Conference Organisers

Kylie McDevitt

Emerging Technology Researcher and Security Architect. Adjunct lecturer UNSW Canberra. Co-founder of BSides Canberra and co-owner of Canberra’s hackerspace - InfoSect. Networking Engineering and Security Architecture.

Dr Silvio Cesare

Director of Education - Cyber Security UNSW Canberra @ ADFA. InfoSect and BSides Canberra Cofounder. Reverse engineering and physical security.

Conference Volunteers

Volunteer Twitter Bio Volunteered previously?
csirac2 @csirac2 Technical debt collector. I make defendable things out of open source. Software/security/Linux/electronics/SDR, generalist. I @MakeHackVoid :) 2016, 2017, 2018
wizzy @the_wizzy_ General cool guy and internet wizard. 2016, 2017, 2018
Topy @Infosecfriends Hacker. Breaker. Lock Picker. Physical Security Enthusiast. HackHouse. @OzSecCon. Curious. 2016, 2017, 2018
Matt @volvent Partner @elttam 2016, 2017, 2018
itgrrl @itgrrl Professional infosec n00b. 2016, 2017, 2018
Faz 2016, 2017, 2018
RichL @zerointerupt (Same as last year) 2016, 2017, 2018
Clin @yoloClin 2017, 2018
syngularity0 @syngularity0 Organiser of SecTalks Canberra, consumer of energy drinks, slayer of digital dragons. Really bad at computers. 2017, 2018
Petrina Olds 2017, 2018
Lana @alannahguo Lockpicking, art, and of course - infosec! Feel free to come have a chat, I don't bite ^.^ 2017, 2018
Jess @jessnr_ Professional girl geek enthusiast. 2017, 2018
Pamela O'Shea @pamoshea Dr. Pamela O'Shea is director of O'Shea Cyber Security providing security consulting and penetration testing services. Pamela is a sessional lecturer in penetration testing at RMIT and also runs outreach penetration testing classes in Melbourne. Pamela organises the Melbourne Cyberspectrum software defined radio club, uses SQLi by default in all forms and follows the prime directive without exception. 2017, 2018
archbish0p @archbish0p cat /etc/passwd 2018
Dex 2018
Solar 2018
MOF @Canberra_mike 2018
Guy @ratherbland 2018
ec0 @devec0 Lifelong inhaler of fumes 2018
charcol @charcol0x89 Security analyst and former technical writer. Serial conference volunteer who <3 open source. 2018
Simon Victory @svict4 Fullstack Web Dev πŸ₯ž Public Serpent 🐍 Chat to me about NCSS πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ“πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Startups πŸš€ or how we can make Aus Gov ICT generally less awful πŸ€” 2018
Phishy Always enjoy learning new things. 2018
MickyFinn @zeebaMickyFinn 2018
walski @chriswalski A born and bred Canberra person (I don't know if that's a good or bad thing) who escaped to Melbourne for coffee lifestyle. =) Will have the inside intel of all the good caffeine runs so I can keep awake. 2018
Name:Nitesh | Handle:Neat @MrMeterpreter Currently doing Masters in IT with specialization on Network Security at Sydey. For now, working out on CCNA CyberOps. Previously, completed Bachelors in IT (Computer Network and IT Security). Worked as a penetration tester. Curious about how networks and security stuffs work and how to break them.
Javed Wardak
LJ @seafarerlj Keen maker and breaker always with several projects on the go - mostly RF, microcontrollers and beer.
David Lyon
Oliver Clayton @Oliversees I have no idea what I’m doing
Chris Barrett
Josh Johnson @_joshajohnson Engineering student, busy perfecting the art of letting the magic smoke out.
tsujamin @tsujamin does the cybers and infosec-ing thing sometimes
Kifan Xiao
Nahid Reza IT Security/Network Engineering grad, current CCNA cyber ops student and newly started working as a Security Analyst at Verizon, this would be my first security event, after much anticipation. Looking forward to the warm fuzzy feelings of supporting the hacker community.
There are still some limited volunteering opportunities available: register interest here