Nov 27 – 2019 Blackhat/Defcon/Derbycon Conferences in Review

Location: Berry Room, Nutter Center

Date/Time: Nov 27, 2019 / 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(Registration begins at 2:30)

The November 27 meeting will be our annual recap of the 2019 Blackhat Defcon Conference held in Las Vegas and the 2019 DerbyCon held in Louisville. Our presenter will be Tim Lange from the American Financial Group, and his topics will include:

  • Blackhat / Defcon / DerbyCon 2019 high level
  • Exploiting Wireless LAN
  • Missiles for Malware: Responding to hardware attacks with software
  • PWND by Text Messages
  • Cyber Insurance 101
  • Biometric Authentication – Liveness detection hacking
  • Vulnerabilities in popular classroom applications
  • What did the Wifi Cactus find over the past 3 years?
  • More car hacking
  • More Social Engineering
  • Battle over Cryptography – Vetting the presenters…

Tim Lange is the Director of Information Security, focusing on Identity and Access Management and Application Security at American Financial Group in Cincinnati, OH. He has been with AFG for 3 years. Prior to AFG, Tim was an Account Delivery Manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise for one of their largest private sector customers focusing on managing all security services and solutions including cyber security, IAM, Audit and Compliance, Incident Response, as well as application security. Tim has a Masters degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Louisville. He has 14+ years of experience leading teams in IT Security and 22+ years overall experience in IT designing, implementing, and managing delivery of end-to-end complex enterprise solutions in a wide variety of areas including security, middleware, and collaboration.

We trust that members and guests have had access to great speakers/topics
throughout these many years. For many, earning CPEs through attendance to our
meetings is an extra perk. All of this has historically been offered at no cost
to our members and guests. However, as our chapter continues to move forward,
we have operational costs that need to be paid for to continue our chapter. If
you find value in your Dayton Infragard chapter and the information offered, we
would ask that you consider a donation ($5 -$10-$20) to help keep us going. We
are a 501(c)(3) organization, so any donations you make are tax deductible. We
are going to also post major sponsor’s logos on our website. We especially hope
those receiving our 2 hour CPE certificate will consider a donation.