06-11-2016 NIST Cybersecurity Framework

NIST Cybersecurity Framework  Description:  In February of 2013, President Obama signed Executive Order #13636, directing NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) to develop a voluntary framework for cybersecurity.  After a year of meetings and work, NIST rolled out version 1.0 of the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) in February of 2014. The Framework sets down a […]

05-28-2016 Hackmiami Conference Recap

We will be recapping the HackMiami conference, discussing talks, workshops, events, and feedback. We will also have an open discussion on Industry news, events, and the like. Bob will also take the group down to the first floor to showcase the upcoming Creation Station changes and revamp. *We will be meeting on the 6th floor […]

Iftach Ian Amit – Keynote Speaker, Sun. 05.15.16

With over 15 years of experience in the information security industry, Iftach Ian Amit brings a mixture of Software development,OS, Network and web security to work on a daily basis. He is a frequent speaker at leading security conferences around the world (including BlackHat, DefCon, OWASP, InfoSecurity, etc…), and have published numerous articles and research […]

01-09-2016 First meeting of the year

        In this first meeting of year, we will plan the first  half of 2016. Items we will cover: — Presentations and subjects — Hackmiami Conference 2016 — NEW CTF group training — Meetings are moving to another location Please do NOT miss this meeting as there will be important announcements. Thank […]

11-14-2017 Qubes OS Project

Qubes OS Project “Qubes is a security-oriented, open-source operating system for personal computers. It uses virtualization to implement security by compartmentalization and supports both Linux and Windows virtual environments. Qubes 3.0introduces the Hypervisor Abstraction Layer (HAL), which renders Qubes independent of its underlying virtualization system.”   For more information visit https://www.qubes-os.org/ Presenter: He’s got no money, […]

10-24-2015 Hack-Proofing ASP.NET Web apps

Gisela will present about developing and securing ASP.NET web applications. Things such as authentication types, client certificates, code review, best coding practices and overall best security practices when working with ASP.NET applications will be discussed.       Cyber Pizza Cafe 2PM 1200 S Federal hwy Dania Beach, FL