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A short presentation that Jeffrey Ferland and I gave to the University of Southern Maine Computer Ethics class taught by Tiffany Rad. The talk was meant to introduce the students to DC207, the ...

A short presentation that Jeffrey Ferland and I gave to the University of Southern Maine Computer Ethics class taught by Tiffany Rad. The talk was meant to introduce the students to DC207, the official Portland, ME DEF CON group.

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    Jan-30-2012-USM-DC207-Intro Jan-30-2012-USM-DC207-Intro Presentation Transcript

    • DC207 Official Maine DEFCON Group
    • who am I?
      • Casey Dunham
      • BS in Computer Science USM May 2009
      • Senior Developer BlueTarp Financial
      • Specialize in Transaction Processing / Security
      • Wireless hacking, malware analysis, reverse engineering
    • who am I?
      • Jeffrey Ferland
      • Jokes about how I'll never graduate
      • Senior IT Consultant at Baker Newman Noyes
      • Specialize in systems and network security design.
      • Crypto, authentication, “compliance”, RF
    • what are we?
      • respawning of the first original Maine DEFCON Group (started by converge)
      • DEFCON largest annual hacking conference in the world
      • DEFCON 20 July 26-29 th Rio Hotel, Las Vegas
    • who are we?
      • a group of students, former students, professionals, unprofessionals and other humans
      • first and foremost we are...
    • h4ck3r$
    • what do we do?
      • programming (asm/c/java/python/android/ios)
      • lock picking
      • reverse engineering
      • drinking
      • networking
      • malware analysis
      • more drinking
      • Hardware / software
      • wireless hacking
    • more importantly... what do you want to do?
    • We are a community. We want you involved.
    • In the words of our friends from Unallocated Space, Teach. Learn. Party.
    • get involved
      • come to a meeting
        • HackME Social (monthly)
        • Crash and Compile (scheduled soon)
        • Lockpicking nights?
      • present something
    • web stuff
      • dc207.org
      • @dcg207 (Twitter)
      • http://defcon.org/html/defcon-groups/dc-groups.html
    • next HackME Social
      • what: Breaking Wireless Security
      • when: February 8 th 6pm-7:30pm
      • where: BlueTarp Financial 443 Congress St
      • more info: https://www.dc207.org/?p=165
      • trip to Novare Res Bier Cafe follows (21+)
    • thanks!
    • http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2012/01/30/hackers-demo-shows-how-easily-credit-cards-can-be-read-through-clothes-and-wallets/