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Topics: Cyber security focused courses for the public. 
When: 2nd Thursday of each month at 7pm
Where: Chandler Desert Breeze Substation - 251 Desert Breeze Blvd West, Chandler, AZ 85226
Map: Click Here for a Map

You are invited to attend this event if you are interested in cyber security and wish to have an opportunity to learn about digital security as well as related hardware and software.

About the Instructor:
Aaron is an experienced Linux user with several years of teaching experience. He works in the industry as a software developer while also providing consultancy on cyber security related topics. His discussions are AZ Post certified for training credit for law enforcement and he prides himself on providing quality educational material that is relevant and topical. He has a Masters Degree in Intelligence Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security, is a life long learner, and prides himself on staying up to date with the ever changing field of cyber security.

Aaron Jones: Introduction To Assembly Language - Reverse Engineering Software

Description:
Introduction To Assembly Language is the introduction to my reverse engineering course. This is part one of a multi part educational series on lower level software development and reverse engineering. Many developers and security experts are not familiar with assembly language or the lower levels of their hardware. This course is intended to begin familiarizing you with assembly language in order to build the foundation for future courses on reverse engineering.

Biography:
Aaron Jones is a software developer for law enforcement with a Masters Degree in Intelligence Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security. He has been using Linux since Middle School and loves to educate others on how technology works.

Sebastian Tuchband: The Blockchain Utility

Description:
Many people use blockchains wrong in their implementation. Many people think of implementations that are horribly inefficient as a blockchain.
There are many considerations that developers and business people don't seem to take note of.
This presentation talks about the blockchain and the more ideal methods of going about doing what was desired.

Biography:
I am a privacy enthusiast with a background in programming.
Also, I enjoy meeting people and teaching the ideal method over the common method.
Many people don't seem to know it, and I intend to inform people about these alternative methods.

Aaron Jones: Introduction To Secure Computing

Description:

Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt, and Disinformation exists around the modern computer processor. Revelations brought about from leaks has left the technology community concerned about what is being integrated into their hardware and what kind of vulnerabilities exist. This discussion will introduce concepts such as Active Management Technology, Trusted Execution Environments, and Out-Of-Band system access.

About Aaron:
Aaron is an experienced Linux user with several years of teaching experience. He works in the industry as a software developer while also providing consultancy on cyber security related topics. His discussions are AZ Post certified for training credit for law enforcement and he prides himself on providing quality educational material that is relevant and topical. He has a Masters Degree in Intelligence Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security, is a life long learner, and prides himself on staying up to date with the ever changing field of cyber security.
This month Aaron Jones will present "Introduction To Remote Access Tools (RATS)"
 
Introduction To Remote Access Tools (RATS) is a two-hour course designed
to provide an overview of what a RAT is, how it is created, and what kinds of
legal and illegal behaviors are being facilitated by their deployment.
 
You are invited and we encourage you to invite any one you like. This is open to the public as well as law enforcement or anyone else who would like to come. I think it will be a good class and hope to see you there.

More information available from: https://phxlinux.org/index.php/meetings/20-plug-security.html
For this month's Security Meeting, Aaron Jones will be giving us an "Introduction to Shodan"

Introduction To Shodan is a two-hour course designed to provide an overview of the search engine for finding devices connected to the internet. Shodan is a security researcher tool that works by scanning the entire internet, locating and parsing banners, and then returning this information to the user. Shodan is an excellent tool to familiarize yourself with if you do not have the infrastructure or tools necessary to run masscan yourself. Shodan is useful in the target selection phase of an operation.

About Aaron:
Aaron is an experienced Linux user with several years of teaching experience. He works in the industry as a software developer while also providing consultancy on cyber security related topics. His discussions are AZ Post certified for training credit for law enforcement and he prides himself on providing quality educational material that is relevant and topical. He has a Masters Degree in Intelligence Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security, is a life long learner, and prides himself on staying up to date with the ever changing field of cyber security.
 
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