Date(s) - Jul 10, 2015
11:45 am - 1:15 pm
UCF Partnership III Building
“Everything you wanted to know about Metasplopit, but were afraid to ask”
Metasploit has taken the Internet by storm in the short 12 years since its first development. What started out as a Perl project by HD Moore has turned into a Ruby powered beast and one of the most widely used tools today online by hackers and pentesters alike. At this lunch and learn, you’ll experience the basics of the Metasploit Framework, how to use its enumeration abilities, search for the perfect exploit for that certain service, use the exploit against your target of choice, and wrangle the ultra powerful Meterpreter session.
Jeff Toth is a Security Consultant at GuidePoint Security. He has over 10 years of experience working in IT with 5 years working in Information Security. His areas of focus have been forensics, incident response, disaster recovery, penetration testing, social engineering, vulnerability management, security engineering and physical security. He has applied these skills to various industries including law enforcement, Fortune 500 companies, and small businesses. Toth also sits on the Board of Directors for Bsides Orlando, a community driven security conference and volunteers at several other community events.
Jonathan Singer is a Security Engineer at GuidePoint Security. He has over 7 years of working experience, and previously worked for a Central Florida ISP specializing in abuse and information security in web hosting and networking. His experience includes incident response, web application security, PCI compliance, and Linux and Windows server administration and hardening. He has also built valuable experience with Splunk and Enterprise Security during assignments with GuidePoint Security which include log collection, forwarding, and search-head dashboard development. Singer has participated in many speaking engagements around Florida and currently holds his GCIA Certification. Jonathan attended the University of Central Florida’s Information Technology program. While at UCF, he founded the Collegiate Cyber Defense Club and was elected as President and Captain of the varsity cyber defense team. He successfully led the team to victory in the Southeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, ranking as one of the top 10 teams in the nation.
11:45 AM Arrival, Check-in & Networking & Lunch
12:00 PM Chapter President Message, Sponsor message, upcoming meetings
12:10 PM Speaker presentation: Everything you wanted to know about Metasplopit, but were afraid to ask” – Jeff Toth and Jonathan Singer
1:10 PM Prize Drawing & Wrap up
Parking: Free on-site
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