What we're about

The Seattle CyberSecurity group (SCS) is for anyone interested in learning about latest Cyber Threats, Cyber Threat Intelligence, CyberSecurity opportunities, CyberSecurity start-ups, gaining knowledge in new and emerging CyberSecurity attacks and solutions, best practices, CyberSecurity education, etc. If you are looking for networking, security solutions, reliable CyberSecurity firms that can help with your security needs, or considering a career in CyberSecurity then, this is a group you want to be. All skill levels are welcome.

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Code of Conduct ( https://goo.gl/5FJU4C )

If you're interested in hosting an event, sponsoring us or give a security talk/training, please visit us at https://csnp.org/support

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Meetup Organizers on LinkedIn, Slack Channel or on the Meetup site.

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Upcoming events (1)

Anatomy of Cyber Attacks

Online event

Abstract As more companies and government agencies are becoming cyber dependent, the outbreak of malware attacks and their sophistication are growing exponentially. This presentation will showcase live demonstrations of multiple malware threat vectors and provide sobering examples of the ease at which attackers can compromise your data. Hosting Chapter Dallas Speaker Tom Ervin Speaker Bio Tom Ervin has been supporting the FBI with cyber forensics analysis for the past twenty years. He specializes in computer intrusions and the dissection of computer viruses and worms. In 2000, Tom helped establish the FBI's first malicious code laboratory at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. He has been working at the San Antonio Division since 2010, supporting the Cyber Squad on criminal and national security investigations. Tom is also an adjunct professor at UTSA in Digital Forensics and holds BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering. RSVP here https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_geHNZNwURPySXDlPXcslQw

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