02-25-2017 Memory Analysis with Volatility framework

      Haxathlon will give a presentation on volatility memory analysis framework. “The framework is intended to introduce people to the techniques and complexities associated with extracting digital artifacts from volatile memory samples and provide a platform for further work into this exciting area of research.” The Volatility distribution is available from: http://www.volatilityfoundation.org/#!releases/component_71401 Volatility […]

02-04-2017 How to setup an infosec lab

            Setting up an infosec lab.  W1tch will give a presentation of how to setup an lab environment for information security research and study. This is a talk directed to entry level, IT professionals and students interested in researching and studying information security on computer systems and networks. 2PM – […]

01-28-2017 Introduction to network scanning – Ace X0r

              Introduction to network scanning.  Ace X0r will give an introduction to network scanning. This presentation will provide common, public and free tools that can be downloaded from the internet and used to perform security scans. Ace will also show what are the common techniques used when performing network […]

01-14-2017 First meeting of the year

              In this first meeting of year, we will plan the first  half of 2017. Items we will cover: — Threat/industry update — Presentations and subjects — Hackmiami Conference 2017 — NEW ideas, contests and training Your input is important, Hackmiami is what you make of it. See you […]

Hackmiami Conference 5 CFP is now open!

We are very excited and looking forward to our conference number 5 since 2013!. The CFP is now open for everybody to submit their talks, training or event proposals!. Please go to www.hackmiami.com and complete the forms or email us at info@hackmiami.org. Here are some past guidelines for the CFP — Talks involving OFFENSIVE research (Make […]

11-19-2016 Hadoop 101 part 2 – Security

This presentation will cover the basics of Hadoop security, a new technology with many undiscovered and unknown possible vulnerabilities.  This presentation continues the Hadoop / big data technology series introduction and will provide attendants with an overview and basics of securing Hadoop framework. Presenter: Rod Soto Broward Main Library – Creation Station – 2PM