October 5 2019 9:00 am - 4:00 pm



2533 R St Suite 120
Sacramento, CA 95816


What is BSides?

BSides Sac is an Information / Security conference that’s different. We’re a 100% volunteer-organized event, put on by and for the community, and we truly strive to keep information easily accessible.


BSides Sacramento is the Sierra Nevada’s own slice of BSides and our 2019 event will be our first!

Our event is organized for the Northern California security community and we hold the event in the capital city to be accessible to all surrounding areas.

We hope, with the success of this year, our event will continue to grow and serve the Capital region. We welcome you and your company to join in our community and conversations of more than 100 participants, speakers, volunteers, and sponsors from across the country.


Tickets are now SOLD OUT! We are currently at capacity and closed. There will be no on-site registration.

Follow us on twitter @BSidesSac to see if spots open.

To sign up for our wait list click HERE

Call for Presenters


The BSides Sacramento 2019 CFP is now closed! Thank you for your submissions!

CFP closes 6PM PDT, July 8, 2019.

One-track · 20-25 min fire-talks · technical/non-technical security topics

The review process will be a blind review (authors names and other identifying information will be removed during review process) · Speakers will be notified August 2019

Any questions regarding the CFP can be emailed to



We are currently at capacity and closed for volunteers. Follow us on twitter @BSidesSac to see if spots open up!

Volunteering is an awesome way to get involved with the Sacramento security scene and community! It’s a good chance to meet other security-minded people while picking up various skills along the way. As a community event, we rely on contributions from volunteers like you to help with various tasks at the event. Thank you for your help!

Volunteers must work a minimum of four hours. Shifts are divided into 2 hrs slots and can be split if needed.

Volunteer sign-up can be found HERE

If you have questions about volunteering, e-mail us at

 A huge thank you to our 2019 Sponsors!


Would you like to help contribute?

Help make BSides Sacramento awesome by donating.

Interested in sponsoring BSidesSac 2019?

Take a look at our Sponsorship Kit and contact us at for more information!

Location Sponsor


Afternoon Snack Sponsor


Sacramento King

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Sacramento Gold Miner

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Sacramento Monarch

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All Conference All Stars

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Breakfast Sponsor

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Happy Hour Sponsor

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Code of Conduct

Our code of conduct is “Show respect and tolerance for each other’s uniqueness. Be kind and practice the golden rule.”

We have NO TOLERANCE for physical, verbal, or sexual harassment; intimidation; or marginalization of any human!

Put another way: any action, behavior, speech, or dress that causes significant interference with event operations, significant discomfort to other participants, or adversely affects BSidesSac’s relationship with its participants, its venues, or the public is strictly forbidden and may result in revocation of your event badge, expulsion from the property, and reporting to the authorities.

Simply put, “Do not be an ass* or we will kick your ass out!”

For clarification, asking questions of a speaker during their talk in order to gain clarity or debate a point is NOT being an ass; heckling or haranguing the speaker is. If you are not sure where to draw this line, err on the side of basic decency and common courtesy. Or ask yourself, “Would I condone this behavior if done to me, my best friend, sister, niece, daughter, brother, nephew, son, mother, or father?” If the answer is anything but yes, then do not treat anyone in this manner. In addition, if someone asks you to stop, you must STOP.

If you have any issue or witness any behavior by any participant, staff, or volunteer (of ANY badge type) that is not consistent with our Code of Conduct, please report it to a member of BidesSac Staff. They will call our Incident Response Team who will take an official incident report and determine next steps.

For other non-event related incident concerns, e-mail for assistance.

*The BSidesSac staff reserves the right to determine what constitutes “being an ass”. It may include any unlawful behavior.


There are risks involved in any event. By attending BSidesSac, you assume all risks incidental to the event and release BSidesSac and its respective staff and affiliates from all claims related to or arising out of the event or your presence at the event. In other words, you, your heirs, assigns, successors, personal representatives, and executors will not make a claim against, sue, or attach the property of BSidesSac or any BSidesSac director, officer, or volunteer for injury or damages arising out of or in connection to your participation in this event. Your badge is a revocable license to enter the event. If you do not comply with all applicable policies of the event, we reserve the right, without providing a refund, to refuse entry or eject you.

Policies graciously borrowed from BSidesLV and BSidesSF.