For March we will focus on infosec, cybersecurity, and the dark web. LMG Security will be hosting and we'll hear from two security experts from LMG Security.
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LMG Security Overview And What A Career In Infosec Looks Like - Dan Featherman (CTO, LMG Security)
In this talk Dan (CTO of LMG Security) will give an overview of what exactly LMG Security does and talk about the skills needed to succeed in an infosec career.
How the Dark Web Works - Matt Durrin (Security Consultant, LMG Security)
What makes the dark web so dark? In this talk, we’ll show you how the dark web works, and then explore “carder shops” and other sites where criminals buy and sell your stolen data. Learn about “onion routing,” and see how criminals set up Tor and use it to browse the myriad of offerings. We’ll also show you how much your data is currently worth on the black market, with brand new screenshots of the current shops. Finally, we’ll discuss how the current underground trends relate to the latest threats, and how to protect yourself in the coming year.
Dan Featherman is the Chief Technology Officer and a Senior Security Consultant at LMG Security. He came to LMG in 2014 from Garlington, Lohn and Robinson where he served as Network Administrator and IT Manager for 7 years. Dan graduated with high honors from the University of Montana with a degree in Applied Science. Dan's current certifications include CISSP, GIAC GPEN, CompTIA IT Operations Specialist (CIOS), Secure Infrastructure Specialist (CSIS), A+, Net+, Security+, CCENT, Metasploit Pro Certified Specialist (MPCS), and Nexpose Certified Administrator (NCA). Dan is also a member of the GIAC GPEN advisory board, in addition to the University of Montana Computer Science advisory board, and served several years as the Montana State Representative for the International Legal Technology Association.
Matt Durrin is a Security Consultant with LMG Security and specializes in Digital Forensics, Programming, Development, and Cybersecurity R&D. Matt holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Montana and has worked in the tech sector for over 10 years with experience as a field technician, system administrator, software developer, and more. He recently completed an IoT proof of concept demonstrating that security cameras were vulnerable to cryptojacking attacks and was a co-instructor for LMG's Data Breaches class at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas in 2018.
5:30pm - 6:00pm Doors open. Arrive, grab snacks/drinks.
6:00pm - 6:15pm Introduction and announcements.
6:15pm - 6:30pm LMG Security Overview What A Career In Infosec Looks Like
6:30pm - 7:15pm How the Dark Web Works
7:15pm - 8:00pm Socializing. More snacks.