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Past Event : 10/29/2021
Discord: Infosec Prep
Bishop Fox will be participating in the Infosec Prep Discord server AMA. Consultants will be answering questions about careers in cybersecurity.
Past Event : 08/05/2021
Meet Us In Person! Bishop Fox to Sponsor and Present at DEF CON 29
Bishop Fox is proud to sponsor the DEF CON 29 Red Team Village. Visit us on site in Las Vegas, Nevada. Join the CTF and view our presentation on IoT RNG.
Past Event: On-Demand
Nation-state Espionage Programs: An Analysis of Russian, Chinese, Iranian, and North Korean Capabilities
On this webinar hosted by Nisos, Dan Wood and security expert panelists discuss the cyber and insider-threat espionage capabilities of Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea.
Past Event : 02/05/2021
Bishop Fox Sponsors and Presents at 2021 Virtual CactusCon 9
Bishop Fox is a sponsor of CactcusCon 9, the largest annual hacker and security conference in Arizona, which will be virtual for 2021.
Past Event : 11/14/2020
Andrew Wilson to Present Reverse Engineering Websites at BSides Connecticut
Bishop Fox VP of Consulting Andrew Wilson will be presenting Reverse Engineering Websites at BSides Connecticut.
Past Event : 08/01/2020
Rob Ragan to Present at Black Hat 2020
Principal researcher Rob Ragan will be virtually presenting SmogCloud: Expose Yourself Without Insecurity - Cloud Breach Patterns at Black Hat 2020.
Past Event : 04/30/2020
Barrett Darnell, Kelly Albrink and Caleb Gross to Present at DERPCON Virtual Conference
Barrett Darnell, Kelly Albrink and Caleb Gross to present at DERPCON. Topics will include CTFs, hacking radio, and exploiting insecure deserialization.
Past Event : 04/22/2020
Rhett Greenhagen To Deliver Keynote at BSides Tampa
Rhett Greenhagen, Bishop Fox senior security researcher, will be delivering the closing keynote on adversarial modeling and machine learning at BSides Tampa.
Past Event : 04/15/2020
Joe DeMesy and Dan Petro to Present at Pycon
Bishop Fox Sr Security Associate Joe DeMesy and Lead Researcher Dan Petro will be presenting How Real-world Python Applications Get Compromised at PyCon.