IT Special Interest Group (SIG): 3/13/19
Mar 13, 2019 -
For employees of the research park only
- Wednesday,. March 13, 2019
- Concept Conference Room, 1880 Pratt Drive, Suite 2018
- 11:45 a.m. – Log in to join the network and grab your complimentary lunch
- Noon – 1:00 p.m. - Workshop begins
Join us for an interactive Cyber Security Forum. Our guest speaker, Dr. David Raymond, will discuss, Hands-on Hacking – Capture The Flag + Kali Linux intro Workshop (BYOLaptop!).
This is a HANDS-ON Cyber Security workshop that will provide:
- an overview and update on the Virginia Cyber Range
- a quick introduction to different types of Cyber Security CTF (capture the flag) competition
Participants will be logged into the Cyber Range (requires a laptop with Wi-Fi and HTML5 browser) and jump into a “Jeopardy Style” CTF, with access to a Kali Linux VM for working/solving problems*.
* Linux/bash command line experience is not required but recommended.
No advanced skill required! We will discuss approaches to solving different problems and you can dive in to them and ask questions. We will leave the CTF open so you can continue to play after the workshop.
Speaker & BIO
David Raymond, Ph.D. Director, Virginia Cyber Range
David Raymond serves as Director of the Virginia Cyber Range and Deputy Director of Virginia Tech’s IT Security Office. He is also adjunct faculty in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering where he teaches networking and cybersecurity courses. David is a retired Army officer with 26 years of service, and is co-author of On Cyber, Towards an Operational Art for Cyber Conflict. He has spoken at dozens of industry and academic conferences to include Black Hat USA, RSA, Shmoocon, and the NATO Conference on Cyber Conflict.