This month’s MiSec meeting will be on Thursday, May 9th, at 7 pm. Mark Stanislav (@markstanislav) will be presenting on Linux hardening.
Core Linux Security: 0-Day Isn’t Everything
Abstract: When discussion on hardening Linux systems occurs, usually someone will swear by a single feature or application to ‘save the day’. In reality, a mesh of complimentary technologies, most of which are built-in or easily installable on a Linux box, is the bestway to go. Defense in depth is more than marketing lingo, it’s a way of life for actual information security. Come see some of the technologies you may have ignored, never knew existed, or just weren’t fully leveraging in some helpful ways to add layered security to your next Linux deployment.
For details and location, please either contact us through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or log into our IRC channel (Freenode/#MiSec). This month’s meeting will also be streamed via Gotomeeting, Meeting ID: 895-788-789.
A sneak peak at what is to come:
- In June, OWASP Detroit returns
- On June 7-8, BSides Detroit conference
- In July, Ken Evans presents on the top 20 security controls
- In August, mad man Matt Johnson presents on persistence in PowerShell