ShmooCon XIV - 2018 - Friday, January 19
14:00
Potter
Opening Remarks, Rumblings, Ruminations, and Rants
15:30
Leger, Ossmann
Pseudo-Doppler Redux
16:00
Fischer
Don’t Ignore GDPR; It Matters Now!
16:30
Dunin
The Friedman Tombstone — A Cipher in Arlington National Cemetery
17:00
Everette
Blink for your password: blinking away your civil rights
Wildani
Your Cerebellum as an Attack Surface: How Does the Brain Stay Secure?
17:30
Smith
Tap, Tap, Is This Thing On? Testing EDR Capabilities
18:00
Devonshire
Running a Marathon Without Breaking a Sweat? Forensic Manipulation of Fitness App Data
18:30
Dodson
Keynote
20:00
Woods
That’s No Moon(shot)!
20:20
Schrodinger
Everything You Wanted to Know About Creating an Insider Threat Program (But Were Afraid To Ask)
20:40
Erickson
Stack Cleaning — A Quest in Hunting for FLIRT
21:00
Bort
Your Defense is Flawed (it’s only kinda your fault)
21:20
Luczynski, Romero
The First Thing We Do, Let’s Kill all the [CISOs]
21:40
Biswas
Patching — It’s Complicated
22:00
Jacobs
Libation Escalation — Scotch and Bubbles
ShmooCon XIV - 2018 - Saturday, January 20
10:00
Morris
The Background Noise of the Internet
Wyatt
IoT RCE, a Study With Disney
Spill, Temkin
Opening Closed Systems with GlitchKit
11:00
Althouse, Atkinson
Profiling and Detecting all Things SSL with JA3
Vyrus
Pages from a Sword-Maker’s Notebook pt. II
Brom, Johnson
When CAN CANT
12:00
Flossman, Galperin, Quintin
Nation-State Espionage: Hunting Multi-Platform APTs on a Global Scale
Joyce
Building Absurd Christmas Light Shows
Goodspeed
Building a GoodWatch
14:00
Bulazel, Yener
Catch Me If You Can: A Decade of Evasive Malware Attack and Defense
Blaze, Hall, Hursti, MacAlpine
Electronic Voting in 2018: Threat or Menace
Davis, DeRosa
ODA: A Collaborative, Open Source Reversing Platform in the Cloud
15:00
Figueroa
Someone is Lying to You on the Internet: Using Analytics to Find Bot Submissions in the FCC Net Neutrality Submissions
Rege
A Social Science Approach to Cybersecurity Education for all Disciplines
Regele
Better Git Hacking: Extracting “Deleted” Secrets from Git Databases with Grawler
15:30
Shapiro
Bludgeoning Bootloader Bugs: No Write Left Behind
Gallagher, waxwing
Listing the 1337: Adventures in Curating HackerTwitter’s Institutional Knowledge
Foster
CertGraph: A Tool to Crawl the Graph of SSL Certificate Alternate Names using Certificate Transparency
16:00
Bourke
AWS Honey Tokens with SPACECRAB
Black
Cyberlaw: Year in Review
Voss
afl-unicorn: Fuzzing the ‘Unfuzzable’
16:30
Deason
Time Signature Based Matching for Data Fusion and Coordination Detection in Cyber Relevant Logs
Escandor-O’Keefe
Skill Building By Revisiting Past CVEs
Seymour
radare2 in Conversation
17:00
Postnikoff
Defending Against Robot Attacks
Gallagher, Ragan, Wagenseil
Hacking the News: an Infosec Guide to the Media, and How to Talk to Them
Chang
OK Google, Tell Me About Myself
21:00
Saturday Night Party
ShmooCon XIV - 2018 - Sunday, January 21
10:00
Highnam, Puzio
Deep Learning for Realtime Malware Detection
Zimmerman
This Is Not Your Grandfather’s SIEM
Oliver, O’Meara
Embedded Device Vulnerability Analysis Case Study Using TROMMEL
11:00
King, McMillan
Securing Bare Metal Hardware at Scale
Carstens, Stach, Thompson, Zatko, Zatko
CITL — Quantitative, Comparable Software Risk Reporting
The Shmoo Group
0wn the Con
12:00
Wardle
Getting Cozy with OpenBSM Auditing on MacOS … The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
Handorf
Do as I Say, Not as I Do: Hacker Self Improvement and You
Vachon, Wong
SIGINT on a budget: Listening in, gathering data and watching–for less than $100
13:00
Daniel, Gavigan, Nather, Potter, Wharton
ShmooCon Debates
14:00
Potter
Closing Remarks


Instructions

This "Old School" schedule is an automatically-generated evolution of a manually-generated hack Darth Null has been using at ShmooCon since 2007. It won't work too well for a large conference, like DEFCON, but for smaller events like ShmooCon or BlackHat DC, it might be useful.

Simply print this out at whatever scale is most helpful to you. For example, for ShmooCon: print at 65%, fold Friday and Sunday back behind Saturday, and laminate, for a two-sided 3" x 4" card that you can keep in your shirt pocket.