Black Hat //Webcast 31
Black Hat USA 2011 Preview
// Matt Johansen, Jon McCoy, George Chamales, James Arlen
Here's a sneak peek at some of the presentations for Black Hat USA 2011. Speakers will discuss their work and give you a taste of this year's live event:
Hacking Google Chrome OS
By Matt Johansen is an Application Security Specialist at WhiteHat Security.
Hacking .Net Applications: The Black Arts
By Jon McCoy is a .NET Software Engineer that focuses on security and forensics.
Lives On The Line: Defending Crisis Maps in Libya, Sudan, and Pakistan
By George Chamales, Rouge Genius, LLC
Security When Nano-seconds Count
By James Arlen, CISA, is Principal at Push The Stack Consulting
Matt Johansen is an Application Security Specialist at WhiteHat Security.
Jon McCoy is a .NET Software Engineer that focuses on security and forensics. He has worked on number of Open Source projects ranging from hacking tools to software for paralyzed people. With a deep knowledge of programming under the .NET Framework he has released new attacks on live applications and the .NET Framework itself. He provides consulting to protect .NET applications
George Chamales has spent the last decade working in almost every legal permutation of employer / job the computer security field has to offer. His list of current and former government employers includes DOD, DOE, DHS, and DOI. In the private sector, he's worked as a security architect, member of the Honeynet Project, and corporate pen-tester targeting Fortune 500 companies. He is an active member of the crisis mapping community, where he develops new tools and capabilities, co-founded of the Crisis Mappers Standby Task Force, and has served as the technical lead for numerous deployments including LibyaCrisisMap.net, Pakreport.org, and SudanVoteMonitor.com.
James Arlen, CISA, is Principal at Push The Stack Consulting providing security consulting services to the utility and financial verticals. He has been involved with implementing a practical level of information security in Fortune 500, TSE 100, and major public-sector corporations for more than 15 years. James is also a contributing analyst with Securosis and has a recurring column on Liquidmatrix Security Digest. Best described as:"Infosec geek, hacker, social activist, author, speaker, and parent." His areas of interest include organizational change, social engineering, blinky lights and shiny things
Dan Reis, Director of US Product Marketing with Trend Micro. Dan is part of a team that drives key security technologies utilizing modern cloud technologies and reputation services for more effective monitoring and capturing of global content threats. Mr. Reis has presented at numerous trade shows, forums and customer venues as a thought leader around the globe on a variety of security topics, including cloud, virtualization for server and desktops, endpoint and gateway security as well as other types of technologies to provide companies with the decision information for them to understand how to achieve more effective content protection.
We would like to thank this month's webcast sponsor Trend Micro. Trend Micro Incorporated, a global cloud security leader, creates a world safe for businesses and consumers exchanging digital information. Powered by the Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network™ infrastructure, our industry-leading cloud-computing security technology stops new threats faster, and protects data in physical, virtualized and cloud environments.
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