ISSA-LV Quarterly meeting - Other soldiers play war games. Why not cyber warriors?
If you are in Las Vegas during Black Hat, you are invited to lunch and hands-on training presented by the ISSA Las Vegas Chapter and the Arizona Cyber Warfare Range (AZCWR). Register Now!
When: August 2, 2016 (Black Hat Registration Day)
11:30a-1:00pm – lunch and presentations, 1:00pm-4:00pm - training
Where: SWITCH InNEVation Center, 6795 Edmond Street, 3rd Floor, Las Vegas, NV 89118 Innevation, powered by Switch
The Las Vegas ISSA Chapter is proud to announce we will hold a joint lunch meeting/training day with the Phoenix ISSA Chapter-sponsored Arizona Cyber Warfare Range on August 2, 2016, from 11:30am-4:00pm, with lunch and presentations from 11:30am-1:00pm.
The event will include presentations by Rich Larkins (ISSA Phx), Frank Grimmelmann (ACTRA) and Brett L. Scott (AZCWR) in addition to hands-on hacking exercises using the AZCWR Mobile Impression Lab.
The Arizona Cyber Warfare Range (AZCWR) is a non-profit organization that hosts a 24×7 live fire cyber warfare range available for use by the public to develop a continuous improvement process for cyber warfare and security. Areas of focus include computer network attack, defense, and digital forensics. The AZCWR hosts live fire exercises for beginners through real world operations, with ranges to match the skill levels and education of students, with capability for upward progression into the real world of cyber warfare. If you are interested in finding out more about the AZCWR, including how to join and develop your skills, please visit http://azcwr.org
A special thanks to AZCWR for the donation of their time and knowledge, and to the InNevation Center for the donation of the meeting space and continued support.
We hope to see you there for a great afternoon of networking with your peers, learning, and network hacking!
There will be a very limited number of workstations set up for hands-on exercises. If you want to participate using your own system, please be prepared with Kali 2.0 in a virtualized or disposable environment before the meeting.
Hardware: Minimum - 2 cores and 4GB RAM. Recommended - At least an i3 or i5 level system with 8GB of RAM
Networking: Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 interface (wireless may be available, but will be much slower)
OS: Any OS capable of running FireFox and Kali 2.0 in a virtual environment such as Oracle VirtualBox (Win or Linux) or Parallels for Mac.
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