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BSides Newcastle 2020 2020 Programme Sponsorship 2020 CTF  BSides Newcastle 2019

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BSides Newcastle 2019
#Possibly the Weirdest BSides Ever...#
Time 10:00 - 18:00 
Date 23rd November 2019 
Located at Dynamix Indoor Skatepark  

Keynotes and Talks
Two highly regarded members of the information security community opened and  
closed proceedings for us. 

The opening keynote was from 'The People Hacker' a.k.a. Jenny Radcliffe, 
Founder & Director of Human Factor Security. 
Jenny Radcliffe

The closing keynote was from Ian Thornton-Trump, 
Head of Cyber Security at AMTrust International,
Ian Thornton-Trump

Track 1 :  'This is a Southern conference. Gateshead != Newcastle. Love, @a8n_pub (Newcastle born and bred)'

Time				Title									Presenter	
9.30am				Registration Opens				
10am				Welcome	Welcome to the Jungle						Ben Docherty	
10.15am				Opening Keynote								Jenny Radcliffe		
11.00am				Break									Break	
12.00pm				What's up doc(x)?							Andrea Jones 	
12.30pm				Lunch									Lunch
2pm				Lockpicking - Beyond the basics						Zeefeene				
3pm				I know what you streamed last summer					Graeme
3.30pm				Break									Break
3.45pm				Security convergence: Mind the gap! 					Gavin Saul					
4.15pm				DevSecPopOps								Dan Perry				
4.45pm				The Tale of Phineas Fisher						Jake	
5.30pm				Closing Keynote								Ian Thornton-Trump		
5.45pm				Main Track Close							@BSidesNCL Crew

7pm-9pm 			Open Skate Session & Fire Play				

Track 2 :  'The Octopigon' - 8 Security Researchers enter and they mostly stare at their phones.

Time				Title									Presenter	
11am				Welcome									Sam
11.15am				A Look At File Representation Reduction Techniques			Jon
11.30am				How I hacked your Granny						James Burns
11.45am				Break									Break
12.00pm				The OpenJDK JVM : Securing a moving target 				Andrew Dinn
12.30pm				Lunch									Lunch
2pm				Mental Health in Infosec 						Callum + Lizzy
2.30pm				The F**k it approach 							Ben Docherty					
3pm				Destination: Infosec. Route: Non-standard.				Sam
3.30pm				Break									Break
3.45pm				Beer Con One #BC1							The Beer Farmers
4.15pm				Homebrew to Cyberpunk							Rick Trotter
4.30pm				Dental Health in Tech							James Ogden 
4.45pm				Taking off the Massc: Giving Masscan a face				Shadow
5.15pm				Track Close								Sam

CTF Village 
mRr3b00t @UK_Daniel_Card ran an awesome CTF with contributions from Andreas Finstad @4nqr34z, theart42 @theart42, 
 and pwnDefend @pwnDefend

The Winers were Netflux & Chill @secgus, @infosux and @sspaise 
Second place were elRaptor @PolarToffee and @degenerateDaE 
LockPicking Village 
Did you learn a new skill or brush up on old skills? We had locks!
Brought to you by Moon on a Stick LP&CBC Emporium@MoononaStickLP

Recruitment / Development Village 
we hope you met recrutment and development partners and furthered your
Cyber / IT career 
Brought to you by Harvey Nash