November 1, 2012: Hacking Techniques

November 1, 2012: Hacking Techniques

Supported by RightSystems

Overview Brady Bloxham will present on advanced hacking techniques and mitigation factors.

Speaker:Brady Bloxham is president and owner of Silent Break Security, providing advanced penetration testing and information security consulting services. In his spare time, Brady is also an adjunct professor teaching Telecommunications and Computer Security at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business (DESB). He received a BS in Information Systems from the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University. He also received a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Information Assurance from Idaho State University. Brady has worked for KPMG LLP, in the banking industry, and most recently for the Department of Defense. Brady stays current in the information security field by presenting at various conferences, building custom offensive security tools, and maintaining the pwnOS project.

Location Monthly meetings are held from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM MST at the StoneHouse, unless otherwise stated: 665 Park Boulevard  Boise, ID 83712  The StoneHouse is located at 665 Park Blvd., next to the Ram, near the intersection of Broadway Ave. and Park Blvd.

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