We are pleased to welcome Delaware Technical Community as our newest conference host. Delaware Tech is respected and trusted at the state and national levels because of its hallmarks of commitment, responsiveness, and vision. Delaware Tech has earned a place in the hearts of Delawareans, too. They realize their College provides them with high-quality educational programs that are convenient, flexible… Read more →
We are thrilled to return to our regular weekend in November! Our 8th conference will be held on November 10-11, 2017 at Delaware Technical Community College – Stanton Campus. For those of you familiar with the campus, we have the entire C wing upstairs. For those of you not familiar, we hope this concentrated area will be easier to navigate than… Read more →
Maven Security, a security consultancy based in Delaware, has recently lent a helping hand to the Pros v Joes CTF (PvJ-CTF) at BsidesLV in the form of an in-kind sponsorship. Maven Security donated the time and talent of their CTF maven and longtime Pros v Joes volunteer @gi0cann. (Rumor: The character Alec Hardison from the show Leverage was based on the real-life exploits of @gi0cann.)
At BsidesLV @gi0cann was a fantastic resource for the CTF environment, which, besides a full corporate environment of servers, had the amazing addition of VoIP to the environment. That PvJ was the largest and most successful PvJ yet.
For BsidesDE in 2015 Maven Security will be upping the ante with another in-kind sponsorship. Specifically @gi0cann, besides helping build & tweak the CTF this year, will be emerging from his secret hacker lair as the boots on the ground co-ordinating this year’s Pros v Joes CTF. With @Dichotomy1 running the PvJ CTF, and @gi0cann co-ordinating, as well as the other PvJ volunteers, we are confident this will be another amazing Pros v Joes CTF.
Don’t just sit on the sidelines this year; jump into the fray by registering for the CTF at BsidesDE.
Every once in a while we like to try something new, and for our 5th year this was no exception. Enter badge flair! This started with some inspiration from @SirSpamsALot who brought these delightfully amusing ribbons to BSidesLV 2013 and some ribbons I *may* have acquired from another random conference occurring near some infosec con that featured ribbons with titles asking… Read more →
We have acquired several items we’d like to reconnect with their owners and are aware others may have lost items we don’t possess, but can more easily facilitate their return. If you have lost something please email securitybsidesdelaware at gmail or tweet/DM us on Twitter and we’ll do our best to assist. FOUND: Things we have found and would like… Read more →