October's SecKC Meeting
WHEN: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (CST)
WHERE: Kanza Hall - 7300 W 119th St. Overland Park, KS 66213
6:00:* 101 — Intro to SecKC
6:30:* News & Jobs
SecKC Lock Pick Open
You do not need to be an expert to play, just a desire to mash some pins and see how well you do. We recommend bringing your own picking tools if you have them. If you're interested in playing, sign up here.
- Open many locks as you can in 5 minutes.
- Time will be tracked at each lock opening, in case there is a tie in number of locks completed.
- Event runs continuously from ~5:30-~8:45.
- We have quite a few entries, so don't wait until too late, or you may not get a chance to play.
- People who pre-register get priority, otherwise walk-ups are welcome.
- You can only play/compete once.
- Don't break the locks.
7:00-7:15* hping - @rixon
Tool talks are back, thanks to rixon!
7:30-7:45* Out of the Frying Pan (and Into Another Completely Different, but no Less Hot, Frying Pan) - Aaron Scantlin - @sysaaron
This is a brief talk that revolves around a particularly interesting incident response event that occurred at the University of Missouri toward the end of May. We will discuss how the event began, the IR process, the resolution, and the major takeaways from the whole event.
8:00-8:45* Seeing Red: Improving Blue Teams Through Red Teaming - Dave Hull - @davehull
This talk is about red teaming, why you should add it to your security program, what it is and what it isn't. The speaker will share some highlights and lessons learned from his own experiences gained during "force on force" engagements in Microsoft's Office 365 and share some practical insights for trying to make it work in other organizations.