BSides Atlanta
May 4 2019 - KSU Center, Kennesaw
Volunteer Signup Tickets

About Security BSides

Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening.

CFP Dates

  • Friday, February 1 - CFP opens
  • Thursday, March 7 - CFP closes
  • Friday, March 8 - CFP Review process begins
  • Friday, March 29 - CFP Review process closes
  • Monday, April 1 - CFP Decisions sent out

Ticket Information

We’re doing tickets a little differently this year. As always, BSides Atlanta 2019 is a free event that is open to all. This year we’ve added a Personal Sponsor option. This sponsorship helps pay for putting the conference on and gets you early access to a ticket.

We also decided to release free GA tickets in waves based on feedback from all of you. Check the schedule below and get your clicking fingers ready!

Click here to get your tickets.

Ticket Schedule

  • Monday, February 18, Noon EST - Personal Sponsor tickets available
  • Friday, March 1, Noon EST - Wave 1 of GA tickets available
  • Monday, April 1, Noon EST - Wave 2 of GA tickets available

A wait list will be available when Wave 2 completes. We will do our best to get tickets to as many people on the wait list as possible.

Our Sponsors

We thank these sponsors for making our event great!

Code of Conduct

We have NO TOLERANCE for physical/verbal/sexual harassment of any human, humanoid or AI!

Our “Code of Conduct” is “Be Excellent to Each Other” AKA the Golden Rule. Failing that, it is “Do not be an Ass* or we will kick your ass out!“.

Asking questions of a speaker during their talk, to get clarity or debate a point is NOT being an ass – heckling or haranguing the speaker IS. If you are not sure, ask, or err on the side of basic decency and common courtesy. If what they are doing would not be acceptable to have done to you, your best friend, your worst enemy, your sister, niece, daughter, brother, nephew, son, mother, father, or any human being, do not let them treat anyone else that way – whether you know them or not. If someone asks you to stop – stop.

If you are having an issue with a BSidesATL participant of ANY type, find an organizer. They will assist you in determining the next steps for you to feel safe and heard.

*Staff reserves the right to determine what constitutes “Being an Ass”.