DojoSec Infosec Meetup Event Thursday, 06-04: Contracts, Clam AntiVirus, and More

While the DojoSec meetup last month was awesome, the DojoSec meetup this month looks just as good, if not better.

Alain Zidouemba of Sourcefire will be giving a presentation entitled “What to Do With the Unknown?” that will cover Clam AntiVirus—an open source anti-virus toolkit for UNIX systems.

Richard Goldberg, Esq. will be giving a presentation that all of us—especially those of us who do consulting or work on a project-by-project basis—should hear, entitled “How Not to Get Pwnd by Your Clients.” According to the description, “[t]his talk will tell you how to keep yourself out of trouble. Topics will include dealing with “standard” contracts and “standard” provisions; what it means to “indemnify” someone else; how to protect your intellectual property and confidential information; and other dangers, including warranties and audit-rights provisions. It will also cover some negotiation strategies.”

Eoghan Casey of cmdLabs will give a presentation called “Getting Physical With Mobile Devices.” Dealing with mobile device forensics, Casey’s talk will cover “various techniques and tools for dumping and analyzing physical memory from mobile devices, including Flasher boxes. In addition, … [it] will provide examples of items recovered from physical memory that are not accessible using most forensic tools.”

DojoSec is a great meetup to attend, so if you haven’t already, be sure to check it out!

  • Who: Alain Zidouemba of Sourcefire, Richard Goldberg, Esq., and Eoghan Casey of cmdLabs
  • What: “What to Do With the Unknown?” by Zidouemba, “How Not to Get Pwnd by Your Clients,” by Goldberg, and “Getting Physical With Mobile Devices,” by Casey.
  • When: 06-04, 6:00-9:30 PM EST
  • Where: Capitol College (11301 Springfield Rd, Laurel, MD 20708)

For more information on DojoSec, see its description in our NoVA Meetups section. View our Calendar for a complete list of infosec events in and around the NoVA area. Here is a link to more information about the DojoSec meetup.

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