THIS WEEKEND!!! WE’VE MADE IT!!! word on the net is they’ve had 400 tickets acquired.
But really you’re hear to see who Wolf Interviewed this week. Wolf and Ray Davidson talk to this weeks guest, Mark Manning. His talk is on Jacking the Juke. What does that mean? Listen and find out, but here’s a hint, Ray’s got a strong background in RF.
Interlock Rochester hackerspace
Thanks for taking the ride with us, A Big Thanks to WOLFGANG for making this happen. Hope to see most of you this weekend. Justin and Chris will be broadcasting a podcast LIVE at some point.
This week Wolf and Leonard talk to Larry McDonald about his workshop. Larry will be putting on the BSidesDetroit Forensics Challenge.
More information on the sold out workshop can be found on it’s Event Bright page.
If you caught the live stream, you’ll know that this is the the first of the career panels. The next one will be after BSides Detroit.
The panelists were:
Elizabeth Martin, Michael (Moey), T, Kizz, and J. Wolfgang Goerlich.
Len Isham was in a bad area, and his connection kept dropping, and we tried to bring in Steven Fox, but there were connection issues.
Lastly, Elizabeth announced the Mock InfoSec Job Board. It’s a way for people to get practice applying and interviewing for InfoSec Jobs.
This week Chris and Wolfgang talk to Dave Kennedy. Normally people only ask him about SET and social engineering. However, while we did talk about those things, we were really interested in his Key Note talk about Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES). It’s about changing the industry.
There were some other fun nuggets in there too:
Dave Kennedy on Twitter
“THE event of the year,” DerbyCon
Michael after a great twitter conversation with Leonard, asked if Justin and Chris would do a podcast. Get a wide audience and record it for future guidance. Of course Chris said yes.
Friday, May 18th, at 21:30 edt we will be hosting a continuation of the Jobs Panel from BSides Chicago.
Guests will be:
Elizabeth Martin, Michael (Moey), T, Kizz, Leonard Isham, and J. Wolfgang Goerlich
Due to travel, Rafal Los who was on the original panel at Bsides Chicago won’t be there.
And it will be a live podcast on the Ustream Channel. So make sure to come join us in the Ustream Chat room, and ask questions of the panel.
Hey very one. It’s that time gain. Time for another update. We’ve been in the editing stages since April when we recorded it. A little over a month ago.
This week, Wolfgang and Chris talk to Mark Lenigan. Mark’s talk is called: Cyberwar: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Fight the F.U.D. It’s a rebuttal to Richard Clark’s Cyberwar: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It. Mark had some very insightful things to say.
From there, Mark talked about the other thing he’s doing for Bsides Detroit. He’s planning a Range Trip for Friday morning. Security Geeks with Guns. He talked about letting them know you’re a novice and the rules of the gun he lives by, more strict than the NRAs. Check it out, it’ll be worth the time.
You can follow Mark on twitter, or in the #misec IRC channel.
Mark on Twitter
So after talking with Jen Fox, for episode 018, and learning of The Moscow Rules… Wolfgang and Chris decided to play spy. They found a burlap sack and snuck up behind Scott Thomas.
The next thing he knew, he was in the mobile podcast booth (Wolfgang’s car under the El) outside Bsides-Chicago. Scott is going to tell us about Dealing with InfoSec Flameout. This time it’s not the job that’s burning you out, it’s the studying outside of work while trying to break that InfoSec job mold. This started as a blog post and became larger than he thought.
Scott Thomas can be found (unharmed):
Twitter as Secureholio
While Wolfgang and Chris were at BSides-Chicago,they found Jen Fox an d got her in to a special mobile podcast booth under the El (Wolfgang’s car). Jen’s talk is on The Moscow Rules and how we should apply those rules to our work in InfoSec.
What are The Moscow rules, you’ll have to listen and find out.
You can follow Jen below:
Shining Wave Consulting