Two Days of Power-User Insight
Jan 22-23, 2020
This two day event is focused on surfacing osquery security use cases - the good, bad, and ugly - told from the mouths of those who've lived and breathed at scale deployments in their production environments. Join security leaders and practitioners from Financial Services, Telco, SaaS, Hi-Tech, and a variety of other industries as they share first hand learning from osquery deployments solving for incident investigation & threat visibility, compliance, asset inventory, cloud vs. on-prem, and much more. Osquery@scale will feature a single track schedule to allow attendees to join every session. Sessions will be 30 minutes long with time for Q&A. Breakfast, lunch and free flowing coffee will be provided for all attendees, and we'll have a guided wine tasting Tuesday night.
Wednesday, Jan 22nd
8:30am - 9:30am Networking Breakfast & Sign-In
9:30-5pm Speaker sessions
5-6pm On-site Wine Tasting
Thursday, Jan 23rd
8:30-9am Networking Breakfast & Sign-In
9-4pm Speaker sessions
We'll be adding specific details to our agenda as available, so check back often.
More To Come!
What is osquery@scale?
osquery@scale is a knowledge-sharing environment meant to help security practitioners and leaders fully immerse themselves in the highs and lows of real-life osquery deployments. Through the sharing of end-user experiences, attendees will better understand the variety of security use cases, limitations and benefits across operating systems and environments, skills and abilities required for use, and other considerations to be made when building strategic at scale deployment plans. Our goal is to connect osquery users with like-minded osquery-curious peers. This conference is being hosted by Uptycs to support the sharing of experience with at scale osquery deployments. All are welcome to attend and participate. This inaugural event will take place at Dogpatch WineWorks, a large industrial warehouse with an on-site winery located in the up & coming Dogpatch neighborhood. DPWW is accessible from Muni, CalTrain, Uber and is a walkable distance from Oracle Park.
Please note, our call for presentations has closed as of December 31, 2019.