BSides Rhode Island

| June 5, 2013
June 14, 2013 – June 15, 2013 all-day
Brown Univ, Barus & Holley
170 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906
$20 for Saturday, Friday is now FREE!

BSides Rhode Island PicBSides Rhode Island 2013

This will be the inaugural BSides event in Rhode Island and it will be spectacular. The lineup of speakers is outstanding and we are looking forward to building upon a great first year and make this better every year.

What is BSides?

Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening.

BSides Rhode Island Schedules

Friday, June 14 – at Betaspring (95 Chestnut St – Map)

12:00 Large-scale application security Charlie Eriksen
1:00 SMB SRMF for identifying top 10 risks Jim Peeler
2:00 How I Do a Weekly Podcast (or Three) Paul Asadoorian
3:00 Show and Tell: Super-Minipwner James Edge
4:00 Opening the Treasure Chest-Attacking Network Attached Storage on a Pen Test Russell Butturini


Saturday, June 15 – at Brown University (Barus & Holley 170 Hope St, Providence, RI)

BSidesRI Track


PaulDot”Con” Track 

Check-in Opens 8:30 Check-In Opens
Josh Wright
Hacking Your Neighbors for Fun!
9:00-9:50 Allison Nixon and Brandon Levene
Booting the Booters, Stressing the Stressors
Chris BrentonPublic cloud PCI compliance or a sharp stick in the eye, which to choose? 10:00-10:50 Jack Daniel
Talk More Better
Kati Rodzon and Mike Murray
Bite the Wax Tadpole – The importance of culture in user security
11:00-11:50 Paul Asadoorian
Security Sucks, and You’re Wearing The Nursing Bra
Lunch will be provided – We will have various meat andvegetarian sandwiches. Many restaurant options are nearby for those with other dietary needs. 12:00-1:30 Lunch will be provided
Josh ShaulExploiting the Top Ten Database Vulnerabilities and Misconfigurations 1:30-2:20 Larry Pesce & Darren Wigley
So, you want to compute post-apocalypse?
Joe McCray
xploit Development for Mere Mortals
2:30-3:20 Carlos Perez
Moar Powershell
Ron Gula
Future Trends in IT security
3:30-4:20 Ben Jackson
Blitzing with Your Defense
Dave Maynor 4:30-5:20 Mike Perez
Lessons Learned: Why I became a PaulDotCom Intern and why you should become an Intern too.(30 min)
Patrick Laverty
Learning Security on the Cheap (30 min)
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