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Please find details for all talks here.

Two Days of Trainings (14./15. November)

Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Workshop 6 Workshop 7 Workshop A Workshop B
Network Threat Hunting & Incident Response
Michael Meixner, Rainer Sykora CISSP (Computerforensic & more GmbH)
Mobile Security Testing Guide Hands-On
Sven Schleier (Crayon)
Full-Stack Pentesting Laboratory: 100% Hands-On + Lifetime LAB Access
Dawid Czagan (Silesia Security Lab)
Web Hacking Expert: Full-Stack Exploitation Mastery [Video Training, Lifetime Access]
Dawid Czagan (Silesia Security Lab)
Black Belt Pentesting / Bug Hunting Millionaire (100% Hands-On, Live Online Training, 24-25 October)
Dawid Czagan (Silesia Security Lab)
Security Intelligence: Practical Social Engineering & Open-source Intelligence for Security Teams
Christina Lekati (Cyber Risk GmbH)
Terraform: Infrastructure as Remote Code Execution (closed)
Michael McCabe (Cloud Security Partners)

All Trainings cover two days (from 09:30 to 18:30 every day) and include Lunch and two Coffee Breaks.

Two Days of Conference (16./17. November)

Throughout the conference you will get the opportunity of meeting experts at the Hacker's Lounge to discuss security issues and see demonstrations.

Conference, day 1 - Thu, 16 Nov
Track 2 (Strassburg) Track 1 (Paris) Tech Track / Workshops
08:00 Registration opens
09:10   Putin's Shadow War
Maria Georgieva (-)
10:00 Introducing CS2BR - Teaching Badgers New Tricks
Moritz Thomas & Patrick Eisenschmidt (NVISO)
Oil - But at What Cost: Azerbaijan and the EU’s Murky Partnership
Pavle Bozalo (Valencia Risk)
10:50 Coffee Break
11:10 Post-quantum digital signatures using Verkle tree and AI in post-quantum cryptography
Maksim Iavich (Scientific Cyber Security Association (SCSA), Caucasus University)
How Paris Hilton's Cell Phone was Hacked, and Why It Still Matters
Scott Shapiro (Yale Law School)
Tabletop Exercise/War Games
Julian B. & Aron Feuer (Valencia Risk)
12:00 Detection and Blocking with BPF via YAML
Kev Sheldrake (Isovalent. Also University of Sussex Psychology Dept (masters/PhD student))
SAP as a Cyber Weapon
Andreas Wiegenstein (SERPENTEQ GmbH)
Table Top Exercise/War Games
Julian B. & Aron Feuer (Valencia Risk)
12:50 Lunch
14:00 Thunderstorm: Turning Off the Lights in your Data Center
Joel Gámez Molina (Security Consultant at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu)
Let's Prepare for the Unexpected
Erlend Andreas Gjære (Secure Practice)
Up Close & Personnel
Chris Carlis (Dolos Group)
14:50 Zero-Touch-Pwn: Abusing Zoom's Zero Touch Provisioning for Remote Attacks on Desk Phones
Moritz Abrell (SySS GmbH)
Unveiling the Cyber Battlefield: Geopolitics, Espionage, and Cybersecurity
Chris Kubecka (Hypasec)
Building C2 Servers for Fun and Profit
Sergei Simonovi (Researcher and lecture at Caucasus University, senior penetration tester at SCSA.)
15:40 Coffee Break
16:00 WEFF : p2p Communication without Third Party
Nikolaos Tsapakis (N/A)
Are we Training our Enemies? Facing Cybersecurity Education Challenges in a World of Globalized Thre
Prof. Matthieu J. Guitton, PhD, FRAI (Université Laval (Quebec City, QC, Canada))
Let's Prepare for the Unexpected (Session)
Erlend Andreas Gjære (Secure Practice)
16:50 The Attackers Guide to Exploiting Secrets in the Universe
Mackenzie Jackson (GitGuardian)
RansomAWARE in 2023
Steph Shample (DarkOWL)
Let's Prepare for the Unexpected (Session)
Erlend Andreas Gjære (Secure Practice)
17:40 !CVE: A New Platform for Unacknowledged Cybersecurity !Vulnerabilities
Hector Marco & Samuel Arevalo (Cyber Intelligence S.L.)
Techniques for Analyzing URLs for Maliciousness at Scale
Josh Pyorre (Cisco (Talos))
HackBack - An Incident Reponse Role Playing Game (starts at 1900!)
Klaus Agnoletti (T.B.A.)
20:00 Speaker's Dinner
Conference, day 2 - Fri, 17 Nov
Track 2 (Strassburg) Track 1 (Paris) Tech Track / Workshops
09:00 KENOUGH: More Than Just a Pretty Interface
Daniel Kroiss & Stefan Prinz (KPMG Security Services Austria)
Skynet wants your Passwords! The Role of AI in Automating Social Engineering
Alexander Hurbean & Wolfgang Ettlinger (Certitude Consulting GmbH)
09:50 Horror Stories from the Automotive Industry
Thomas Sermpinis (Auxilium Cyber Security s.r.o.)
Deepfake vs AI: How To Detect Deepfakes With Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Nicolas Müller (AISEC)
10:40 Coffee Break
11:00 Nostalgic Memory – Remembering All the Wins and Losses for Protecting Memory Corruption
Shubham Dubey (Microsoft)
How Messaging Layer Security Will Make Communications Secure at Scale – and Reshape the Telco Indust
Hauke Gierow & Alan Duric (Wire)
11:50 The Evolution of Linux Binary Exploitation: From Outdated Techniques to Sophisticated Modern Attacks
Ofri Ouzan (Rezilion)
1h Talk - LeaveHomeSafe: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Abraham Aranguren (7ASecurity)
AWS Attack based on Misconfiguration
Filipi Pires (senhasegura)
12:40 Lunch
14:00 Improving Cyber Resilience Through Micro Attack Simulations
Christian Schneider (Freelancer)
The Attacker Mindset: Practical Lessons from the Field
Yossi Sassi (10root)
Unveiling the Cyber Battlefield: A Workshop on Geopolitics, Espionage, and Cybersecurity
Chris Kubecka (Hypasec)
14:50 I Just Wanted to Learn the Water Temperature...
Imre Rad (Google)
Using RPA to Simulate Insider Threats
Andrei Cotaie & Cristian Miron (UiPath)
Unveiling the Cyber Battlefield: A Workshop on Geopolitics, Espionage, and Cybersecurity
Chris Kubecka (Hypasec)
15:40 Coffee Break
16:00 Stories from the Trenches: The Rise in Sophistication of the Cloud Threat Landscape
Or Safran & Nir Swartz (Proofpoint)
Automating Incident Response: Exploring the Latest Conversational AI Tools
Hagai Shapira (Torq)
16:50 I’m Ok, You’re Ok, We’re Ok: Living with AD(H)D in Infosec
Klaus Agnoletti (T.B.A.)
Adding Intelligence into a Security Program
Catalin Curelaru (Visma)
17:40 A How To Guide: Hunting Fentanyl Networks
Julian B. ((-))
.NET Reflective Code Loading used by Turla and Sandworm in the Russia-Ukraine War
Alexander Adamov (NioGuard Security Lab)
18:20 Closing Ceremony
18:30 - .:.
19:00 - T.B.A.