BSides CLT 2020

Saturday, September 26 2020, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM [EST]

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Workshop - RedOps: Automated BUILDing Blocks PARTIAL APPROVAL - Free

RedOps is short for red team operations, and like DevOps, looks to build an environment that a red team operator can use readily for a test that is updated, consistent, and with all their favorite tools necessary for penetration testing in an automated fashion. In this workshop we will be showing you the building blocks for how to completely automate a virtual machine (VM) build using Hashicorp Terraform, Packer, and Vagrant for red team operations. Specifically we will be building a VM of kali linux, and leveraging the power of the cloud, so we won’t even need a powerful machine to build it so that almost anyone can play along.

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Workshop - Level Up Your Web App PenTest PARTIAL APPROVAL - Free

This course is designed to take a deep dive into security of today's web applications. It is composed of a series of hands-on exercises and demonstrations combined with lecture-based theory with the goal of teaching the core concepts behind modern web application security controls. If you are interested in testing the security of modern single page apps with functionality such as APIs, CORS policies and JSON Web Tokens, then this is for you!

General Admission PARTIAL APPROVAL - Free

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Saturday, September 26 2020, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM [EST]

Workshops are almost sold out, they are both half day events. The general admission tickets are for the speaker track, the speaker track information will be up on by mid September!

The 2020 BSides Charlotte Conference Theme
We’ve all been presented with new, unexpected, challenges during 2020, but as hackers we’ve done our part to make the best of those challenges in creative ways. For BSides Charlotte, we look to this year as a year of improvement. Improvements take shape in different ways, whether it be working on upgrades and improvement projects, dusting off that project you’ve always meant to get back to, perhaps learning new skills, performing some type of new research, or focusing on aspects of personal growth. We want to hear what your accomplishment is; what did you break, build, or learn during quarantine?

Drew Green