Upcoming Meetings

Date: Thursday June 27, 2013
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Washington University in St. Louis
Room: Danforth University Center (DUC) Room 276
Parking: There is an underground parking garage next to the DUC

The conference room will hold 90 people so please RSVP To Brian Allen at brianallen@wustl.edu.

Details of the location are at the following link, or search for Danforth University Center on Google Maps:
Campus Map Overview: www.wustl.edu/community/visitors/maps/

Introductions, announcements, and InfraGard election news

Topic 1: The FBI and Credit Card Breaches Speaker 1: Special Agent Ashley Frazer

Topic 2: A cyber-security, defense-in-depth model built using lessons from US operations in Afghanistan Speaker 2: Maj. Joseph Meister, Detachment Commander, 239th Combat Communications Squadron, MO Air National Guard

Topic 3: WUSTL Alerts and the Emergency Communication System Speaker 3: Matt Arthur, Director of Incident Communications Solutions at Washington University

Topic 4: Incident Response and Tips on Building a CSIRT Speaker 4: Joe Malec, Senior Security Analyst - IS Risk Management at Edward Jones

Networking and refreshments provided by Working Security Inc.


How State Sponsored Hackers Use Your Social Network Profile

Date: Thursday March 28, 2013
Time: 2:00-4:00pm
Location: Washington University in St. Louis
Room: Danforth University Center (DUC) Room 276
Parking: There is an underground parking garage next to the DUC
The conference room will hold 90 people so please RSVP To Michael L. Holbrook at michael.l.holbrook@infragard.org

Speaker: Detective Brian Mize

Subject Matter: The exposure of your personal and professional information on the Internet presents a target rich environment for state sponsored hackers seeking to gain access to your computer network. This presentation will explore real-world examples of the creation and delivery of malware to your computer systems using intelligence gathered through information found on the World Wide Web. In addition, we will profile and categorize the various hacker groups and their motivations to better understand the adversaries working against us.

Recent Meetings
Date: Thursday December 6, 2012
Time: 2:30-4:30pm
Location: Washington University in St. Louis
Speaker: Assistant US Attorney, John Bodenhausen
Presentation Overview: Federal computer crime
Speaker: Det. Andrew P. Hrenak
Presentation Overview: Phone and Tablet Forensics

Date: Wednesday September 12, 2012
Time: 8:00-9:15am
Location: America's Center at the SecureWorld Expo
FBI Speaker: Special Agent Jane Marie Domboski from New Haven, CT.
Presentation Overview: A case study of the FBI Operation Adeona which took down the Coreflood botnet.

Date: Monday June 25, 2012
Time: 2:00-5:00
Location: Washington University in St. Louis

Speaker & Topic: Dave Chronister, Founder of Parameter Security, "Trojans: The Forgotten Enemy"
FBI Speaker & Topic: Agent Joe Papes will cover travel security

Date: March 12, 2012
Location: Edward Jones
Speaker: SSA Doug Dvorak, program manager for InfraGard,
Topic: Current issues and goals for InfraGard at the national level
Speaker: Steven Young, Motorola.
Topic: Current and future wireless network threats and vulnerabilities

December 12, 2011, Jerry W. Gamblin, Security Specialist, Missouri House of Representatives, "What We Can (and Should) Learn from LulzSec"; SA Bill Dorsey, Weapons of Mass Destruction Coordinator will cover WMD response and WMD issues for the St. Louis Region.

Date: September 8, 2011
Location: Washington University.
Speaker: Betsy Woudenberg, a former operations officer for the CIA and a recognized Intelligence Community expert
Topic: "Deconstructing Stuxnet"
Speaker: Brian Allen, Network Security Analyst at Washington University
Topic: Using the Passive Network Appliance (PNA) developed at Washington University

April 12, 2011, Task Force Officer Brian Mize discussed "Advanced Persistent Threat" (APT) - and how the FBI addresses this issue. An open round table discussion followed in addition to a brief overview of Infragard for our guests.

Dec 9, 2010, Cory Bys, Senior Information Security Administrator, First Services, L.P., spoke about several concepts to improve security controls. Tim Brooks, Chief Information Officer, St. Louis University, spoke about security for higher education.

Oct 28, 2010, Bill Reichmuth, Senior Director of Security for Centene Corporation spoke about Workplace Violence. Brian Mize, Detective, Chesterfield Police Department,spoke about the RCCEEG Cyber Task Force, their mission and capabilities.

Jul 23, 2010, Washington University. Brian Allen, Network Security Analyst, spoke about security tools, malware prevention, removal and reporting. FBI speaker Joe Papes spoke about economic espionage.

April 29, 2010, Hilton at the Ballpark, Downtown St. Louis. Joshua Brown, Senior VP, MIS, Fleishman Hillard, and SANS mentor spoke about Windows Security, data encryption, password policies, and protecting vital accounts.

Dec 3, 2009, Jefferson Barracks Theater. Rich Kreiger, Auditor with Anders, Minkler & Diehl LLP, CPAs & Consultants spoke about Corporate Fraud and their role as it relates to these incidents.

Supervisory Special Agent/Chief Security Officer Dennis Rice spoke on the topic of physical and information security.

Sept 3, 2009, St. Charles County Ambulance District. Johnny Amos, Fraud Investigator for Commerce Bank, spoke on the topic of bank robberies and related security measures. Special Agent David Rizi spoke about bank fraud and cyber threats.