SecureState’s Dave Kennedy and Matt Neely will be speaking at ShmooCon in Washington, D.C., the annual east coast hacker convention hell-bent on offering three days of an interesting atmosphere for demonstrating technology exploitation, inventive software & hardware solutions, and open discussions of critical infosec issues. The first day is a single track of speed talks, One Track Mind. The next two days, there are three tracks: Break It!, Build It!, and Bring It On!.
Principal at SecureState, Dave Kennedy focuses on the technical side of security, performing penetration tests, source code review, web application security, data forensics, electronic discovery and wireless assessments. Prior to SecureState, Dave worked for the National Security Agency (N.S.A.) and has worked with some of the nations most elite security groups. Dave is also the author of Fast-Track, an open-source penetration testing suite available in Linux, has previously presented at Defcon, and is a contributor to the BackTrack distributions.
Dave’s presentation “The Fast-Track Suite: Advanced Penetration Techniques Made Easy” will be the last talk in the Bring It On! track where he will discuss attacks in detail and also release the newest version of Fast-Track.
Matt Neely, Profiling Manager at SecureState, will be presenting “Radio Reconnaissance in Penetration Testing – All Your RF Are Belong to Us,” in the first talk of Bring It On! track this Saturday.