BSidesOK 2020,

Oklahoma’s Premiere

Cyber Security Conference

has gone virtual!

Conference – July 24th, 2020

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Jordan Wright

Keynote

Jordan Wright is a Senior Security Architect at Duo Security as a part of the Duo Labs team. He has experience on both the offensive and defensive side of information security. Jordan is a frequent open-source software contributor and is the author of Gophish, one of the leading open-source phishing frameworks. He also performs regular security research and publishes the results on his blog.

10:00 AM

Crypto: 500 BC - Present (sorta)

Luke Crouch

When Stress Meets Tech

Crux Conception

Basic Controls (1-6) from the CIS Top 20

Aaron Moss

11:00 AM

You Need a PROcess to check your running processes and modules.

Michael Gough

Don't Get Hacked in 2020 - Top Breach Threats and Breach Prevention Controls

Geoff Wilson

99 Panes, but Tmux ain't one. Hacking with Tmux

Austin Gossmeyer

Script Your Phishing Mailbox Processing with Powershell & Office 365

Alex Bliskavka

12:00 PM

Leveraging Information Leakage & Misconfiguration

Nick Harris

Introduction to Application Security

Kristopher Wall

It's 2020, so why am I still able to read your pager traffic?

Cameron Mac Millan

1:00 PM

SQL Injection on Steroids: Going Deep

Kristopher Wall

The New Illiteracy in America

Dan Strachan

The DevOps Crusade

Ochaun Marshall

2:00 PM

A Forensic Odyssey

Hunter Jones

Privacy as a Service: Exploring the Results of Modern Technology Advances

Nathan Sweaney

Mainframe Hackin': Choose Your Own Adventure

Phil ‘Soldier of FORTRAN’ Young

3:00 PM

Proven AI for Security

Aaron Crawford

Security Simplified with IdentityServer4

Aaron Ralls

PKI and HTTPS Interception

Jimmy the James

Platinum

Sponsors

Guidepoint Security

Gold 

Sponsors

Alias Forensics
True Digital Security
Secure Ideas

Silver

Sponsors

Checkpoint

Contributing

Sponsors

Stinnett & Associates
Sagenet

Speakers

Ochaun Marshall

Ochaun Marshall

The DevOps Crusade

Cameron Mac Millan

Cameron Mac Millan

It's 2020, so why am I still able to read your pager traffic?

Alex Bliskavka

Alex Bliskavka

Script your phishing mailbox processing with powershell & O365

Michael Gough

Michael Gough

You need a PROcess to check your running processes and modules. The bad guys, and red teams are coming after them!

Kristopher Wall

Kristopher Wall

SQL Injection on Steroids: Going Deep

Austin Gossmeyer

Austin Gossmeyer

99 Panes, but Tmux Ain't One. Hacking with Tmux

Luke Crouch

Luke Crouch

Crypto: 500 BC - Present (sorta)

Crux Conception

Crux Conception

When Stress Meets Tech

Aaron Moss

Aaron Moss

How To Basic(s): Basic Controls (1-6) from the CIS Top 20

Geoff Wilson

Geoff Wilson

Don't Get Hacked in 2020 - Top Breach Threats and Breach Prevention Controls

Dan Strachan

Dan Strachan

The New Illiteracy in America

Aaron Ralls

Aaron Ralls

Security Simplified with IdentityServer4

Jimmy the James

Jimmy the James

PKI and HTTPS Interception

Nathan Sweaney

Nathan Sweaney

Privacy as a Service: Exploring the Results of Modern Technology Advances

Aaron Crawford

Aaron Crawford

Proven AI for Security

Nick Harris

Nick Harris

Leveraging Information Leakage & Misconfiguration

Hunter Jones

Hunter Jones

A Forensic Odyssey

Phil 'Soldier of Fortran' Young

Phil 'Soldier of Fortran' Young

Mainframe Hacking

haxxor

CTF Challenge

Do you have what it takes to best our Capture-the-Flag challenge? Gift cards and bragging rights will be sent along with all our swag to our top three winners.

  • 1st Place – $100
  • 2nd Place – $50
  • 3rd Place – $25
Hackerman

Code of

Conduct

Everyone deserves to attend a learning event, community or professional, with a reasonable expectation of good behavior. The BSidesOK Team expects that while attending this conference you treat everyone with the love and respect you wish to receive. This applies to all attendees, speakers, volunteers, vendors, and anyone in between. We feel that if you do that, then this conference will once again run smoothly and we will all have a good time.

Don’t be an ass!