|Feb 20 at 07:00PMLinux Security|
|Mar 07 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Mar 12 at 07:00PMPLUG East Meeting|
|Mar 17 at 07:00PMFree Software Stammtisch|
|Mar 19 at 07:00PMLinux Security|
|Mar 21 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Apr 04 at 10:00AMInstallfest|
|Apr 09 at 07:00PMPLUG East Meeting|
Donald ‘Mac’ McCarthy: Firewall Fundamentals and Network Segmentation with pfSense
This presentation will cover two fundamental steps in properly securing networks.
Firewalls are one of the most basic and universal network and security controls in a security engineer’s tool bag. We will cover some basic setup and rule creation with pfSense.
Network segmentation is critical for maximizing the effectiveness of security controls. We will discuss some strategies for segmenting networks, practical segmentation, segmentation challenges, and how to best deploy network controls within network segments.
Mac is a 17 year veteran of the IT industry. He has experience worked for organization ranging in size from 10 to 200,000+ employees. Mac has been involved in information security for the past 9 years with organizations in the academic, healthcare and financial, and public sectors. Mac is a linux enthusiast with a passion for using large compute clusters to help solve the most challenging problems in security analytics. He has given presentations globally on business email compromise and credentials stuffing. Mac currently serves as the Director of Field Operations for Open Source Context.
Sebastian Tuchband: Webserver Practices Through Nextcloud
A showcase of Nextcloud and using it to show a few modern security practices on web servers.
Sysadmin and privacy advocates who finds and implements the open-source, self-hosted softwares for control and ownership.
Sebastian Tuchband: How B.A.T.M.A.N. Advanced Networking!
B.A.T.M.A.N. advanced is a decentralized mesh networking protocol that has existed with the Linux kernel for a while, now.
The presentation is on what is being done with it in reality, the ups, downs, and usage demos.
A systems engineer that has been working with Linux to create decentralized mesh networks for the city of Phoenix with the Arizona Blockchain Initiative.