[Owasp-Houston] UPDATED new, even cooler presentation for October's chapter meeting
joseph.konieczka at owasp.org
Fri Sep 23 14:21:53 UTC 2016
Gordon just reached out to me and told me about how he would like to update
this topic with something even more exciting. He is going to present a
Murder Mystery style discussion to uncover who is killing your InfoSec
You won't want to miss this compelling presentation. We hope to see you
there. The EventBrite and OWASP Chapter pages have been updated with the
new title and abstract.
Please share with your friends and colleagues.
OWASP Houston October Chapter Meeting
Monday October 17, 2016 at 6:30PM
Title: Murder Mystery – Who is Killing your Information Security Program
Speaker: Gordon MacKay
Integrating vulnerability scanning results into one’s security ecosystem
involves a serious hidden challenge which results in heinous consequences,
thereby killing your InfoSec program. This session shares clues on this
challenge, step by step, in the form of a murder mystery game, and
ultimately reveals the culprit as well as strategies to overcome it. Come
participate, play, and interact! Try to guess “who-dunnit,” and learn how
to avoid future similar InfoSec crimes.
Gordon MacKay, CISSP and Software/Systems Guru with a dash of security
hacking,serves as CTO for Digital Defense, Inc. He applies mathematical
modeling and engineering principles in investigating solutions to many of
the challenges within the information security space. His solution to
matching network discovered hosts within independent vulnerability
assessments across time resulted in achieving patent-pending status for the
company’s scanning technology. MacKay has presented at numerous security
related conferences, including Bsides Austin 2016, BSides San Antonio 2016,
BSides Dallas 2015, RSA 2013, ISC2 San Antonio, ISSA Houston, ISACA San
Antonio, and has been featured by top media outlets such as CIO Review, FOX
Business, Fox News, Softpedia, IT World Canada and others. He holds a
Bachelor's in Computer Engineering from McGill University. He is a
Distinguished Ponemon Institute Fellow.
Building security requires the list of attendees with their full names by
the Friday prior to the meeting, so please signup by the Thursday before
Please use the following Eventbrite link to register for the meeting.
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