Talks and resource materials from this year's conference.
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How do you secure a cloud? Keynote Presentation, 30 minutes Andi Hudson
Quantum Communications Talk, 30 minutes Caroline Clark How to Hack the Tech Ecosystem Talk, 30 minutes Vicky Hunter The Demise of Big Data — Making Intelligent Insights at the Edge Talk, 45 minutes Alasdair Allan Practical Digital Forensics when everything is ablaze Talk, 45 minutes Peter Jones Reject the evidence of your eyes and ears Talk, 45 minutes Janet Bastiman Is WordPress a secure platform? Talk, 45 minutes Dan Wiseman Trust but Verify - When GPS can go wrong Talk, 30 minutes Guy Buesnel
Hacking (Not So) Smart Things 101 Talk, 45 minutes Achim Brucker Futures made of virtual reality - Hacking VR for learning Talk, 30 minutes Sam Vine Hacking human perception - illusions and virtual reality Talk, 30 minutes + hands on session Gavin Buckingham The anatomy of a payment card breach Talk, 30 minutes Pete Woodward Why we need diversity in cyber security - for everyone’s sake! Talk, 30 minutes Roz Woodward A.I. Diversity, Discrimination and Nation State Defence Talk, 45 minutes Nicola Whiting
Developer Threat Modelling Talk, 45 minutes Seb Coles Using the Web Cryptography API in PWAs/SPAs Talk, 30 minutes Jon Stace Strong, secure & human-free database credentials in Amazon Web Services Talk, 30 minutes Cariad Eccleston The dangers of user input Talk, 30 minutes Adam Langley Policy as code - why you should, how you can Talk, 45 minutes Olly Stephens Securing docker containers Talk, 45 minutes Tom Mason The forgotten musketeer - availability is a security concern too! Talk, 45 minutes Matthew Huxtable
Decisions and Disruptions Samantha Parsons 10.00 Workshop, 2 hours Work in teams to manage the cyber security of a fictional organisation, with Lego! Don't be the next Equifax Paul Mcadam 11.30 Talk (30 mins) + Open Clinic (1 hour) We look at best practice and try to fathom why, despite spectacular failures like Equifax, companies are still not managing Open Source components. Paul is holding an open clinic so if people want to offer some code to scan through he'll go through the results live. Know Your Threat Actor Liam Glanfield 14.00 Talk + Workshop, 2 hours An intro to common approaches taken to compromise a business and their systems. Try out the attack vectors for real in greater depth on our test network. Privacy 101 - What do people actually want? Stephanie Itimi 14.45 Workshop, 1 hour This workshop focuses on the basics of privacy. What the GDPR and Data Protection Act really means, how it can be applied and how can you create privacy policies that users and employees alike actually want.