2nd Annual HackMiami 2014 Hackers Conference in Miami Beach, FL

It’s that time of year again, the 2nd annual HackMiami Conference is approaching, taking place May 9 – 11, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront Hotel on Miami Beach, FL. Last year landed in Rolling Stone, who the hell knows what’s gonna happen this year.

Buy your tickets not before we fill up – https://www.hackmiami.com/buy/

SPEAKERS

Just for starters:

Presentations will be hosted by Dave Marcus, the head of threat intelligence at Intel Security, who will examine the latest trends in bulk malware campaigns, such as infection vectors, methods, and tools. Christopher Elisan, lead malware scientist at EMC RSA Threat Labs will also showcase the latest MacOS trojan infection samples as they relate to ransomware campaigns.

A special presentation by Dave Monnier, the Director of Threat Intelligence and Outreach at Team Cymru will examine the case of hundreds of thousands of compromised routers being used for botnet style DDoS attacks. These particular attacks may have had a potential connection to organized crime groups, and the evidence will be examined and analyzed.

TRAINING

We also got training courses from some of the top people in the industry:

Training courses take place on Friday, May 9, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront Hotel in Miami Beach, FL.

Enterprise Penetration Testing Methods with Rod Soto – Friday – May 9, 2014 – This comprehensive course will go over the tools and methodologies that are used during penetration tests in enterprise network environments. The course will utilize a lab environment for hands on instruction of manual penetration testing methods, as well as training on the use of exploitation frameworks, such as Metasploit.

This course will focus on methodology, processes, tools, and techniques. By the end of the course, the student will have an understanding of the underlying workings of network exploitation, and will have experience in the successful execution of attacks.

The course is perfect for those seeking to enter the information security career field, as well as those seeking to develop the skills and experience needed to succeed as a penetration tester.

The course is taught by Rod Soto, co-founder of HackMiami and creator of the Kommand and Kontroll (K&&K) CTF Hacking Tournament.

https://hackmiami.com/training/enterprise-penetration-testing-methods/

Secure Coding Bootcamp wth Jim Manico – Friday – May 9, 2014 – This course will provide an highly intensive and interactive 1-day course provides essential application security training for web application, webservice and mobile software developers and architects.

The class is a combination of lecture, security testing demonstration and code review. Students will learn the most common threats against applications. More importantly, students will learn how to code secure web solutions via defense-based code samples.

The Secure Coding Bootcamp is taught by Jim Manico, world renowned author, Secure-Coding Instructor, and OWASP Global Board Member

https://hackmiami.com/secure-coding-bootcamp/

Web Application Hacking and Server Takeover with Matias Katz – Friday – May 9, 2014- This course will examine methods used to compromise and use web servers making use of different tools and methods. Students will understand how to make use of chained exploitation against multiple vulnerabilities in a realistic lab environment.

The Web Appication and Server Takeover course is taught by Matias Katz, the founder of Andsec and a known speaker who has presented at BlackHat, Ekoparty, H2HC, Campus party, OWASP and many other information security conferences.

https://hackmiami.com/training/web-application-hacking-and-server-takeover/

RFID/NFC workshop for fun (and profit?) – May 9, 2014 Enter the world of the RFID technology (Radio Freq. ID), focusing on highfrequency NFC standard. Also, the low frequency band will be reviewed because of its well-known use in individual physical access to buildings.

From the use of traditional NFC 13.56Mhz readers, their API and proprietary software, to Proxmark3 hardware, open source software (LibNFC), known attacks and other uses and practical ideas.

The course is taught by Nahuel Grisolía, owner of Cinta Infinita. He has delivered trainings in multiple conferences around the world: BugCON (Mexico), H2HC (Brazil), Ekoparty (Argentina), OWASP events (Argentina), TROOPERS (Germany), PHDays (Russia), etc.

https://hackmiami.com/training/rfidnfc-workshop-for-fun-and-profit/

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BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY

Buy your ticket here: https://www.hackmiami.com/buy/

Buy your training here: https://www.hackmiami.com/trainings/

If you are a student, and can prove it, you have a discount code here: https://hackmiami.com/STUDENTSGA75/

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-Alex Heid-
@alexheid – Twitter
alex@hackmiami.info
www.hackmiami.org
www.hackmiami.com

 

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