Security BSides Ljubljana #BSidesLjubljana Tue, 14 Apr 2015 20:20:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Oh my god all the tickets have gone!! Sat, 07 Mar 2015 22:12:51 +0000 Yes the two main bulk releases of tickets is over (done, sold out, gone etc etc.). However we do have a waiting list which is active and working well. If you are without ticket and you prefer not to wait on the waiting list we still have supporter tickets available.

Things to note about the waiting list:

Once you have registered please note that Eventbrite doesn’t send a confirmation email, so don’t go click happy, once is enough and you don’t get multiple tickets the more times you click.

When a space becomes available you will get an email with a link, if you follow the link and it doesn’t work then it means you have missed the time window and you are put back on the waiting list. If you manage to get a ticket then please tweet about it, that way people still know the list is moving.

Keep in mind:

If you already have a ticket and you’re not going to come, please let us know, so we can give your ticket to someone else on waiting list! Thank you!

First round of free ticket sold out Tue, 24 Feb 2015 23:47:46 +0000 We are happy to announce (if you haven’t noticed yourself) that first round of free tickets is gone. Free tickets will be available again in second round, starts March 2nd, 10am (CET). Meanwhile don’t forget to check list of talks, workshops, side activities, and spread the word about BSidesLjubljana event.

BSidesLjubljana tickets Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:54:52 +0000 While attendance is free, you still need a ticket.

Tickets will go out in two rounds:

  • [*] February 19th, 9am (CET),
  • [*] March 2nd, 10am (CET).

.. and yes, amount of tickets is limited. Please see tickets page for more details.

Talk: Invisible packets (Milan Gabor & Danijel Grah) Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:10:43 +0000 Abstract:
This talk will be about packets that are constantly flying around us. Main focus will be on Wi-Fi. We will look into the coverage of wireless signal in the area of Ljubljana, show some statistic about access points and what is visible with simple equipment for few dollars. Techniques will be discussed on how to attack access points and clients and how to defend them. We will demonstrate how to be online for free in the area of Ljubljana all the time. Additionally we will touch state of the art of data exfiltration techniques and secret channels.

Milan Gabor is a Founder and CEO of Viris, Slovenian company specialized in information security. He is security professional, pen-tester and researcher. Milan is a distinguished and popular speaker on information security. He has previously been invited to speak at various events at different IT conferences in Slovenia and loves to talk to IT students at different Universities. He also does trainings regarding ethical hacking. He is always on a hunt for new and uncovered things and he really loves and enjoys his job.

Danijel Grah has a Bachelor degree in Computer Science at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. He is a Security Consultant at Viris for some time and is involved in penetration testing, security reviews, programming, consulting and research. He has deep understanding into threats, vulnerabilities and trends. He likes to practice Information Security in everyday life. Danijel is devoted to his work, open minded, enjoys new challenges and he never stops studying.

Talk: Low-Tech High-Intensity Phishing Attacks on Slovenian Banks (Gorazd Božič) Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:07:30 +0000 Abstract:
Last weeks of January 2015 a wave of phishing attacks was directed towards several Slovenian banks. In my presentation I will describe how we tracked the incident, the information we have gathered in that time and lessons we have learned. How did we at SI-CERT percieve different actors responding to our calls for phishing site takedowns?

Gorazd Božič is the Head of the Slovenian national CERT (SI-CERT) which was established in 1995. Between 2000 and 2008 Gorazd was the Chairman of the European CERT group TF-CSIRT, which brings together all known CERTs in the wider European region and provides the accreditation and certification programme for CERTS – the Trusted Introducer. Gorazd has been the Slovenian representative to the the Management Board of ENISA, the European Network and Information Security Agency, since its formation in 2004.