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THIS EXAM INCLUDES SOME PARTS ALL OF THE QUIZZES I OFFER BUT YOU MAY PURCHASE SEPARATELY IF DESIRED. Please forward this error screen to host. Keep your eyes on this space, we’ll be adding new talks frequently! DEF CON has changed for the better since the days at the Alexis Park. It has evolved from a few speaking tracks to an event that still offers the speakers, but also Villages, where you can get hands-on experience and Demo Labs where you can see tools in action. Of course, there is still the entertainment and Contest Area, as well as, Capture The Flag. Mike Petruzzi has been hacking managers for over 25 years.
Mike is a Senior Cyber Security Penetration Testing Specialist working at various Federal Civil Agencies for the last 15 years. Yup, that’s the title he was given. Naturally, he got all his IT experience as the result of selling beer, wine and liquor. He has tricked everyone into believing that he can do anything at all. Nikita works full time for DEF CON doing stuff, and things. She is DEF CON’s administrator, director of the CFP review board, speaker liaison, workshop manager, and overall cat herder. Helping out over the past decade she has been involved in some capacity for over a dozen departments, activities, contests, and events.
He can neither confirm nor deny working for any of the three letter agencies that oversee WMDs, high energy weapons , and play around with other countries. Plug is a Mexican immigrant that immigrated to the States at age 18. While learning to read English found a 2600 magazine that lead him to his first LA2600 meeting in 1998, from that point forward he has been a computer security enthusiast. Over the years he has worked a System’s Administrator with a focus in security, eventually moving full time to work in information security. This is Russ’ 17th year as a DEF CON goon, and he has over 25 years experience in hacking. Russ first learned to program around the 1982 timeframe, when he received a Timex Sinclair, which used only programs keyed in via BASIC.
He’s been involved in a numbers of aspects of DEF CON over the years, including the vendors, contests, DEF CON Groups, security, Hardware Hacking Village, and planning. Senior American officials routinely hold dialogues with foreign officials to discuss cyber espionage. Yet we often see newspaper headlines clearly identifying that one country is hacking another country through state-sponsored, cyber criminal, or hacktivist means. Two major roadblocks in cyber diplomacy are the “attribution problem,” and the related “disclosure dilemma. If there is indeed an attribution problem–when a country cannot be sure which other state is hacking it because a third country could be using it as a proxy–then a country could never accuse another countries of state-sponsored cyber attacks.