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Threat-centric is a space for infosec related activities. Technical, activist and infosec professional presentations & workshops will be accepted. Presentations ideally need to be 45 minutes long with 5 minutes for Q&A. Workshops can be either 60 or 120 minutes in length including setup/breakdown time.
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Threat-centric is a space for infosec related activities. It is hosted by the Portcullis Labs crowd who've attended both of the last 2 UK camps and who can regularly be found elsewhere on the infosec circuit.
  
Submissions must be submitted on this site (just add them below), submissions will be accepted from the beginning of March 2015.
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Technical, activist and infosec professional presentations & workshops will be accepted. Presentations ideally need to be 45 minutes long with 5 minutes for Q&A. Workshops can be either 60 or 120 minutes in length including setup/breakdown time.
  
 
In particular, we are looking for presentations & workshops in the following (but not exclusive) areas:
 
In particular, we are looking for presentations & workshops in the following (but not exclusive) areas:
  
 
* Offensive techniques and defensive controls
 
* Offensive techniques and defensive controls
** Red team
 
** Blue team
 
 
* Bugs and reverse engineering
 
* Bugs and reverse engineering
** Client-side
 
** Mobile
 
** Cryptography
 
** Internet at large
 
** etc
 
 
* Embedded/hardware hacking
 
* Embedded/hardware hacking
 
* "Deprecated" technologies
 
* "Deprecated" technologies
** Modems
 
** Mainframes
 
 
* Humans
 
* Humans
** Activist opsec
 
** Pwning the economy
 
** Social engineering
 
  
Submissions:
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We will also be hosting a hacker jeopardy style CTF and associated treasure hunt and giving away torches and USB wristbands. Come visit us.
* Title - speakers name - format - topic
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Schedule:
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* Introduction to CTF - Talk - Saturday 10:30-11:00
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* Virtualisation vs containers: Security models, pros and cons - Talk - 11:00-noon
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* Hacking for 7 year olds: Playing with Scratch - Talk - noon
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* Breaking code signing on Windows - Talk - TBC
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* Software security for hardware peeps - [[User:timb]] - Workshop - Saturday 17:00-20:00 - Bring VMware (Workstation trial or Player should both work)
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* Introduction to mobile application security - 20:00-21:00
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* Disco Disco - Party - Saturday 22:00-00:00
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* Bring and break - @portcullislabs - Sunday 13:00-19:00 - Bring hardware and learn how to break it
  
 
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Threat-centric

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Description A place to discuss infosec related activities... may include a dedicated talks track
Contact User:timb
Web Site https://labs.portcullis.co.uk/
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Threat-centric is a space for infosec related activities. It is hosted by the Portcullis Labs crowd who've attended both of the last 2 UK camps and who can regularly be found elsewhere on the infosec circuit.

Technical, activist and infosec professional presentations & workshops will be accepted. Presentations ideally need to be 45 minutes long with 5 minutes for Q&A. Workshops can be either 60 or 120 minutes in length including setup/breakdown time.

In particular, we are looking for presentations & workshops in the following (but not exclusive) areas:

  • Offensive techniques and defensive controls
  • Bugs and reverse engineering
  • Embedded/hardware hacking
  • "Deprecated" technologies
  • Humans

We will also be hosting a hacker jeopardy style CTF and associated treasure hunt and giving away torches and USB wristbands. Come visit us.

Schedule:

  • Introduction to CTF - Talk - Saturday 10:30-11:00
  • Virtualisation vs containers: Security models, pros and cons - Talk - 11:00-noon
  • Hacking for 7 year olds: Playing with Scratch - Talk - noon
  • Breaking code signing on Windows - Talk - TBC
  • Software security for hardware peeps - User:timb - Workshop - Saturday 17:00-20:00 - Bring VMware (Workstation trial or Player should both work)
  • Introduction to mobile application security - 20:00-21:00
  • Disco Disco - Party - Saturday 22:00-00:00
  • Bring and break - @portcullislabs - Sunday 13:00-19:00 - Bring hardware and learn how to break it