The last few confirmations have arrived – so here’s the rest of that speaker line up.

A reminder to anyone who may have submitted but did not receive notification from us last Friday:
Emails were sent out Friday evening but we discovered that maybe 10-15% of submitters never saw anything. We think this might be because the emails were sent from an AWS instance which some mail servers may have interpreted as spam. While the answer is probably obvious at this point, we’d be happy to forward the sent email to you directly if desired. Just let us know.  We feel badly that this happened and we’ve already taken steps to prevent it from happening next year.

U2F Zero: Secure Hardware Design, DIY mass production, and Amazon Prime – Conor Patrick
Cyborg Self-Hacking: An Examination of Cochlear Implants – Jeff Dodge
Introducing Jak: Safely Share Sensitive Files via Git – Chris DiLorenzo

(In-)secure messaging with SCIMP and OMEMO – Sebastian Verschoor
User Focused Security at Netflix: Stethoscope – Andrew White, Jesse Kriss

LangSec for Penetration Testing: How and Why – Falcon Darkstar, Sergey Bratus
Defeating Sandbox Evasion: How to Increase Successful Emulation Rate in Your
Virtualized Environment – Stanislav Skuratovich, Alexander Chailytko
Does a BEAR Leak in the Woods? The Democratic National Committee breach, Russian APTs, and the 2016 U.S. Election – Toni Gidwani

The Threat Intel Results are in… You are NOT the hacker! : Disinformation Campaigns vs. Attribution Claims – Mark Kuhr
The State of Secure Messaging – Nikita Borisov, Sze Chuen
Ask the EFF: Protecting Tomorrow – Kurt Opsahl, Andrew Crocker