Horaire des conférences

May 16 2019

Day 1
Doors Open & Registration

This is the moment to pickup your badge. Make sure you have your Eventbrite ticket printed or on your mobile phone.

Opening Remarks

Presented in Conference Room 1 and streamed into Conference Room 2.

Logistics, Code of Conduct & more
Where Do We Go From Here? Stalkerware, Spouseware, and What We Should Do About It
  • Eva Galperin Electronic Frontier Foundation

Keynotes will be presented in Conference Room 1 and streamed into Conference Room 2.
The SOC Counter ATT&CK
  • Mathieu Saulnier Bell Canada

Fixing the Internet's Auto-Immune Problem: Bilateral Safe Harbor for Good-Faith Hackers
  • Chloé Messdaghi BugCrowd

The (Long) Journey To A Multi-Architecture Disassembler
  • Joan Calvet

T1: Secure Programming For Embedded Systems
  • Thomas Pornin

Lunch Break

During this break you are free to explore the area and find something to eat.

Making it easier for everyone to get Let's Encrypt certificates with Certbot
  • Erica Portnoy Electronic Frontier Foundation

What is our Ethical Obligation to Ship Secure Code?
  • Elissa Shevinsky Faster Than Light

Welcome to the Jumble: Improving RDP Tooling for Malware Analysis and Pentesting
  • Émilio Gonzalez Université de Sherbrooke

  • Francis Labelle

Safer Online Sex: Harm Reduction and Queer Dating Apps
  • Norman Shamas

M33tfinder: Disclosing Corporate Secrets via Videoconferences
  • Yamila Vanesa Levalle ElevenPaths

Trick or treat? Unveil the “stratum” of the mining pools
  • Emilien Le Jamtel CERT-EU

  • Ioana-Andrada Todirica CERT-EU

Cache Me If You Can: Messing with Web Caching
  • Louis Dion-Marcil Mandiant

Threat hunting in the cloud
  • Jacob Grant eSentire

  • Kurtis Armour eSentire

HAK MTL Screening

Screening of the film HAK MTL at the Montreal Science Centre IMAX Theatre, followed by a Q&A with Prof. Ian Goldberg, David Goulet, Gabriel Tremblay, and the filmmaker Alexandre Sheldon.

Seats are limited and assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Synopsis: We are in 2019 and privacy no longer exists. In less than one generation, the internet has become a mass surveillance machine.Whatever hope is left will come from the hacker movement. After all, the internet is their playground. Hackers know better than anyone the real extent of surveillance. By giving a voice to our local hacker scene, HAK_MTL explores Montreal’s contribution to the global fight for privacy.

Conference Party

This year's party will take place at two bars, located on top of eachother: ArcadeMTL & Meltdown located on St-Denis street.

May 17 2019

Day 2
Opening Remarks

Presented in Conference Room 1 and streamed into Conference Room 2.

Cybersecurity vs the world
  • Matt Mitchell Tactical Tech

Keynotes will be presented in Conference Room 1 and streamed into Conference Room 2.
DNS On Fire
  • Warren Mercer Talos

  • Paul Rascagnères Talos

Post-Quantum Manifesto
  • Philippe Lamontagne NRC

DNS On Fire
  • Warren Mercer Talos

  • Paul Rascagnères Talos

Post-Quantum Cryptography: today's defense against tomorrow's quantum hackers
  • Christian Paquin Microsoft

Lunch Break

During this break you are free to explore the area and find something to eat.

One Key To Rule Them All - ECC Math Tricks
  • Yolan Romailler

A good list of bad ideas
  • Laurent Desaulniers

Call Center Authentication
  • Kelley Robinson Twilio

Using Geopolitical Conflicts for Threat Hunting - How Global Awareness Can Enable New Surveillanceware Discoveries
  • Kristin Del Rosso Lookout

Hacking Heuristics: Exploiting the Narrative
  • Kelly Villanueva SpecterOps

xRAT: Monitoring Chinese Interests Abroad With Mobile Surveillance-ware
  • Apurva Kumar Lookout

  • Arezou Hosseinzad-Amirkhizi

Wajam: From a Start-up to Massive Spread Adware
  • Hugo Porcher ESET

Mainframe Hacking in 2019
  • Philip Young