Security Summer Camp, as it is colloquially known, is three security conferences that occur during the same week in Las Vegas.
The three conferences that make up Security Summer Camp are:
While preparing for these conferences, I dug through their schedules and picked out the talks I was interested in catching.
BSides Las Vegas
BSides Las Vegas is back with a fantastic schedule and one of the best community events of the year.
Here are a few fantastic talks I will try to catch.
- Scaling the Security Researcher to Eliminate OSS Vulnerabilities Once and For All
- SBOM challenges and how to fix them!
- Clean Forensics: Analyzing network traffic of vacuum bots
- Zero Days should not be a fire drill
Blackhat USA is the “commercial conference” of the three but still has a great lineup of talks.
Here are the talks I will be catching (and presenting at)
- Bug Hunters Dump User Data. Can They Keep it? Well, They’re Keeping it Anyway.
- Real ‘Cyber War’: Espionage, DDoS, Leaks, and Wipers in the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
- Lessons from Ukraine: What Cisco Talos Threat Researchers Learned from Defending Critical Infrastructure in Ukraine.
- A Discussion on Risk-Based Vulnerability Management (I am moderating this panel)
DEF CON is probably the most well-known hacker conference in the world, and rightfully so with the quality of talks this year.
- Dragon Tails: Supply-side Security and International Vulnerability Disclosure Law
- Tracking Military Ghost Helicopters over our Nation’s Capital
- Trailer Shouting: Talking PLC4TRUCKS Remotely with an SDR
- UFOs, Alien Life, and the Least Untruthful Things I Can Say.
Along with these talks, they have these interest-specific villages where I will spend a lot of time. Here are the villages where I know I will be spending time.
Did I miss anything you are interested in seeing, or will you be in Las Vegas and want to chat? Let me know on Twitter at @JGamblin.