DAY-CON IX:

Private Workshops: October 12 & 13, 2015


October 14th, 2015    Dayton Security Summit Day 1:

8:30AM - 9:00AM           Registration & Check-In

9:00AM - 9:30AM           Ground Rules (Angus Blitter)

9:30AM - 12:00PM         TBA

12:00PM - 1:00PM         Lunch

1:00PM -   5:00PM         TBA


6:30PM Reception 7:00PM - 10:00PM Delegate Dinner


October 15th, 2015    Dayton Security Summit Day 2:

7:00AM - 8:00AM           5K Hacker Run

9:00AM - 12:00PM         TBA

12:00PM - 1:00PM         Lunch

1:00PM -   5:00PM         “Hiding From Robots”, Angus Blitter


October 16th, 2015

10:00AM - 2:00PM       HackSec Packetwars Invitational


6:00PM - ???       Reception & After Party


Times and Content Subject to Change


ABSTRACTS:


Hiding From Robots by Angus Blitter

The genie is out of the bottle, Elvis has left the building and robots will inherit the earth! How should humans respond to the inevitable evolution of automatons? Join the speaker as he describes the current pervasive robot culture and the eco-system propelling it forward. Marvel as he connects the dots and articulates the near future scenarios that warrant your consideration. Finally, he will posit reasonable responses for mitigating threats posed by robotic adversaries, including hiding, running away and playing dead.


SPEAKER DELEGATES:


Angus Blitter - Your host and resident media whore. Angus is the founder of Hack Sec Klahn, a like-minded group of technologists. Angus is also the creator of PacketWars™ (packetwars.com) the World's first Cyber Sport. Angus believes diversity is good for the species and hackers are a national resource. Old school, grey hat and previously plump, Angus still likes to eat, drink and hack.


Sergey Bratus - Is a Research Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth College. His research interests include designing new operating system and hardware-based features to support more expressive and developer-friendly debugging, secure programming and reverse engineering; Linux kernel security (kernel exploits, LKM rootkits, and hardening patches); data organization and other AI techniques for better log and traffic analysis; and various kinds of wired and wireless network hacking. Before coming to Dartmouth, he worked on statistical learning methods for natural text processing and information extraction at BBN Technologies. He has a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Northeastern University.