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We are excited to announce OTPgh, the “One Time Pittsburgh” information security conference! We created OTPgh because all of the usual infosec conferences were canceled this year due to COVID-19. As active members of our local infosec community, we wanted an event that would allow us to network and learn from each other, while staying as safe as possible. We considered an IRL and partial IRL/online event, but the threat model was too risky.
OTPgh is a one time online event. It will feature:
Streamed talks with speakers answering questions in real time
20 minute talks followed by 10 minutes of Q&A
Twelve artisanal talks
Virtual breakout rooms to kick it with the speakers or other attendees
Livestream locally-sourced cooking demo during the lunch break
UTC -5 (EST)
Topic & Speaker
Virtual Coffee Hour and Tech Check
Opening/How OTPgh Will Work
You are The Target: How Foreign Intelligence Agencies Are Smarter than You
Biased Technology (Why Diversity is Crucial)
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the SBOM
Dr. Allan Friedman
Why We Should Talk About Porn: The Risky Business of Malware
I Didn't Buy 1773 Terrible Towels: Safety n'at While Online Shopping
Glitching and Cheats: Security Holes in Online Games
What Are You Verifying? From PGP to Signal, the Shifting Landscape of Personal Privacy.
Game Genie or Batman? A Practical Look at Vulnerabilites
The Importance of Identifying Crown Jewels for HoneyTokens
MFA All The Things (Or as many as possible)
A Better Assessment Tool: Facebook's Open Source CTF or CTFd
Dr. Rhonda Chicone & Dr. Susan Ferebee
Securing AND Pentesting the Great Spaghetti Monster (k8s) - A Quick Intro
Special Guest & Closing