OzSecCon 2018

Sat, 02 June 2018, 9:00 AM - Sun, 03 June 2018, 10:00 PM [AEST]

26 Coomalie Crescent, Bellfield, Victoria, Australia

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VIP Donator Partial Approval -$230.00

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Were you a VIP in 2017? Do you want more cool perks?? Show everyone how awesome you are and support us by purchasing a VIP ticket. We'll make sure everyone knows you did by supplying you with a special badge and we'll make sure you don't go thirsty during the conference! We'll do what we can to make sure you have an awesome experience! Note: Total price (once GST and fees apply) = $258.59

Delegate Partial Approval - $150.00

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"Access all areas"standard tickets. Numbers are strictly limited. So make sure you don't miss out. This ticket covers access to all workshops, competitions and talks throughout the weekend as well as access to the Saturday and Sunday night parties! Remember we sold out in 2017 and we may do so again in 2018 so get in quick! Note: Total price (once GST and fees apply) = $168.99

Early Bird Supporter Partial Approval -$115.00

Loved the conference in 2017 so much? Heard heaps of good things and don't want to miss out? Missed out on tickets last year and want to get in before they sell out? For those of you who are super keen, this ticket is for you! Strictly limited number of tickets! Note: Total price (once GST and fees apply) = $129.79

Training - Adversary Mindset - Red Teaming Partial Approval - $500.00

This course, run by Wayne Ronaldson, will run over the two days prior to OzSecCon (May 31st and June 1). The cost of this ticket DOES NOT include access to the conference as well. Please see https://ozseccon.com/training for additional details on the course. GST is not included in the displayed price. Total price is $555 AUD

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Event Information

Sat, 02 June 2018, 9:00 AM - Sun, 03 June 2018, 10:00 PM [AEST]

About the Events

OzSecCon (formerly OzLockCon) is the first open and inclusive community event focusing on both analogue and digital physical security in Australia.

The conference will introduce people from all areas of security, whether professionals or hobbyists, to new techniques, tools and ideas in order to learn new skills or refine existing ones.

We will have both standard talks and a variety of on-going workshops open to attendees with industry-leading presenters and instructors across a diverse range of topics.

In addition, we will be running a variety of competitions throughout the weekend with prizes on offer for those who win!

Our aim is to cover not only traditional physical security controls (such as locks and safes) but more modern access control systems that are increasingly becoming more digital as time goes on.

This will not only include network-connected devices but also devices such as those relying on radio communications in order to operate.

We hope that all those attending find the experience both informative, engaging and importantly, fun!

 

Talks

Our call for papers is open until the 30th of April 2018. You can submit a talk via this link!

In 2017 we had a number of high quality talks about a variety of subjects including red-teaming, electronic attacks against smart locks, tool making, exotic locks, key duplication, impressioning and more. In 2018 we are hoping to run two streams of high quality talks simultaneously! Please check our twitter feed and website regularly as talks are announced. 

Workshops

Our call for workshops is open until the 30th of April 2018. You can submit a workshop via this link!

We aim to have a number of hands on activities running throughout the weekend, lock picking, key impressionoing, safe-scoping, tamper evident, RFID and Radio attacks were demonstrated as part of workshops at OzLockCon 2017. In 2018 we want to make the workshops bigger and better to take full advantage of the unique facilities we will have available to us. Please check our twitter feed and website regularly as workshops are announced. 

Competitions

We will be running competitions for lock picking and for key impressioning. At this stage, we are likely to use Lockwood 234/45's, 243b45's or 334b45 variant padlocks with the LW29 keyway. This may change in future so keep track on our twitter page for any important announcements 

 

Sponsors

Want to support an awesome, diverse and vibrant community event? Want to help push physical security research and encourage a better understanding around security? We need sponsors to make this event happen! If you, or anyone you know, might be able to help sponsor our event, please let us know and we can make it happen! Please check out our sponsorship page on the OzSecCon site. 

 

Important information

If you are a full time student or otherwise unable to afford the tickets below, don't despair. We should be able to help you out. Check out the FAQ  on our site for more information.

Purchasing a ticket means you agree to abide by our code of conduct. Please note our code of conduct is strictly enforced! 

Children under the age of 18 are welcome to attend the event provided they are accompanied by a legal guardian. Please be aware we are not restricting the language or content of talks (as long as it falls within our code of conduct) so adult themes may be discussed. If you are planning on purchasing a ticket for a child under the age of 18, please email us first as only the guardian will need to purchase a ticket.

OzSecCon will not provide refunds unless a delegate is deemed unsuitable as an atendee by the organisers. If this occurs prior to the commencement of the conference, a refund will be issue. If your conduct is deemed inappropriate during the course of the conference no refund will be issued.

 

Location Information

The conference will be held in Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia. The venue, Melbourne Polytechnic's Heidelberg Campus, will be hosting us in Building B.

Please see the campus map linked here for details. 

If you are driving to the event, recommended parking is via the entry at Coomalie Crescent.

If you are catching public transport to the event, it is accessible by bus from Heidelberg Railway Station or Coburg Railway Station. 

 

Accommodation

Hotels and AirBnB services are available around the area. Alternative accomodation can be found a short distance away closer towards the city or airport. 

 

Questions?

Have questions about the event? Email us at admin@ozseccon.com

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About the Organizer

The team at OzSecCon are a loose-knit group of physical security enthusiasts. We come from a diverse range of backgrounds; some of us work in security (eg. as locksmiths or in IT security) and others work in completely unrelated fields, but we’re all locksport hobbyists — what binds us all is our common interest and passion for locks and all things physical security. In early 2016 we started a chat channel as a place for us to share knowledge about physical security. For the most part we grew as a group from ‘hacker-conferences’ and as such we’ve embraced the hacker spirit of sharing knowledge amongst our peers. 2017 saw a small subset of enthusiasts start up our first conference 'OzLockCon' which we ran successfully with more than 200 people in attendance. In 2018 our core group of staff has grown and we aim to have more content and more hands on participation across the entire event. ~The OzSecCon Consmiths

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