Talks and workshops run on both days.

Talks are in a single track, and are presented the David Willis Auditorium.

Competitions are held at their workshops. Winners are announced at closing ceremony.

Collections from Mick and Topy will be on display both days. Come by and ask questions about a lock’s design and history.

Saturday’s talks

Time Events
9:00–9:15 Opening ceremony
9:15–10:15 ‘Keynote: Three Decades of Defeating Physical Security’, by Roger G. Johnston, Ph.D. CPP
10:15–11:15 Attacking the HID Access Control System’, by Alex Dib
11:15–12:15 Elements of Lock Cylinder Design Cylinders’, by Peter Field
12:15–13:15 Lunch
13:15–14:15 A beginners guide to manipulation’, by Michael Maynard
14:15–15:15 The art of human shell for introverts’, by MewSec
15:15–16:15 Impressioning; the Locks That Pick Themselves’, by Matt ‘HuxleyPig’ Smith
16:15–17:15 Side Channel Attacks (for encrypted RF transmissions and other things)’, by NullWolf
17:15–18:15 RF based analysis of an ISM-band alarm system’, by rfc6919
18:15–18:30 End of day one ceremony
18:30–Late Saturday night party — Venue: 3 Ravens Brewery

Sunday’s talks

Time Events
9:00–9:15 Day two welcome
9:15–10:15 ANP Catalog: The Adversarial Ninja Playset. How To Bring Your Red Teaming Arsenal To Next Level.’, by Luca Bongiorni
10:15–11:15 Attacking masterkeyed systems (the easy way)’, by Jos Weyers
11:15–12:15 Thinking outside the lock, how I defeated the Bowley, the Forever Lock, and the Yuema 750.’, by Mitch ‘Priyer’ Robert
12:15–13:15 Lunch
13:15–14:15 The Unpickable Kromer Protector’, by Jaakko Fagerlund
14:15–15:15 8 ways to get past a door’, by Logan Woods
15:15–16:15 Understanding, testing and improving physical security teams’, by James
16:15–17:15 The Forensics of Lockpicking’, by Datagram
17:15–18:15 Awards & closing ceremony
18:30–Late After-party — Venue: 3 Ravens Brewery

Workshops


Lockpicking

General locks available for picking. Staff will be present to organise the lock picking competition and locks will be available to practice on however no official training will be scheduled.

Hosts
OzSecCon
Days
Both Saturday and Sunday
Times
10:00 to 18:00 both days
Competition
Open and run both days.

Impressioning

Practice your filing skills and make a working key to a lock from a blank. Staff will be present to supervise the area and if there is sufficent interest, a impressioning competition may be arranged.No official training will be scheduled.

Ilco Kwikset KW1 Kik, 3-, 4-, and 5-pin Lockwood 234b45/SLW29 available for practice.

Hosts
OzSecCon
Times
10:00 to 18:00 both days

Tamper evident challenge

Learn how to defeat common tamper evident seals and participate in the competition to defat the largest number of different tamper evident seals over the course of the weekend!

Hosts
OzSecCon
Times
10:00 to 18:00 both days
Competition
Open and run both days.

Invisibility Workshop

This all-day, drop-in facial recognition workshop will let you get creative with visual disguise as you try to trick cameras into thinking you’re invisible and stop them from recognising you.

Host
Lilly ‘Attacus’ Ryan
Times
Saturday 10:00 to 18:00

A beginners guide to manipulation

Learn how to manipulate group two mechanical safe locks by hand. This workshop is a follow on from Michael’s earlier talk. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend this talk before the workshop commences.

Host
Michael Maynard
Times
Saturday 14:00 to 16:00

Attacks on mobile network connected alarms, smart homes and smartwatches

This training will cover different attack on popular mobile network enabled devices: alarms, smart home systems, access control systems and smartwatches for kids.

Host
Aleksandr Kolchanov
Times
Sunday 10:00 to 14:00

Making custom tools for unusual locks

This is a practical demonstration on how to make custom tools for unusual locks. This workshop is a follow on from Mitch’s earlier talk. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend this talk before the workshop commences.

Host
Mitch ‘Priyer’ Robert and Michael Maynard
Times
Sunday 14:00 to 16:00

Master Keying CTF

Using a bag of tricks and a bit of grey matter participants will be challenged to decode keys from photos that will work a series of locks (photos will be of keys held by various staff).

Host
Oisin ‘Nomad’ Donohoe
Times
Sunday 10:00 to 14:00