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July Meeting

Topic:  “WTF – the WAF Testing Framework.”

Speaker: Paul Elston, Senior Security Strategist at Imperva

Paul Elston is a 10 year veteran of the Information Security Industy.  Paul’s extensive experience includes Professional Services, Consulting, and IT Security Management.  Paul’s background spans network security (routing, switching, and firewalls); application security (Web and SAP BASIS, ABAP, and GRC Toolset); and Database Security (MS SQL and Oracle).  Paul’s current focus is on securing business data both structured and unstructured.

 

Topic: This talk is designed to give a bit of insight into working with malware and how to reverse engineer samples. The talk will also go into writing malware to help get the researcher in the mind of the malware developers.

Speaker: Tony Huffman, Senior Research Engineer at Tenable Security

Tony Huffman (@myne_us) is a Sr. Reverse Engineer at Tenable Network Security where he spends most his time working on the research for the Nessus product. He has a primary focus in the malware and exploitation section of security where he investigates some of the latest threats and techniques and writing and maintaining a malware code library for fun. When he not working on computers he enjoys being a dad and reading about physics.

 

Food, drink and location provided by Fishnet

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  • Michael V.

    3.5; The communication mixup with the second speaker made his presentation a bit less effective, but he improvised as well as could be expected for such a complex, highly technical topic.

    July 26, 2013

  • Tyler H.

    Great! Thanks

    July 25, 2013

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