Cork|Sec 67

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An Spailpin Fanach

27-29 South Main St. · Cork

How to find us

o Meeting takes place upstairs in An Spailpin Fanach. If you can't find your way up, just ask at the main bar

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Details

Running for nearly 5 years, every month we have 2 talks focused on Security or Technology - followed by socialising with like minded people – and you can find out exactly what to expect on the About Us section of our Meetup page. Past talk details are on our wiki on http://corksec.com/. All people with any sort of an interest or level of knowledge in Security, Hacking and Emerging Technology are more than welcome to attend and feel free to bring like minded colleagues and friends.
Our talks come from our community so if you have an idea for a topic (anything for 10-60 minutes) please email us at [masked] . Whether you are an experienced presenter, or presenting for your first time - CorkSec is a great venue for it - and we are happy to help you prepare and mentor you.

Doors open at 19:00 with talks starting at 19:15.

Talk 1: Cloning around - Will Knott of Tyndall Makerdojo.ie
RFID, NFC, those swipe cards are very useful to give you access to places. And to copy. We'll take a look at the cheapest options to play with.

Talk 2 : "Protecting outside the box - the things you likely are not secured against" - Robert McArdle

Today we live in a wonderful world, where we put multiple layers of defence around our data - which all resides in one place, on devices we have complete control over. As a result defending against attackers has never been easier, and the worldwide security job market is expected to dry up completely by 2020.

"Amazing. Every word of what you just said ... was wrong" - Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight, 34 ABY

In this talk I'll catalog several different attack scenarios based on Trend Micro's research projects. All of these will fit outside the normal ones you are likely setup pretty well to defend against - and show why there will always be novel ways for attackers to defeat defences because ... Humans.