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Being Offensive in the Workplace

  • Thursday, March 29th, 2018 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)
  • Derek Rook
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Overview

Do you get excited about talks at hacker conferences, only to return to your office feeling like you have too few resources to implement anything you learned? We'll be discussing ways to start implementing internal attack and penetration programs to let you have fun in the workplace while providing value to your organization. We will start with small tasks that can be easily introduced for fast and inexpensive wins, and expand into ways to sell more complicated engagements to management. From small hacking demos in security awareness presentations, to phishing slack and hipchat, or even full scale physical penetration tests, we've got something doable for any security practitioner in nearly any environment.

Speaker Bio

Derek Rook

Derek is an industry veteran with over 15 years of experience spanning system administration and engineering, web development, security engineering, and offensive security. In the office, he devotes his time to building and running an internal offensive security practice for a large data analytics company. Out of the office, he splits time between his family, video games, martial arts, and creating free educational security content online. A NetWars Tournament of Champions winner, he can often be found participating in whatever CTF competitions he can find. Derek holds several security certifications, including GCIA, GNFA, GCIH, GWAPT, and OSCP. @_r00k_

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