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s3ccon 2021 Breach dont kill my vibe

MARCH 24-26, 2021

LEARN HOW TO PREVENT, DETECT, AND RESPOND TO CYBERSECURITY BREACHES

2020 saw an incredible amount of incidents- and they’re sure to continue into 2021- which is why our theme for this year’s S3CCON is centered around breaches. It sounds ominous, we know, but if you’re an IT or Cybersecurity professional, you need to be ready for the worst- even if you think it will never happen to you!

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For $3.34 a day, you can learn how to prevent a cybersecurity breach from happening to you.

…so $10 for the whole con.

WE'RE VIRTUAL THIS YEAR BUT THAT WON'T STOP US

JUST LIKE IT WON'T STOP SECURITY BREACHES FROM HAPPENING

SPEAKERS

Click on a speaker photo for more information about them and their presentation.

Kevin Bong

Sikich

Director of Cybersecurity

Logan Evans

Sugar Security

Founder

Nick Santora

Curricula

Chief Executive Officer

Rahul Raghavan

we45

Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist

Ross Rustici

ZeroFox

Global Head of Architecture and Threat Intelligence

Andrew Lemon

Alias

Principal Security Engineer

Chad Kliewer

Pioneer

Information Security Officer

Danny Slusarchuk

Standards I.T.

Chief Executive Officer

Jonathan Kimmitt

The University of Tulsa

Chief Information Security Officer

Bryan Bundy

RACK59

Sales Representative

Lucas Chumley

SentinelOne

Sr. Solution Architect 

Chris Boykin

Future Com

Chief Technology Officer  

Curtis Coleman

Oklahoma Christian University

Asst Professor, Director of Cybersecurity Education Center

Donovan Farrow

Alias

Chief Executive Officer

Corey White

Future Point of View

SVP Intelligence 

WEDNESDAY

March 24

9:15 – 9:45 AM (CST)

How to Actually Train Your Humans

Nick Santora

10:00 – 10:45 AM (CST)

Breaches are going to happen. How do you protect yourself?

Jonathan Kimmitt

Hacking Your Way Out of Ransomware

Andrew Lemon

11:00 – 11:45 AM (CST)

The Clutter that's Choking AppSec (and How to Fix it)

Rahul Raghavan

The Uber Data Breach and Its Implications to CISOs

Curtis Coleman

THURSDAY

March 25

9:15 – 9:45 AM (CST)

Stealing credit cards from iframe and redirect-based ecommerce applications

Kevin Bong

10:00 – 10:45 AM (CST)

Incident Response Policy

Danny Slusarchuk

Cyber Postmortem

Corey White

11:00 – 11:45 AM (CST)

iFraud: A Case Study​

Chad Kliewer

From Fad to Foe: Defending Against Weaponized AI

Lucas Chumley

FRIDAY

March 26

9:15 – 9:45 AM (CST)

Prepping the Battlefield: using adversary reconnaissance against them​

Ross Rustici

Physical Preparation for a Breach

Bryan Bundy

10:00 – 10:45 AM (CST)

Intro to AWS Security Breaches and Defenses​

Logan Evans

Preventing Breaches in a Remote Workplace World​

Chris Boykin

11:00 – 11:45 AM (CST)

Live Tabletop Session​

Donovan Farrow

5:00 – 8:00 PM (CST)

Happy Hour​

@ Top Golf OKC

Join us for an in-person happy hour!

GET SOME FRESH AIR AND MEET US @ TOP GOLF FOR FOOD, DRINKs, AND OF COURSE, GOLF

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FAQ

WILL THE SESSIONS BE RECORDED?

Yes.

Will the recordings be available after the event?

Yes, everybody registered will be emailed the recording copies.

can i attend the event in person?

At the moment, we’re planning on presenting S3CCON 2021 as a completely virtual event. We are planning an in-person happy hour Friday evening after the conference concludes. Check out s3ccon.com/happy-hour to reserve your spot. 

I'm interested in being a s3ccon partner or speaker. What should I do?

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