2022 Schedule

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Friday July 22nd

If you’ve got a workshop ticket then you already know the time of your workshop.

The workshop area will be open from about 9:30 to 17:00 and while we don’t want everyone with a con ticket turning up, you are welcome to come along and hang out if you’ve got into Sheffield a bit early and want to say hi to people. We will hopefully have plenty of spare space so feel free to bring along board games or simple projects (no soldering, fires, dangerous chemicals etc.).

We’ve still got to confirm the location so will announce it closer to the time, but it should be the same as the last couple of years for anyone who has been before.

Saturday July 23rd

Registration will open from around 8:30, breakfast of bacon and veggie (we’ve requested vegan, fingers crossed) rolls will also be out around the same time.

WordPress is rubbish at doing tables, so apologies for this mess, but this is the current running order for the talks.

TimeTrack 1Track 2Track 3
9:30 – 10:00Intro and Welcome
10:00 – 11:00Murder! Mossad? Watching SE experts in the real world, literally getting away with murder.

Chris Pritchard
Deep dive into Kubernetes Attack Surface and how to defend against cloud native ecosystem?

Sadi Zane
X-Com: Editing Savegame Files is Still Strategy: Redux

Paul Williams
11:00 – 12:00How to kill a Russian Commander in 20 minutes or less & other cyber stories from the war in Ukraine

Ian Thornton-Trump
Debugging Cordava Applications

Nishaanth Kumar G
“I’ll take hacking for $100.” Keeping your CTF costs out of jeopardy

James Boland
12:00 – 13:00Hacking a treadmill for fame and profit

Soroush Dalili
Finding zero days in WordPress Plugins & Themes and Testing Beyond WPScan

Noman Riffat
Friend or Foe?

Jess Amery
13:00 – 14:00LunchLunchLunch
14:00 – 15:00How to Enhance your Cybersecurity Career through Regional Alliances.

Gary Hibberd
Paving The Way To DA – A Live(Hopefully) Path of Pwnage

Andy Gill and Neil Lines
Can you detect this? Inside The Ransomware Operator’s Toolkit

Peter O
15:00 – 16:00Taming horses for combat

Sina Kheirkhah
Writing Tiny, Efficient, and Reliable Malware

Rad Kawar

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Windows Credential Theft: A Primer

Keith Learmonth

PG
16:00 – 16:30BreakBreakBreak
16:30 – 17:30Security Vulnerabilities that (Mostly) Aren’t

David Lodge
Catch me if you can – Hiding web shell from WAF

Manish Kishan Tanwar
P4ssw0rds!!!!111

Richard Hicks
17:30 – 18:30Closing

Lunch is between 13:00 and 14:00 and will be a mix of sandwiches, fruit and other snacks. We’ve also got an order in with Our Cow Molly for a range of ice creams.

The afternoon break between 16:00 and 16:30 will have tea and coffee and the remains of lunch (there wasn’t much left last time).

The party venue (upstairs from the main SHU entrance) will be open from as soon as the closing talk ends, but the free bar and food will only open at 19:00 to give the crew time to tidy up the venue and get upstairs to join in. Kids are welcome at the party (just realised, it isn’t a party, it is an after event social), they will just need supervising by an adult.

We will be having a game of Slide Show Roulette, hopefully a quiz, and probably some other random games and activities.

Sunday July 24th

Sunday morning is Laser Quest morning. We’ve got a booking with the local arena and will have a sign up sheet on the registration desk. We’ve got two games booked from 11:00 to about 12:00. Both adults and kids are welcome.

After an hour of sweaty laser shooting we will be retiring across the road to Kommune for lunch. All welcome, even if you didn’t come to the Laser Quest.