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RSAC Sandbox

The RSA Conference Sandbox is full of hands-on interactive experiences to test your infosec skills. Demo and discuss how pervasive computing and connectedness will inevitably lead to a broader threat landscape in healthcare and business; expand your thinking about threats to smart cities, electric grids and industrial processing plants; learn more about the prioritization of cyber safety in areas that affect public safety and transportation, and challenge your infosec skills for network and digital forensics.

Cybrew CafeThe Sandbox will be located in the Marriott Marquis, Yerba Buena 8, adjacent to the RSAC Early Stage Expo. Also located in the space is the Cybrew Café which offers specialty coffees, a cool atmosphere and charging stations where you can recharge your physical and mental batteries. 


This year the Sandbox opens with the Conference’s fourth annual craft beer tasting event, CyBEER Ops!

SANS NetWars in the Sandbox
Industrial Control System (ICS) Sandbox 
Internet of Things Sandbox
Car Hacking Village Sandbox 

Location
Marriott Marquis, Yerba Buena 8

Schedule
Tuesday, April 17, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
(opens with CyBEER Ops - access included for Full Conference passholders, guest tickets available for purchase)
Wednesday, April 18, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (open to all badge types)
Thursday, April 19, 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM (open to all badge types)

 

NetWars


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SANS NetWars in the Sandbox

NetWars imageSANS Core NetWars Experience is a hands-on information security challenge developed to build and enhance your skills as an infosec professional. Compete with your peers through progressively difficult challenges. Score points on our interactive scoreboard either by yourself or in a team of up to five players. SANS NetWars was designed for novice (hints available) to advanced professionals and covers various aspects of penetration testing, forensics, defense, and your ability to rely on your experiences and problem-solving skills to navigate from Level 1 through Level 5 of gameplay. Learn more about the NetWars Experience.

Log into your RSA Conference account and add the SANS Core NetWars Experience as a favorite. You can later view your schedule/favorites in a day planner format. SANS NetWars seating is limited to 40 players and seats will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

A special thank you to Dell Technologies for providing the laptops for this year’s SANS NetWars in the Sandbox.

View NetWars Experience Times

ICS Sandbox

As the backbone of modern society, vulnerabilities in industrial control systems (ICS) has come to the forefront of businesses, governments and organizations. This year, ICS will conduct a deeper dive into the Industrial Internet of Things, simulate an ICS cyberattack and think through implications of smart cities on the grid.  

A Quick Start Guide for Critical Infrastructure Protection
• Defeating Insider Threats to Critical Infrastructure
My Life as a CISO
• Insecure Cities and Rogue Robots: The Impact of Industrial IoT Exploits
No IOUs with IOT
SCADA 101
A SOC in the Sandbox
Think Like a Hacker But Act Like an Engineer


Internet of Things Sandbox

Organized by security consulting and research firm Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), IoT Village™ delivers expertise advocating for security advancements in Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This exhibit highlights vulnerable connected devices and groundbreaking security research found in devices as common as smart cameras to devices as complex as solar panels and medical devices. Experience thought-provoking talks by expert security researchers who dissect real-world exploits and vulnerabilities and analyze the impact on consumer and business environments. Stay informed by following both ISE and IoT Village on Twitter.

Advanced Attack Surface Discovery and Exploitation
Balancing Public Good and Personal Privacy - Challenges in De-Identifying Open Datasets
Exploiting Cloud Synchronisation to Mass Hack IoTs
IoT Hardware Hacking - Demoing Firmware Extraction and Protection Methods
Lateral Attacks Between Connected Devices In Action
Robotic Telepresence - Is Your Enemy Watching You?
• Care Delivery Workflow Attacks through Behaviorial eManipulation


Car Hacking Village Sandbox

New this year! Wired and wireless exploitation of vehicle systems has become a critical safety concern for the automotive industry, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Congress, the Department of Homeland Security, and consumers alike. Through hands-on experience with industry experts, the Car Hacking Village Sandbox aims to educate security professionals on the functionality of vehicle systems and the vulnerabilities that could significantly impact the safety and security of today’s drivers and passengers.

Is Car Hacking Over? AUTOSAR Secure Onboard Communication
Securing the Future of Mobility: Is Your Connected Car Unhackable?
• Make Your Car Self-Driving Using Open-Source Software

TechTarget Sandbox Session

SecOps: Navigate the New Landscape for Prevention, Detection and Response
Today's SOC is under attack: more advanced threats, new attack vectors and less resources to combat them. Access exclusive research on the state of incident response to understand how your peers are balancing these dynamics today. Then hear from a panel of experts what new tools - from richer analytics to automation - can help you better prevent, detect and respond to threats. Learn more and add to schedule.

 
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