Southern California HTCIA October Meeting!

SoCal HTCIA is proud to offer a midday gathering on October 23, 2014 at Cal Poly Pomona. Attend one session or attend them all!
10:30am – 11:30am – Room: Ursa Major
Securing the Cyber World Starts with You
Presented by Dennis S. London of London Security Solutions.
The basics of cyber security are things we’ve all been told over and over again, but how many people are actually listening and following basic security practices? During this presentation you will hear why we, the security professionals, need you to truly understand, help and hopefully learn how to secure our part of the cyber planet. Participants will have the chance to win a McAfee Backpack.
10:30am – 11:30am – Room: Andromeda
Social Media Crumbs

Presented by Howard Williamson of X1.

Have you had an investigation or discovery matter that required you to collect and review data from Social Networks such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, or Facebook? What about socially based websites like YouTube, 4Chan or Reddit? As social media becomes an increasing component of modern life so to will its roll in investigations and eDiscovery. This lecture will focus on the methodologies, best practices and nuances of properly collecting data from the internet’s most popular social networks. Current and noteworthy events will provide the basis of use case scenarios and differences between social media as a data source for intelligence gathering and social media collection for courtroom use will be discussed. Come out and participate for a chance to win a Starbucks Gift Card.
10:30am – 11:30am – Room: Ursa Major
Hands-On Hacking (Session 1)
Presented by Jerry Craft from Nth Generation.

The WiFi Pineapple Mark V is the latest generation wireless network auditing tool from Hak5. With it’s custom, purpose-built hardware and software, the WiFi Pineapple enables users to quickly and easily deploy advanced attacks using its intuitive web interface.  Come and get your hands dirty and participate, or just come and watch how easily you can be attacked.

12:00pm – 1:00pm – Room: Ursa Major

Five Focus Areas of Incident Response
Presented by Israel Perez from Cylance.

This session will cover the Cylance technology and approach along with the key areas that are the focus of incident response engagements, associated with an intrusion. Participants will have the chance to win a McAfee Backpack.
12:00pm – 1:00pm – Room: Andromeda

Mobile application hacking is a new area for security practitioners prize
Presented by Jason Haddix from HP

Mobile application hacking is a new area for security practitioners. It combines both traditional web application assessment skills, forensics knowledge, binary analysis, and in some cases reverse engineering techniques. Join Jason as he goes over the tools and techniques used, resources for newcomers, stories from the field, and more! One lucky participant will win a pair of Spy Sunglasses.
12:00pm – 1:00pm – Room: Ursa Major
Hands-On Hacking (Session 2)

Presented by Jerry Craft from Nth Generation.

The WiFi Pineapple Mark V is the latest generation wireless network auditing tool from Hak5. With it’s custom, purpose-built hardware and software, the WiFi Pineapple enables users to quickly and easily deploy advanced attacks using its intuitive web interface.  Come and get your hands dirty and participate, or just come and watch how easily you can be attacked.
1:00pm – 2:00pm – Room: Andromeda
Red Hat Linux (Tentative)
Cost: Free, but parking is $6.00

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