Thursday, February 19, 2009

DojoSec Monthly Briefings - March 5, 2009

We are proud to announce the next DojoSec March 5th, only two weeks away!

We have a GREAT line up of dynamic speakers to include Marcus J. Ranum, Walter Barr, Sean Morrissey. Please be sure to mark your calendars and tell your friends!

Topics will include:

Marcus J. Ranum - Cyber War is B!)*&#!

There has been a great deal of irresponsible and inaccurate talk about "Cyber War" in the last decade in spite of the fact that it's technologically and militarily impractical. Its counterpart, "Cyber Espionage" makes a bit more sense, and is less mythical but falls under the category of "nothing new." In this presentation we'll look past the hype at the reality of "Cyber War".

Walter Barr & Sean Morrissey - iPhone Forensics

This presentation explains the various ways copy all data off of iPhones and the tools used to view the data. With the increased sales of iPhones across the United States and Europe, the number of iPhones that hold evidence in investigations will increase substantially. These tools include Access Data FTK, Guidance Software EnCase, X-Ways Forensics, Subrosasoft Mac Forensics, Black Bag Technologies Forensic Suite, and Paraben Device Seizure.

Some of the great advancements we in the process of making are:

1. Revamping the website (posting video's, papers, blogs, etc)
2. Looking for topics that are important to you. Please let us know topics that you like to know more about.
3. Roundtable discussions between industry experts

As a community of security professionals we are dedicated to bring you the best and brightest minds in the industry.

7 comments:

  1. For those of us who haven't made it to one of these before, can you post logistics? (like location, time, etc?)

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  3. Doug, the event will take place at Charles I. Ecker Business Training Center, 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia, MD 21046 from 6pm - 9:30pm (EST). -Dustin

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  4. Is there any kind of RSVP or sign-up required? Maybe one or two of us from Richmond will drive up weather permitting - and we would hate to get turned away for not following protocol. :)

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  5. more questions from another newbie:

    - am I correct that there is no signup or registration process?

    - are there refreshments, or do those of us navigating the rush hour traffic to travel from afar have to make our own plans for sustenance? if so, any suggestions for nearby eats?

    THANKS!

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  6. This was a wonderful session! I look forward to many more.

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