Pilar Speranza-Weigel

Pilar Speranza-Weigel Yuliana Bellini

Yuliana Bellini

Online Dating Scams – Low Blows

Over time dating scams have claimed many victims, becoming an immense industry that uses psychological approaches, photographers, graphic designers, call centers, extortion and blackmail, as well as human trafficking. These scams have been around for many years, and they continue to grow and evolve, and the hackers have become much more elaborate and sophisticated with their methodologies, making them even more profitable than ever. We will dissect this dark business and identify its patterns and vulnerabilities, as well as bring awareness to a topic that is not often discussed.


F4R4D4Y

F4R4D4Y

Epstein Faraday didn’t kill himself

What happens when a social-media addicted hacker and Twitter Troll quits the internet for six months? What happens to a human being – whom are social animals – when their main contact methods with friends, family, enemies, and coworkers is dissolved?
Did erasing his data from OSINT and family tree/ancestry sites help with privacy, at least? What about the memes? WHAT ABOUT THE MEMES?!
Listen to his story how it simultaneously saved and ruined his social life at the same time as his health improved (with all the consequential data he could collect) to help you make an informed decision if you decide to make the ultimate pièce de résistance of our digital age.

Melanie Ensign

Melanie Ensign

Why Should Anyone Listen? Practical Advice for Security Pros to Build Influence & Impact

This talk is about earning influence and becoming a trusted advisor inside and outside a security organization. It is for everyone who wants to effectively advise business leaders, technical managers, and decision-makers. It’s also for anyone yearning to be heard by their boss or peers.


Adam Baso

Adam Baso

Crowdsourcing and Collaborative Product Development at Wikipedia

The early days of the open web encouraged a collaborative model of software development – technology built from the ground up, systems that were developed collectively and without hierarchy. For the past two decades, Wikipedia has succeeded to a large degree because of that collaborative model. It invites contributions, from our content down to our code. This talk will discuss how to build a truly participatory product development model, the opportunities and challenges Wikipedia has faced as a result of its open approach to technology platforms, and what the future looks like.