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February 2019

(ISC)² Austin February Meeting: Internet Safety for Kids and Families

February 11 @ 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Indeed.com Office, 6433 Champion Grandview Way Building One, Austin, TX 78750
Austin, TX 78750 US
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Join us for a presentation on Internet Safety for Kids and Families, presented by Ron Russak and Trend Micro. Ron's presentation will cover how children and their parents can keep their families safe online. The presentation is open for children and parents alike, no prior security experience required tonight. There will be ice cream for dessert. Ron Russak has over 30 years of IT experience working with accounting firm KPMG, as well as Dell, SonicWALL, Imperva and TippingPoint, both under…

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OWASP Austin Chapter Monthly Meeting – February 2019

February 26 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
National Instruments, 11500 North Mopac Expressway, Building C, Austin, TX 78759
Austin, TX 78759 US
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Angular for AppSec Professionals One of the most popular web frameworks is Angular. While you don't need to become an expert in new JavaScript frameworks to be able to conduct successful assessments of Angular applications, knowing the fundamentals and building blocks of that framework can definitely give you an advantage during the initial phases of an application security assessment. This talk aims to introduce application security professionals to the basics of AngularJS and Angular applications from a security standpoint. We…

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March 2019

Capitol of Texas ISSA March 2019 Chapter Meeting

March 20 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Norris Conference Center, 2525 W Anderson Ln #365, Austin, TX 78757
Austin, TX 78757 US
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  Segmentation Made Simple   Learn how the industry is moving from 'address defined networking' to 'identity defined networking' and using provable machine identities instead of spoofable IP addresses. Understand how segmentation through zero-trust networking cloaks your network while simplifying your environment. Learn about the Host Identity Protocol (HIP) that combines the powerful attributes of three different protocols (VXLAN, LISP and IPsec) into one -while eliminating their complexity and limitations. INTENDED AUDIENCE(S): IT Director, Network Architect, Security Architect, Enterprise Architect,…

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Effective Security Leader Training: A Business-Driven Approach with Practical Management Techniques

March 26 @ 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
J. J. Pickle Research Campus, The University of Texas at Austin, North Burnet, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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Trainer: Philip Byer Being an effective security leader is a challenging prospect. As demand for security professionals increases, technical contributors find themselves thrust into management and leadership positions. Often these contributors feel poorly equipped for their new roles. Unfortunately, they grapple for answers, resources, and support in a haphazard way, lacking clarity or effective practices. This training outlines a method of practice which produces professional value over time. It addresses the differences between technical contribution and management, and between management…

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Bug Hunting

March 26 @ 9:00 AM - March 27 @ 5:00 PM
J. J. Pickle Research Campus, The University of Texas at Austin, North Burnet, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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Trainers: Zef Cekaj and Jason Randall This two-day course covers a real audit and discovery of vulnerabilities in enterprise software. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how CVEs are made or would just like to participate in a guided group audit of an enterprise application, this is your class. We will cover basic reverse engineering and debugging, some scripting, a few pro tips, and next steps. More information can be found at: https://bsidesaustin.com/bsides-austin-2019-training-days/

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Malware Traffic Analysis Workshop

March 26 @ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
J. J. Pickle Research Campus, The University of Texas at Austin, North Burnet, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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Trainer: Brad Duncan This one-day workshop provides a foundation for investigating pcaps of malicious network traffic. We begin with basic investigation concepts, setting up Wireshark, and identifying hosts or users in network traffic. Participants then learn characteristics of malware infections and other suspicious network traffic. The workshop covers techniques for determining the root cause of an infection and false-positive alerts. We conclude with an evaluation designed to give participants experience in writing an incident report. You can find more information…

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Parsing Logs via ELK

March 26 @ 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
J. J. Pickle Research Campus, The University of Texas at Austin, North Burnet, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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Trainer: Mark McLauchlin ELK is an powerful open source search application. Often overlooked is the parsing functionality it can provide to enrich security event log data. This hands-on training will go over the ELK stack including installation and configuration of Filebeat, Logstash, Elasticsearch, and Kibana along with some best practices. A good portion of the time will be parsing log events with Logstash. Logstash is referred to as the Swiss army knife for log parsing and deservedly so. It has…

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MWR Playground Labs

March 27 @ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
J. J. Pickle Research Campus, The University of Texas at Austin, North Burnet, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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Trainer: Cale Black MWR will be giving participants access to their cloud-based training labs: The Playground. These challenges will help equip security professionals (both defensive and offensive) with the expertise to defend their network and applications by better understanding how they are attacked and exploited.  The two Playground challenges are listed below. Active Directory Hacking: This lab will walk you through a full compromise of an Active Directory environment. This will involve utilizing the following skills: Delivery and execution of…

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Incident Response with Volatility Framework

March 27 @ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
J. J. Pickle Research Campus, The University of Texas at Austin, North Burnet, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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Trainer: Evan Wagner What is Volatility Framework Supported Formats Profiles / Debug Symbols / PDBs Operating Systems and Builds Plugins Concepts Availability Github Repository Distro Packages Rekall Fork Why use Volatility Considerations and experiences from in the field How to Capture Memory Physical Memory Hibernation Files Page/Swap Space Virtual Machine Snapshots and VMEM Converting VMWare Suspend Snapshot into memory dump Crashdumps Space considerations Using pmem tool Working with Image Formats What is compatible and what is not AFF4 format Extracting…

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BSides Austin 2019: 3/28 – 3/29

March 28 @ 9:00 AM - March 29 @ 5:00 PM
JJ Pickle Research Center, 10100 Burnet Road Bldg 137, Austin, TX 78758
Austin, TX 78758 US
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BSides Austin is a volunteer-run information security unconference. Our programming focuses on high-quality content, and our smaller, more intimate networking atmosphere fosters strong audience participation and overall group interaction. NOTE: The venue does not allow us to take payment of any kind onsite, so walkons will not be possible. Please do not come without purchasing a ticket in advance. We will have to turn you away. Sorry.  More information is at: http://bsidesaustin.com

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