Mon, 2011-12-12 11:00
Date: Monday, December 12, 2011
Time: 2:00 - 4:30
Location: Webster University in St. Louis
Room: Large conference room in the Emerson library (101 Edgar Road)
Parking: Garden street parking garage (568 Garden Avenue)
Two speakers will be followed by discussion of future plans for our chapter of InfraGard, request for additional volunteers and board members, and we will end with an open roundtable discussion.
The conference room will hold about 50 people so please RSVP To Jamie Myrick at James.Myrick@infragard.org .
Speaker & Topic: Jerry W. Gamblin, Security Specialist, Missouri House of Representatives, "What We Can (and Should) Learn from LulzSec"
FBI Speaker & Topic: SA Bill Dorsey, Weapons of Mass Destruction Coordinator will cover WMD response and WMD issues for the St. Louis Region.
Presentation Overview: LulzSec didn’t invent hacktivism, but its small crew of hackers whose motto is “Laughing at your security since 2011!” merrily sailed the cyber-seas for 50 days of mayhem that became one of the biggest tech stories of 2011. LulzSec caused (and is still causing) sleepless nights for security professionals around the world. Jerry Gamblin will discuss what they did, how they did it, and how we should have been able to stop them.
Jerry Gamblin has been the Network Security Specialist for the Missouri House of Representatives since 2005. He manages the Missouri House of Representatives security program and speaks regularly to security groups around the country about network security and security awareness issues. He was a featured speaker at the CyberCrime 2011 Symposium in New Hampshire, and he organized a Security B-Sides conference which was held this Fall at the Missouri Capitol.
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