DojoSec: How to Build a Hyper-Local Security Community
- Marcus Carey, DojoSec
- Thursday, June 18 * 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Do not leave this event to go back to your normal sequestered existence, the information security industry needs you. There are people dying for you to mentor them and the key to success in our industry is the sharing of information. After this event the attendees should go back into the local security communites and lead.
In this talk attendees will learn how Marcus started the most well attended monthly security professional meetup in the country. You will learn how that meetup has gained considerable international buzz in the information security industry. Together with the SANS Institute events, local information security professionals can keep the fire burning throughout the year by going hyper-local.
Marcus J. Carey is passionate about mentoring our current and next generation of security professionals. In Marcus' 15 year information security career, he has worked in Navy Cryptology, at NSA, at DoD Cyber Crime Center, and currently engineers solutions for a federal agency. Marcus created DojoSec to mentor and facilitate knowledge transfer amongst information security professionals. Marcus' skillset includes network exploitation, data forensics, secure network architecture, and log analysis. Marcus earned a Master of Science in Network Security from Capitol College in Laurel, Maryland. Marcus is also a contributor to the PaulDotCom Security Weekly Podcast and Blog.