Past Meetup

The Many Hats Club Meetup London @ Camelot: with 4 great speakers, pizza etc

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Camelot Global

Brettenham House, Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN · London

How to find us

Near Waterloo Bridge, Temple St and Charring Cross/Embankment. There will be an entrance marked for entry to the building. Instructions nearer the time.

Location image of event venue

Details

So on October 23rd circa 18:30, The Many Hats Club will be hosting our Second London meet up, at Camelot.

This month we are having a competition to make the best meme of Stu, prize for the best one (see image).

Our host Meadow will introduce you to the wonderful community that is The Many Hats Club, where we will have beer (soft drinks also), Pizza and 4 amazing speakers. As part of our effort to champion new talent every meetup will have a noob half hour.

Intro by Meadow - The Many Hats Club

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@JayHarris_Sec Talk: Software Defined Radio - Attacking wireless communication with low cost SDR.

This talk looks at the security issues associated with the type of low power wireless network technology frequently used in Internet of Things products.

Jay describe the way in which software defined radio can be used to analyse and exploit weaknesses in radio products that make no attempt to protect the over the air data.

​The talk demos reverse engineering a wireless door bell using SDR and performing replay attacks with a HackRF and a YARD Stick one.

Bio: Founder, pen tester and researcher @DI_Security. Runs @mcrgreyhats. #DevSecOps #radio #mobile #reversing #hardware.

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@___Sh4rk___ (Sharka) Talk: The Pirate Queen’s Techniques to Social Engineer Her Targets (and how you can do it too)

You can have great firewalls, IPS/IDS, have your perimeter locked down, your web applications secured but it doesn't stand a chance against social engineering tactics of Grace O'Malley, Sharka's social engineering alter ego and pirate queen from 16th century!

Sharka will describe how to use knowledge of facial expressions, body language, Chinese medicine, the whole psychology behind influence and persuasion and how to manipulate targets into believing her pretext and comply with her (evil) plans.

She will also explain what are some of the behaviours and pretexts to avoid and will step over to the defensive side as well and explain how to defend against the attacks she described.

Bio: Pentester•SE/ Physical Sec•Bug bounty•OWASP Manchester Board•@dc11331 Co-Founder • @BSidesAth ambassador • @mazutech • kendōka •Interested in ICS/SCADA research

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Talk by David Boda and Francesco Cipollone (@FrankSEC42) from Camelot.

Title: Role of Security architecture in DEV(SEC)OPS
Subtitle: What is the role of a security architect in a DEV(SEC)OPS - cloud word?

The talk will narrate the evolution (joy and pain) of security architecture in a DEV(SEC)OPS word. The talk will provide some insight from architecture and higher management prospective on the journey of security in a DEV OPS word and cloud with failure, success and real world examples.

Bio David Boda: David has been working in cyber security for over ten years, and is the Head of Information Security for Camelot.

Bio Francesco Cipollone: Francesco is a Cloud Security Architect with several years of experience in the Cyber security landscape. Experienced in Cloud, LAN and WAN architectures as well as data centre scenarios. He a co-author of many publications and books. He currently works at Cameot.

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Closing remarks - Stu (CyberSecStu)