Past event
8 Jun 2019
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BSides San Antonio 2019

San Antonio, TX 

OUR HISTORY

BSides was born in 2009 when a number of quality speakers were rejected from a mainstream conference, not due to lack of quality but rather lack of space and time. Our mission is to provide people with options by removing common conference barriers and by providing more options for speakers, topics, and events.

BSidesSATX held its first event in 2013 and was welcomed with open arms by the Alamo city. It has only grown as people become more aware of it and seek to participate in their local community.

WHO WE ARE

We hope you’ll come out. Better still, why not participate? Looking to support the event? We welcome and appreciate our sponsors! Please reach out to us at bsidessatx at gmail.

​BSides events combine security expertise from a variety of platforms in search of the “next big thing” in information security. BSides is an open platform that gives security experts and industry professionals the opportunity to share ideas, insights, and develop longstanding relationships with others in the community. It is a rare opportunity to directly connect and create trusted relationships with key members of the community.

Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates 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.

Other BSides San Antonio events:

CFP is open
until 1 Mar 2020
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BSides San Antonio 2020
6 Jun 2020
TX San Antonio San Antonio, TX 

Videos from the conference (26):

Breaking and Entering with SDR Hacking Physical Access Control Systems and Garage Door Openers
Logan Hicks - GAN & Gone, manipulation of the masses for political and social gains
Brennon Thomas - There's no place like 169.254.169.254 - (Ab)using cloud metadata URLs
Ross Wolf - The Hunter Games: How to find the adversary with EQL
Jordan Wright - Unmasking Data Leaks A Guide to Finding, Fixing, and Prevention
Convergence: Analytical Deep Dive Into Foreign Intelligence Activity in US Based Critical Infra.