Come join us; the FoxPick team in our Lockpick Village! We enjoy teaching anyone who wants to learn how to pick different types of locks or handcuffs! You can come play in the village, meet new people, and learn some new tricks. We also have our Lockpick Challenge, Felix’s Breakout. Help Felix the Fox escape […]
Participants and Interviewers Wanted How are job interviews like the holidays? They happen infrequently, they are super important to everyone involved, and they can drive us to drink; we can’t be good at them without practice. Have a career in infosec? Writing a good resume and interviews are still a skill we should develop. Thinking […]
Here are some things to know about BSides Nashville and tickets 1. Tickets are required Lipscomb University is a small venue and we have not been able to secure a larger one at the time of this writing so we have a physical space limitation. So yes you need a ticket, you need to buy […]
We are excited to announce Ladi Adefala as our Keynote speaker for the 5th BSides Nashville. Ladi Adefala is a passionate cyber security professional with a broad range of expertise that spans multiple security domains including cyber security strategy, solution architectures, security risk assessments, cyber threat intelligence and research and cyber security training. Adefala’s background […]
Have you enjoyed BSides Nashville in the past? Do you want to get more involved but not know where to start? If you answered yes, to the above questions, have we got a thing for you! Wednesday September 27th at 6pm Join us at Two Bits on Demonbreun Come meet the Organizers, chat with us. […]
Short Version (AKA TL:DR) Our “Code of Conduct” is “Be Excellent to Each Other” AKA the Golden Rule. We have NO TOLERANCE for physical/verbal/sexual harassment of any person. Any person found to be harassing another person will be required to leave the conference. Asking questions of a speaker during their talk, to get clarity or debate a point […]
Sample Submission Note to the reader: This is a completely made up talk. However it should give you an idea of what types of information to include, the lowest level of detail to use, and the overall flow of a good submission. The level of detail is not meant to discourage submissions. The more data […]
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