What is TuskCon?

Is a two day hacker camp with an emphasis on hands on learning and activities, not death by powerpoint. Now running for its second year, TuskCon will showcase the beautiful sunshine coast region, with activities utilizing the surrounding environment. We encourage participation from all, especially new and novel activities that wouldn't fit into a conventional con's agenda.

Overseeing the camp is well known infosec pinniped Lord Tuskington. The official con beer is Tusker, and anyone who'd like to assist with the logistics of somehow getting a pallette of the stuff shipped from Vanuatu and not seized by customs should get in touch.

Location & date

The con will be held at Cotton Tree Caravan Park, Maroochydore on the 11th and 12th of May 2019. The venue is a 1.5 hour drive from Brisbane, with public transport from both Brisbane and Sunshine Coast airports. It is also accessible by jet ski.

Tickets

TuskCon is limited to 50 tickets, which are now available on eventbrite. Get in early to avoid missing out, it is highly likely the con will sell out quickly (the organizers sold out years ago).

Program

The following workshops and presentations have been accepted. The CFP is still open for late submissions and a final schedule will be locked at the end of March 2019.

Presenter Title Type
Luke Gogolkiewicz (Melbourne) Attacking enterprise networks 4 hour workshop
Kristine (Brisbane) The non-fun bit: Writing reports made simpl(er) 2 hour workshop
Kevinnz (Christchurch) Bluetooth Low Energy Hacking 101 2 hour workshop
x86party (Canberra) Garden Variety Red Team Automation 2 hour workshop
JP (Toowoomba) She sells web shells by the sea shore 2 hour workshop
Karit (NZ) An introduction to Software Defined Radio 2 hour workshop
Shubs (Melbourne) Some bug bounty shit 2 hour workshop
David Jorm (Melbourne) Container breakouts 2 hour workshop
Mystery Speaker Don't upgrade to iOS 12.1.4! 0day jailbreak 1 hour presentation
passbe (Brisbane) The blue team blues 1 hour presentation
Brendan Scarvell (Brisbane) Grandstream RCE exploits 1 hour presentation

CFP Submissions

The CFP is now open! Please fill out the following form to submit a talk or workshop proposal.