A community-driven information security conference and community.
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. Due to the pandemic and travel restrictions, BSides Berlin 2021 will be online and FREE! The event will be held at the Socio online conference platform. Stay tuned by following us on Twitter (@SidesBer), or subscribing to our mailing list.
Joel Noguera is a security professional and bug hunter with more than seven years of expertise performing tasks such as exploit development, reverse engineering, security research and consulting. Before founding SwordBytes Security, Joel worked as Security Researcher in companies like Immuntiy Inc. and Deloitte. Joel actively participates in Bug Bounty programs, reaching top 30 in famous platforms such as HackerOne. He has multiple CVEs assigned to his discoveries.
He has also delivered multiple trainings around the world, including Web Exploitation during a period of three years at InfiltrateCon. Joel has presented at Recon, BlackHat Europe and EkoParty.
LiveOverflow YouTube Channel
Fabian (LiveOverflow) is holding a master’s degree in computer science and has been working as a penetration tester since 2013, where he is mainly focusing on web application security. To keep up with the fast changing world of IT security, Fabian likes to participate in CTF competitions.
In 2015 he started making educational videos about various topics around hacking and IT security, and created the LiveOverflow YouTube channel. On this channel, Fabian has covered a wide variety of IT security topics, including hardware security, memory corruptions and web hacking.
Bsides of running the LiveOverflow YouTube channel, Fabian works as a penetration tester at Cure53.
Katharina is an independent software researcher living in Berlin. Their area of focus is on distributed network systems, decentralised routing, and decentralised trust systems. As part of their research project Irdest they work on fundamental questions in how networks are organised, and how they can function in a way that removes points of authority without opening users up to attacks.
They are also a long time member of the Rust community, and give trainings to companies for a variety of subjects, including Rust, and NixOS.
Head of Product
Ellen Körbes is Head of Product at Tilt, strongly focused on the development experience side of Kubernetes, and can't stop reminiscing about the old days and dabbling in infosec matters. Ellen got their start building Kubernetes CLI tooling under SIG CLI, and has since spoken about Go and Kubernetes at many world-famous events.
GitHub Security Lab
Xavier René-Corail has 25 years of experience in Software development. As an engineering manager in a FinTech company, he was in charge during 10 years of deploying best practices for a team of 250 developers (Agile principles, shifting left quality, devops culture …). He is now leading the GitHub Security Lab, building bridges between the security researchers and developers community, to help secure open source software. He is also a founding member of the Open Source Security Foundation. He loves to share his experience and his thoughts at conferences (XP Days Benelux 2016, 2017, 2018, Agile Beirut 2018, OracleOne 2018, Geecon Krakow 2018, GitHub Universe 2020, DevOpsDays Vancouver 2021, DevOpsDays Krakow 2021)
An avid builder and solver of hacking challenges and puzzles, Ed is a staff member at the DEF CON DarkNet contest and has been one of the Chaos Communication Congress MCs for the last four (offline) years. By day, he is leading the Infrastructure team at Chainlink Labs.
Head of Research Team
Security Research Labs
Luca Melette is a security researcher with focus on mobile networks. He discovered and disclosed several security vulnerabilities in 2G/3G networks, from low-cost radio attacks to more sophisticated SS7 abuse. Luca maintains the website gsmmap.org and the related mobile app SnoopSnitch that enable comparison of mobile networks world-wide. He has presented his researches at different security conferences like BlackHat and CCC.
Security Research Labs
Vincent Ulitzsch is a researcher at Security Research Labs, a Berlin based hacking collective. His work focuses on blockchain security and vulnerability detection via fuzzing. He has presented on the subject at Blackhat USA. He continues to uncover security vulnerabilities in all types of software.
Information Security Analyst
Pascal is an information security analyst living in Berlin. He has several years of expertise in the IT security field and worked as pentester, security researcher and bug bounty hunter. Next to his Master of Computer Science at TU Berlin, he has earned the OSCP certification and visited different security conferences throughout the years.