Sunday, July 26, 2009

Saecur DojoSec June 2009 - Eoghan Casey, cmdLabs

Eoghan Casey of cmdLabs presented a talk on the Mobile Phone Forensics. This talk highlighted some new methods of extracting data which in many cases would have been considered loss. Saecur DojoSec is sponsored by Tenable Network SecuritySourcefire, and TechGuard Security.

Saecur DojoSec June 2009 - Joe Klein, Command Information

IPv6 guru, Joe Klein of Command Information gives a talk on the already present dangers of IPv6. Saecur DojoSec is sponsored by Tenable Network SecuritySourcefire, and TechGuard Security.

Saecur DojoSec June 2009 - Richard Goldberg, Esq.

Programmer turned lawyer Richard Goldberg, Esq gives a great talk about the legal ramifications of doing information security work. Saecur DojoSec is sponsored by Tenable Network Security, Sourcefire, and TechGuard Security.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Saecur DojoSec June 2009 - Alain Zidouemba, Sourcefire

Alain Zidouemba from Sourcefire VRT delivers an interesting talk on writing custom Anti-Virus signatures using ClamAV. Saecur DojoSec is sponsored by Tenable Network Security, Sourcefire, and TechGuard Security.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Jayson E. Street Interview - Who's Hacking America?

Jayson E. Street handled this interview like a true Information Security Professional should. It reminded me of Dragnet, "Just the facts!". No exaggerations and he ended up being correct. I've seen many people jump the gun and pointing fingers before all the details are known. Kudos to Jayson for keeping a level head.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Great Event: Communicating the Value of Security

You are invited to transform you career and learn how to communicate the value of security. Michael Santarcangelo, an innovator in the field of security, author and professional speaker – you’ve seen him speak — blends his unique and powerful experiences into an innovative seminar that rapidly transforms how participants communicate the value of security (especially to those without a technical background).

During this special preview of the Security Catalyst – Communicating the Value of Security Seminar – combined with an afternoon for the family (think: pool party), BBQ (provided courtesy of Cauldron) and then an afternoon evening of “campfire conversations” to explore whatever topics make sense to those of us there, as a families.

Saturday, July 25, starting at 10AM - George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia

To learn more and sign up now: http://www.securitycatalyst.com/cvs-seminar-preview/