Please join us for another iteration of NCC Group Open Forum, this time we're meeting in OC! Hosted at Karl Strauss in Costa Mesa, this event will bring together experts and aficionados of all things security-related to meet with their peers and help build ties within the local community. The evening will feature three distinct talks on information security, food and beverages, and great conversation. Please RSVP since spots are limited!
DATE: Wednesday, June 6, 2018
LOCATION: Karl Strauss Brewing Company, 901 S Coast Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
RSVP via https://www.meetup.com/NCC-Group-Open-Forum-Los-Angeles/ if you wish to attend!
***food and beverage provided, bring valid ID for beer/wine***
SPEAKER: Sean McAllister / Cytense Inc.
PRESO TITLE: FRIDA
SPEAKER BIO: Sean McAllister has been involved in the Infosec/hacking world for the last 15 years, and has worked for both the private and public sector as an application security consultant and reasearcher. He is currently a Managing Partner at Cytense Inc. and organizer of ShellCon (https://shellcon.io/).
SPEAKER: Jake Heath / NCC Group
PRESO TITLE: Tracing User Input Through JS is for Tools
SPEAKER BIO: Jake Heath is a penetration tester with NCC Group, familiar with performing web application, network, and hardware penetration tests.
SPEAKER: Daniel Rice / Sagewise
PRESO TITLE: When Smart Contracts Are Not Smart
PRESO SUMMARY: When smart contracts go wrong. A deep dive into the security and issues around cryptocurrency, blockchains, and smart contracts.
SPEAKER BIO: Daniel Rice is the co-founder and chief technology officer of Sagewise. Sagewise builds tools that act as a safety net for smart contracts. Daniel is a veteran software engineer and team leader with expertise in blockchain and finance. Daniel’s previous role was as CTO for Totum Risk which provides portfolio analytics software. Totum was selected for YNext incubator in 2016, which was awarded “top accelerator” honors by Finance Magazine. Daniel has helped launch over 20 products, and as an entrepreneur his personal apps have been downloaded over 5 million times.
About the NCC Group Security Open Forum
The NCC Group Security Open Forum is an informal and open venue for the discussion and presentation of security related research and tools, and an opportunity for security researchers from all fields to get together and share work and ideas.