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2017


2017

Lesley Carhart, DFIR & OSINT Consultant

Wednesday June 28, 2017 (08:54:58)   (130 Reads)
Lesley Carhart
Can you tell us something about your background and why you decided to work in this field?

Sure. My background is a little unusual. I started coding when I was about seven, and I got my first job as professional programmer when I was 15.   more ...

2017

Edewede Oriwoh, E-Commerce Security Engineering And Independent Cyber-Physical Security Researcher

Tuesday June 27, 2017 (07:19:49)   (283 Reads)
Edewede Oriwoh
Edewede, you spent some time as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Bedfordshire. What was your area of study, and what first sparked your interest in it?

My research involved investigating security threats in Smart Homes (SH) and developing an anomaly detection framework and a presence detection model for Smart Homes. It was clear in the early stages of my research that security was (and this is sometimes the case with major technological developments) not quite prominent in discussions and developments around the IoT. In recognition of the importance of the security within SH, I developed the concept of a Cyber-physically secure “Happy Home” which is a baseline security model in which all the elements in a SH are at their most secure state. These elements are a set of attributes (or features) which can be used to build a “Happy Home” - or the equivalent for any other Cyber-physical environment. Deviations from this baseline can be used to identify anomalies in the overall SH system.   more ...

2017

Cesar Leon, Head Of Support Team, Oxygen Forensics

Thursday June 22, 2017 (09:23:36)   (469 Reads)
Cesar Leon
Cesar, you're Head of the Support Team at Oxygen. Tell us about your role - what does your day-to-day job look like?

Hey! My role right now is to help my team supporting our software to our end users all over the world, to the best of our abilities. Whether that be with helping with technical issues, or commercial issues, I help my team with whatever questions or concerns they need.   more ...

2017

Zuly Gonzalez, Co-Founder And CEO, Light Point Security

Friday June 16, 2017 (09:44:10)   (479 Reads)
Zuly Gonzalez
Zuly, tell us about what kinds of experiences led you to start Light Point security.

My career originally started at the NSA. There I was mostly working on the defensive side, so basically protecting our computer systems and networks from hackers, bad guys coming in and infiltrating us. So it was interesting. I actually started Light Point Security with my co-founder, also former NSA, but he was on the offensive side. So he was the guys that we were protecting our computers from – he did that. He was on the offensive side and attacking other networks.   more ...

2017

Chuck Easttom, Computer Scientist & Consultant

Wednesday June 07, 2017 (08:36:47)   (399 Reads)
Chuck Easttom
Chuck, tell us a bit about yourself. What does a day in your life look like?

Well I stay very busy. I am always working on a new book or paper. I travel all over the world consulting and conducting training on a variety of computer security related topics.

You've recently published a paper on how graph theory can be used to model forensic examinations. What is graph theory?

Graph theory is a part of discrete mathematics and it is used to study the relationship between objects. It has been widely used in network optimization.   more ...