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Friday, January 13, 2017
Time One Track Mind
1200 Registration Opens
1400

Opening Remarks, Rumblings, Ruminations, and Rants

1530
U2F Zero: Secure Hardware Design, DIY Mass Production, and Amazon Prime

Conor Patrick

1600
35 Years of Cyberwar: The Squirrels are Winning

Space Rogue

1630
Implantable Logic Analyzers and Unlocking Doors

Kenny McElroy

1700
Cyborg Self-Hacking: An Examination of Cochlear Implants

Jeff Dodge

1730
Introducing Jak: Safely Share Sensitive Files via Git

Chris DiLorenzo

1800
Can a Drunk Person Authenticate Using Brainwaves? #NotAlcoholicsJustResearchers

Tommy Chin and Peter Muller

1830
Keynote

Seven Things: Frank Zappa, T. Coraghassen Boyle, and Twenty-one Years in Security

Dr. Gary McGraw

Time Firetalks
2000
How to Spoil all Movies and Give an Unforgettable Presentation

Jason Blanchard

2020
Quick and Dirty Emulation of ARM Firmware

Travis Goodspeed

2040
NAVRIE Athena — A graph database solution to unify InfoSec data and workflow

Peter Clemenko

2100
22 Short Films About Security

Charlie Vedaa

2120
Slash AppSec Costs, Free Threat Modeling & Compliance Data Output

John Willis

2140
You Can Do the Thing!

Brendan O’Connor

Saturday, January 14, 2017
Time Build It! Belay It! Bring it On!
0930 Registration Opens
1000
So You Want to Hack Radios

Marc Newlin and Matt Knight


LangSec for Penetration Testing: How and Why

Falcon Darkstar Momot and Sergey Bratus


A Widening Attack Plain: Threatcasting Tomorrow’s Threats

Brian David Johnson and Natalie Vanatta

1100
Exploring The Infrared World

Dominic Spill and Michael Ossmann


Know Normal, Find Evil: Windows 10 Edition

Jake Williams


Ask the Feds

Allan Friedman, Nick Leiserson, Eric Mill, and Jessica Wilkerson

1200
A Context-Aware Kernel IPC Firewall for Android

David Wu and Sergey Bratus


Who Wants to Allow Arbitrary Code Execution on Their Boxes? We Do It Every Day.

Brian Redbeard and Brad Ison


Ask the EFF: Protecting Tomorrow

Kurt Opsahl and Andrew Crocker

1300 Break
1400
WaveConverter – An Open Source Software Tool for RF Reverse Engineering

Paul Clark


Goodnight Moon & the House of Horrors: A look at the current IoT ecosystem and the regulations trying to control it

Whitney Merrill and Aaron Alva


h·cek: Computing a Hacker Experience

Allison Miller, Melissa Clarke, and Margaret Schedel

1500
I Have a Graph Database. Now What?

Nicolas Kseib and Shimon Modi


Plug-in Electric Vehicle Fingerprinting: Authentication for Plug-in Electric Vehicles

Rebekah Houser


Flailing is Learning: My First Year as a Malware Analyst

Lauren Pearce

1600
0wn the Con

The Shmoo Group


Defeating Sandbox Evasion: How to Increase Successful Emulation Rate in Your Virtualized Environment

Alexander Chailytko and Stanislav Skuratovich


The State of Secure Messaging

Nikita Borisov and Sze Chuen Tan

1700
User Focused Security at Netflix: Stethoscope

Andrew White and Jesse Kriss


Anti-Ransomware: Turning the Tables

Gal Shpantzer and G. Mark Hardy


The Metadata is the Message (and Sometimes the Message is the Metadata

Matt Blaze

2100 Saturday Night Party

Sunday, January 15, 2017
Time Build It! Belay It! Bring it On!
0930 Registration Opens
1000
ripr – Run Slices of Binary Code from Python

Patrick Biernat


Dig Out Your Brick Phone! Bringing AMPS Back with GNU Radio

Brandon Creighton


A Nickel Tour of the Ad Fraud Ecosystem

Ryan Castellucci

1100
Safety Bot Guaranteed

Rich Seymour


Excuse me, Server, Do You Have the Time?

Brian Cardinale


The Threat Intel Results are in… You are NOT the hacker! : Disinformation Campaigns vs. Attribution Claims

Mark Kuhr

1200
(In-)secure messaging with SCIMP and OMEMO

Sebastian Verschoor


Does a BEAR Leak in the Woods? The Democratic National Committee breach, Russian APTs, and the 2016 U.S. Election

Toni Gidwani


Challenges and Opportunities: Application Containers and Micro Services

Anil Karmel and Andrew Wild

1300
Designing and Executing the Worldís First All-Computer Hacking Competition: A panel with the development team

Tim Vidas, Chris Eagle, Jason Wright, Brian Caswell, Mike Thompson, and Holt Sorenson

1400

Closing Remarks