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BSides Oklahoma 2020

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Glenpool Conference Center

12205 South Yukon Avenue

Glenpool, OK 74033

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Conference on April 10 --- Training classes on April 8th & 9th

About this Event

BSides Oklahoma is a free information security conference focused on practical knowledge that is widely available to the community. Our goal is to improve information security skills and awareness through sharing, with inexpensive training classes and a FREE conference for attendees. The conference includes hands-on challenges, talks, food and drinks(grownup and otherwise). All would not be possible without our Sponsors and our amazing Volunteers!

  • The main BSidesOK conference will be on April 10th. The conference schedule will be published at bsidesok.com.
  • 1-day and 2-day training classes will be offered April 8 & 9th.
  • Check-in will open at 7:30 AM each day. Classes will go from 8AM-5PM.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Training Classes

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1-day training classes on April 8th

Cyber Attacks Against the Organization taught by Jonathan Kimmitt (University of Tulsa)

A primer for Management, Auditors, and Non-technical staff.

In this one-day class we will be covering the primary methods that an attacker might use against an organization. I will be performing and demonstrating live attacks against a mock environment and we will discuss what they are, how they work, and how to defend. The class attendees will see the attack and the results, and they will have opportunities to discuss the risk and security controls. They will also have the opportunity to perform some of same techniques to get firsthand knowledge and experience.

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1-day training classes on April 9th

Privacy Compliance for IT Staff, Auditors, and Leadership taught by Jonathan Kimmitt (University of Tulsa)

In this one-day session the class will cover how an organization builds, implements, and evaluates a privacy program in the organization. We will cover the needs the organization, risks of non-compliance, and the process of building and evaluating the program. We will also discuss how Leadership, IT and IT Security can be part of the privacy program for the organization and what will be required to meet the various privacy compliances.

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2-day training classes on April 8th & 9th

Malware Discovery and Basic Analysis taught by Michael Gough (Malware Archaeology)

This course focuses on performing fast triage and how to discover if a system has malware, how to build a malware analysis lab and perform basic malware analysis quickly. The concept of Malware Management, Malware Discovery and Basic Malware Analysis will be discussed with exercises linking the three concepts together.

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Web Application Penetration Testing taught by Kris Wall (Stinnett & Associates)

This course is designed to familiarize students with the basic methodologies of web application penetration testing and give hands-on experience exploiting web applications. Students will learn the common weaknesses that web developers introduce into web apps. From there, we'll learn about chaining these vulnerabilities into a full fledged assault on a web application and their underlying infrastructure. This is a hands on course and a laptop will be required. We'll go from the basics and into advanced detection methods using commonly available tool sets. To be clear, this is much, much more in depth than the OWASP Top 10.

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Network Penetration Testing taught by Nathan Sweaney (Secure Ideas)

This hands-on course will teach attendees a basic methodology for network penetration testing. Students will walk through the phases of a test with demonstrations of various tools and tactics used in each phase. The course is heavily focused on hands-on labs so that attendees have the opportunity to actually use common tools and techniques. By the end of the 2-day training, students will understand the structure of a penetration test and have the experience necessary to begin practicing the demonstrated toolsets.

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Exploit Development taught by Aaron Moss(True Digital Security)

Exploit development is the process of understanding how software bugs can become application vulnerabilities, and how to write code to exploit these vulnerabilities. This quick two-day crash course in high-level exploit development will hopefully not only pique the interest of how exploits work under the hood, but also help you have a better understanding of why patching is so very important. This intermediate level technical course is targeted at penetration testers who want to take their skills beyond using someone else’s tools but is recommended for anyone who wants to learn about how to take a software crash to full system shell.

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Digital Forensics & Finding Hackers taught by Donovan Farrow(Alias Forensics)

This course will take you from a the 101 perspective of digital forensics, to court, to corporate collections and how to find a hacker with a multi-tool kit of fun and open source skills.

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Glenpool Conference Center

12205 South Yukon Avenue

Glenpool, OK 74033

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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