Security BSides London, the UK’s biggest community-driven infosec conference is happy to announce its 8th iteration open to all regardless of background, skill level, income or job-title.  
  • Doors to the main event open at 8.30am with talks starting at 9am on 6 June 2018
  • Workshops will be held on 5 June 2018 starting at 10am; Pre-registration is required
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Track 2 [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 5

10:00 BST

Red teaming: Better defence through offence
The workshop will give the audience a good understanding of some of the techniques which can be used to teach organisations how to make both their buildings and their IT estate more secure. This will be achieved by demonstrating how building access systems, organizational processes and people's habits and actions can create weak spots which can then be exploited by criminals. The workshop will focus on showing the techniques used by criminals in order to gain access to infrastructure or to defeat security mechanisms.

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Tom Van de Wiele

Tom Van de Wiele is Principal Cyber Security Consultant at F-Secure with 15 years of experience in information security. He specializes in red team operations and targeted penetration testing for the financial, gaming, and service industries. When not breaking into banks, Tom acts... Read More →

Tuesday June 5, 2018 10:00 - 12:00 BST
Workshop 2 ILEC Conference Centre 47 Lillie Road London SW6 1UD

12:30 BST

Intro to Heap Exploitation
The workshop’s main goal is to put students up to speed on understanding the concepts of how the heap works on Linux (more specifically, the ptmalloc2 allocator) and correlating such knowledge to the basic exploitation primitives used on Linux Heap Exploitation.

A laptop able to run a VM/Docker image

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Javier Jimenez

Javier is a security analyst at SensePost with around 3 years of experience in the industry. He has a passion for exploit development and fuzzing and has contributed to find bugs in software such as Apache Server, Acunetix, GNU NetCat and others.

Tuesday June 5, 2018 12:30 - 16:30 BST
Workshop 2 ILEC Conference Centre 47 Lillie Road London SW6 1UD

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