (SIEM/SOC, etc.)
  3. Software Development
  4. Cybersecurity Workshops
  5. Capture the Flag

 

Schedule

October 2, 2019

8:00 – 8:30 Registration 1st Floor
8:30 – 8:45

Opening Remarks

Kelly Logan, Vice President Strategic Workforce Development and University Centers, Harrisburg University

Eric Darr, PhD, President, Harrisburg University

Brandon Keath, MS, PA Hackers

8:45 – 9:30

My Career’s a Circle:  Old Threats Made New, 30 Years of Threat Hunting Revisited

Kenneth Bechtel, Malware/Threat Researcher

9:30 – 10:00 Break

Track 1

Red Teaming or Offensive Security

Room 1151

 

 

Track 2

Blue Teaming or Defensive Security (SIEM/SOC, etc.)

14th Floor Auditorium

Track 3

Software Development

 Room 1305

Track 4

Cybersecurity Workshops

Room 1205

Track 5:

Capture the Flag

Room 1412 

10:00 – 10:45

Building Your First Malware Analysis Lab

Joel Prentice

Security Engineer, Appalachia Technologies

WANTED – People Committed to Solving our Information Security Language Problem

Evan Francen, CISM, CISSP

Founder & CEO, SecurityStudio

How to Get Started as Metasploit Contributor

Michael Cyr, OSCP, OSWP, CEH, CISSP, CNDA, GPEN, Sec+

Owner, St. Cyr Security

Tools of the Chain: Part 1

Charles Sgrillo, MS, CISSP, C|EH

Chief Learning Officer, Security Shell

 

Capture the Flag Exercise

Escalate Team

10:45 – 11:15 Break  
11:15 – 12:00

Building a Home-Hacking Lab for Testing and Fun

James Lloyd, CISP, CEH, GPEN, GWAPT

Principal Information Security Analyst, BNYMellon

Practical Defense in Depth

Danny Mardis

Owner, The Ironbear Group

 

Good Apps, Cheap

Nathan Starner, MIM, CISSP

Manager, Vulnerability Governance

 

Abner Vargas

Manager, Platform Quality Engineering, Highmark Health

 

Tools of the Chain: Part 2

Charles Sgrillo, MS, CISSP, C|EH

Chief Learning Officer, Security Shell

 

The Effect and Future of Machine Learning Technologies on Cyber Security Tools

Nathalie Baker

SOC Engineer, Appalachia Technologies

 

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch  
1:00 – 1:45

Open Source Intelligence 101: Finding Information on Anyone

Rae Baker

Cyber Security Analyst Intern

IACI

SRA Student, Pennsylvania State University

Ransomware Response

Justin Klein Keane, MCIT

Senior Manager, SOC, Security Risk Advisors

 

Beneath the Surface: Keeping up with Modern Application Security

Rushabh Shah

Manager, Cyber Risk, Deloitte

Hacking Yourself First, Penetration Testing for the Blue Teams: Part 1

Brandon Keath, MS

Cybersecurity Practice Lead, Appalachia Technologies

 

1:45 – 2:15 Break
2:15 – 3:00

Is Your Security Team Going Red?

Stephen Schneiter

Program Manager, CompTIA

Tune Up Your Security Operations Center (SOC)

Stanley Hanke

Manager, Cyber Risk, Deloitte

Undressing Ping

Terrill Frantz, PhD, EdD

Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology

 

Hacking Yourself First, Penetration Testing for the Blue Teams: Part 2

Brandon Keath, MS

Cybersecurity Practice Lead, Appalachia Technologies

 

3:00 – 3:15 Break
3:15– 4:00

From the Outside In: What The Internet Knows About Your Digital Footprint

Sean Smith

Senior Software Engineer

Remediate Your Company’s Greatest Vulnerability: Social Engineering

Matt Mahoney, CySA+

Information Security Analyst, Penn National Insurance

 

 

Open Workshop Time Open Workshop Time
4:05 – 4:20

Closing Remarks & Capture the Flag Winners

Brandon Keath, MS, PAHackers

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Contact Us

CONTACT

JGoolsby@HarrisburgU.edu

Harrisburg University

326 Market St,
Harrisburg, PA 17101

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Logistics

326 Market St, Harrisburg, PA 17101

Parking Information

We recommend that you park in the Walnut or Chestnut Street garages. See parking details.