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HOU.SEC.CON 7.0 - Training Classes (March 22)
Wed, March 22, 2017, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT
Training day for THE Houston area security conference, HOU.SEC.CON 7.0 (March 22, 2017) at Hotel Derek. Traing class tickets do NOT include admission to the conference on March 23.
Class 1: Windows IR and Logging (Instructor: Michael Gough) - Evaluating a Windows based system during an event or incident can be a challenge, many do not know where to begin. An introduction of the basic concepts of Incident Response, and for Windows based systems will be covered. This course will also focus on using LOG-MD, a Windows logging, malware discovery and forensic tool used to investigate a suspect system.
Class 2: Fantastic Bounties and How to Make Them! (Instructor: Jason Haddix) - Responsible disclosure and bounty programs are on everyone's mind these days. They are a true force multiplier in the security assessment space. Despite being powerful, how do you run one? What are the best practices? How do you prepare your infrastructure or engineering teams? How do you interact with researchers? What incentives do you offer? There are a myriad of highly tunable aspects of RD and bounty. Join Jason as he guides you through case studies and learnings from hundreds of successful RD and bug bounties.
Class 3: Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity – Red-Team/Blue-Team Bootcamp (Instructors: Clint Bodungen & Tony Gore) - See through the eyes of the hacker… defend like a pro. This class will introduce students to the same kinds of cyber-attacks that bad guys are currently deploying on industrial control systems, and how to defend against them, in an immersive, hands-on training environment. Students will get hands-on experience with industrial controllers (PLCs), attack tools and techniques, as well as defense tools and techniques. The class is taught in a Red-Team/Blue-Team format, where students take turns attacking and defending industrial infrastructure, which is presented in a combination of physical, real-world devices and an immersive, 3D virtual-reality world. This curriculum is derived from courses being taught at MIT, and is developed by well-known ICS industry professionals Clint Bodungen (Author of “Hacking Exposed: ICS”), Tony Gore (CEO of Red Trident Security), and Joel Langill (SCADAHacker).