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Raspberry Pi sensors for home networks

  • Thursday, May 06, 2021 at 1:00 PM EDT (2021-05-06 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Jeff Starke, Jesse La Grew, Edward Smith, Gary Fisk, Richard Bejtlich

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  • Corelight

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Overview

Is your IoT dryer transferring 1GB+ of traffic daily? Does your Tesla phone home to the mothership? Is your employer monitoring you at home?

Learn a quick, easy, free method for using a Raspberry Pi to gain visibility into your home network with Corelight. Well teach you to find out what your smart (and not-so-smart) devices are doing using ZeekⓇ logs and Suricata alerts two flagship open source technologies skills transferable to your day job and enterprise environments.

Speaker Bios

Richard Bejtlich

Richard Bejtlich is Strategist and Author in Residence at Corelight. He was previously Chief Security Strategist at FireEye, and Mandiant\\\'s Chief Security Officer when FireEye acquired Mandiant in 2013. At General Electric, as Director of Incident Response, he built and led the 40-member GE Computer Incident Response Team (GE-CIRT). Richard began his digital security career as a military intelligence officer in 1997 at the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT), Air Force Information Warfare Center (AFIWC), and Air Intelligence Agency (AIA). Richard is a graduate of Harvard University and the United States Air Force Academy. His fourth book is \\\'The Practice of Network Security Monitoring\\\'. He also writes for his blog and Twitter.


Gary Fisk

Gary Fisk has built a broad security career at Digex, Oracle, Mandiant, FireEye, and now at Corelight. His career has ranged across security analytics, identity management, data security, threat intelligence, IR and security services, endpoint security (EDR), network security (NSM), and Enterprise Architecture. This somewhat unfocused group of focus areas has resulted from a belief that enterprises must take a pragmatic, risk-driven approach to advancing their security maturity, and focus on tools to improve existing teams, procedures, and environments. Building on a ten-year foundation in IT and security operations, Gary’s history in tools and technology is founded in the cliche’ that “security is a team sport”, and that tools and tech are only valuable if they make the team better.


Edward Smith

Ed Smith is Senior Product Marketing Manager at Corelight and has eight years' experience working in the cyber security industry representing IaaS, DevOps, and vulnerability management solutions, including his most recent roles as Director of Marketing at CloudPassage and Senior Product Marketing Manager at Tripwire.


Jesse La Grew

Jesse La Grew is an Information Security Architect in Madison College\'s Technology Services group, where he assists with designing, developing and implementing security standards and protocols. On campus, you may find him consulting on IT projects, maintaining business resilience and continuity plans, or ensuring security requirements for College IT projects are met. Jesse\'s area of expertise is Desktop and Network Support. He\'s been certified as an Apple Certified System Administrator and with CompTIA Network+.


Jeff Starke

Jeff Starke, Principal Security Engineer for MegaplanIT, has extensive security engineering experience, having worked with nearly all the leading SIEM, EDR, NIDS and SOAR platforms on the market. A Marine Corps veteran and a huge advocate for open-source software, he likes to spend time working on various home-lab projects. His aim is to strengthen America’s network security infrastructure, one company at a time. 

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