B-Sides Cape Town DecemberDec 07 2019 Europe/MadridCape Town, South Africa


BSides Cape Town is an annual Information/Security conference that is different, just like the other chapters of BSides around the world. They are a volunteer-organized event, put on by and for the community. Each year there is a staff of committee members and volunteers.

There is a low-cost fee charged to the public to attend BSides Cape Town. Currently, almost 100% of their costs are covered by the generous donors and sponsors, who share the events’ vision of sharing information.

The Cape Town chapter of BSides can be dated back pre-2012.

Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal of this event is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It will create opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening.

If you live and work in Cape Town then we’d certainly encourage you to visit this event. Many BSides events are free.

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Central Park Building, Black River Park, 2 Fir Road, Observatory, Cape Town 7925

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Dec 07 08:00
Dec 07 09:00
Opening Remarks and Badge Talk
Dec 07 09:30
Track 1: Chris Kubeka “The Woman Who Squashed Terrorists When an Embassy gets Hacked”
Dec 07 10:30
Track 1: Gerard de Jong “Hacking satellites with Software Defined Radio (SDR)”
Dec 07 10:30
Track 2: Byron Rudman “Gollum – One anti-phish bot to rule them all”
Dec 07 11:30
Track 1: Philipe Delteil “Macabre stories of a hacker in the public health sector”
Dec 07 11:30
Track 2: Liam Smit “The Nation State Actor Ate My Homework!”
Dec 07 12:30
Track 1: Leon Jacobs “Meticulously Modern Mobile Manipulations”
Dec 07 12:30
Track 2: Silent Dzikiti “How the application of machine learning and AI can help reduce the cyber-security attacks.”
Dec 07 13:20
Dec 07 14:15
Track 1: Christo Goosen “Natural Language Processing and Anomaly detection in System call logs.”
Dec 07 14:15
Track 2: Philipp Krenn “seccomp — Your Next Layer of Defense”
Dec 07 15:30
Track 1: Amy Manià “Put Words In My Mouth”
Dec 07 15:30
Track 2: Kgothatso Ngako “Authentication is Broken. Can We Try Fix It?”
Dec 07 16:30
Track 1: Brent Shaw “Hashing the $#!+ out of firmware”
Dec 07 16:30
Track 2: Robert Feeney “Web Application Vulnerability Scanners – An Introduction & Discussion on their limitations”
Dec 07 17:30
Closing ceremony
Dec 07 18:00
After drinks

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