WISP+BishopFox - Network Penetration Testing Workshop
Women in Security and Privacy (WISP) and BishopFox would like to invite you to a live demonstration and hands-on workshop that will introduce you to the top three tools needed to get started in network penetration testing. We'll cover how to scan for vulnerabilities with the Nmap scripting engine, create reverse and bind shells with Netcat, and scanning and exploiting a variety of network services with Metasploit.
By the end of the evening you will be port scanning, creating payloads, and popping shells. This technical workshop is meant to familiarize you with the tools needed to continue your journey into ethical hacking. Take your new skills to Capture The Flag (CTF) competitions or scan your home network for vulnerabilities.
Laptop required with the ability to install software required. Attendees will receive instructions on setting up the lab environment on their laptops before the event.
The presentation will include an interactive discussion and will be followed by networking and sharing of best practices, including beverages and food provided by HackerOne.
5:00 - 6:00 pm - Virtual Machine Setup. This is crucial to the success of your ability to participate in the class.
6:00 - 7:30 pm - Presentations and Workshop
7:30 - 8:00 pm - Interactive Discussion Q&A
About the Speakers:
Kelly Albrink is a Security Analyst at Bishop Fox where she specializes in network penetration testing, social engineering, and hardware/embedded security. Kelly has presented at a number of Bay Area events including DeadDrop, Day of Shecurity, and OktaRex.
She is a recipient of the SANS CyberTalent Immersion Academy scholarship, and is an active CTF participant. Kelly has competed in the NetWars Tournament of Champions. In addition, she volunteers with her local hackerspace, Noisebridge, where she organizes Infosec Lab Nights and mentors aspiring penetration testers.
Cecillia Tran is a Security Analyst at Bishop Fox where she specializes in application penetration testing, network penetration testing, source code review, wireless penetration testing, and social engineering. She was previously an engagement manager for nearly two years.
Cecillia has interned at Lockheed Martin and Alcon Laboratories, Inc. She was invited to speak at DragonCon 2016 as part of the “Women in Science and Tech Careers” panel. Currently, she is studying toward her OSCP certification.
Cecillia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Engineering focused in Computer Science and Technological Communications from California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo.
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