About The Event
BSides Berlin is an event for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening.
Holzmarktstraße 25, 10243 Berlin, Germany
18 November, 2023
The call for paper will be open until 1 August. You can submit your talk!
Here is our event schedule
The complete schedule will be announced after CFP deadline once our review committee decided about the talks.
Opening Keynote Marie Gutbub
We partied like it was 1984. 10 years after Snowden: The good, the bad and all the things we're still waiting for.
In 2013, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden dropped a bomb: Together with journalists, he leaked and published a large number of classified documents that showed the world the extent of US surveillance capabilities. Many people were confronted for the first time with the idea that if we continue to use technology in general, and the internet in particular, as we have been doing, privacy is dead. As is often the case with such revelations, the leak was followed by a period of intense activity around privacy and security. People mobilized, bottom-up privacy movements emerged, we campaigned, protested, questioned our governments and taught each other how to evade surveillance. Some donated money and time to support those who made our communications more secure, foundations funded privacy initiatives. We made songs about privacy, movies about surveillance, put CryptoParty stickers on every laptop and bathroom door we came across, and spread tons of memes. Every movement eventually loses momentum. Crisis follows crisis, personal and societal focus shifts. As incredible as it sounds, it's been ten years. What did we ask for in 2013, what were our hopes and beliefs? Where have we succeeded, where have we failed and how have our expectations changed?
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Sr. Information Security Analyst @ modzero
Head of Research @ SRLabs
Red Team Lead @ SRLabs
PhD Student @ Berlin Institute of Technology
Cyber Security Architect @ Airbus
- Access to all talks
- Lunch & Coffee Break
- Access to networking event
Feel free to drop us an email, or a message on Twitter
Natalie Pistunovich: @NataliePis
Sina Yazdanmehr: @SinaYazdanmehr