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1, 10:30 am, Enrique/etc, Welcome to HacDC
1, 10:30 am, Enrique/etc, Welcome to HacDC
2, 10:35 am, Enrique, Why do computers suck at security?
 
2.1, Software Flaw Example: Buffer Overflow
2, 10:35 am, Enrique, Why do computers suck at security? SQL injections and buffer overflows.
2.2, Software Flaw Example: SQL Injection
 
3, 11:00 am, Enrique, Scams: Phishing and Spearphishing
3, 11:00 am, Enrique, Scams: Phishing and Spearphishing
4, 11:15 am, Enrique/Ankeet, Password Security, Hashing, Two-Factor Security
4, 11:15 am, Enrique/Ankeet, Password Security, Hashing, Two-Factor Security
5, 11:30 am, Xavier, Introduction to Encryption
5, 11:30 am, Xavier, Introduction to Encryption
6, 11:45 am, Xavier, Digital Signatures & Certificates
6, 11:45 am, Xavier, Digital Signatures & Certificates
7, 12:00 pm, Xavier, Domain Names and DNSSec
8, 12:15 pm, Ankeet?, PGP, Signal, Tor


Afternoon Session, suggested topics:
7, 12:15 pm, Ankeet?, PGP, Signal, Tor
 
Afternoon Session:


Order, Time, Presenter(s), Title
Order, Time, Presenter(s), Title


9, 1:00pm, Micah Sherr, Georgetown University, "Hidden Voice Commands,"
8, 1:00pm, somebody, Tor
10, 2:00 pm, Ross Schulman, Open Tech Institute, "Security Law in 2017"
9, 1:30pm, Micah Sherr, Georgetown University, "Hidden Voice Commands,"
11, 1:30 pm, Lindsay Beck, Open Tech Fund, "Resources for your Digital Security Projects”
10, 2:00 pm, Lindsay Beck, Open Tech Fund, "Resources for your Digital Security Projects”
12, 2:30 pm, Heather West, Mozilla
10, 2:20 pm, Ross Schulman, Open Tech Institute, "Security Law in 2017"
13, 3:00 pm, TBA (Cyberwar, attribution of cyberattacks)
11, 2:40 pm+ Open Discussion, Q&A, Self-organized workshops, etc


Wrap-up at 3:30pm
Wrap-up at 3:30pm
(HacDC Annual Meeting is at 4pm.)
(HacDC Annual Meeting is at 4pm.)

Latest revision as of 17:54, 25 January 2017

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Morning Session, suggested topics:

Order, Time, Presenter(s), Title

1, 10:30 am, Enrique/etc, Welcome to HacDC

2, 10:35 am, Enrique, Why do computers suck at security? SQL injections and buffer overflows.

3, 11:00 am, Enrique, Scams: Phishing and Spearphishing

4, 11:15 am, Enrique/Ankeet, Password Security, Hashing, Two-Factor Security

5, 11:30 am, Xavier, Introduction to Encryption

6, 11:45 am, Xavier, Digital Signatures & Certificates

7, 12:15 pm, Ankeet?, PGP, Signal, Tor

Afternoon Session:

Order, Time, Presenter(s), Title

8, 1:00pm, somebody, Tor 9, 1:30pm, Micah Sherr, Georgetown University, "Hidden Voice Commands," 10, 2:00 pm, Lindsay Beck, Open Tech Fund, "Resources for your Digital Security Projects” 10, 2:20 pm, Ross Schulman, Open Tech Institute, "Security Law in 2017" 11, 2:40 pm+ Open Discussion, Q&A, Self-organized workshops, etc

Wrap-up at 3:30pm (HacDC Annual Meeting is at 4pm.)