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Wednesday
Mar 20
Northwest Ohio ISSA - Famous Hacker Chris Roberts Speaking
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

3 Nationally Known Cyber Security speakers presenting

(Speakers information and bio is in the RSVP link)

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Thursday
Apr 18
Glasscity Infosec meetup - First meeting (with Open Toledo)
SIP Coffee (formerly Biggby Coffee on Markway)

This first meeting will be to generate some ideas for group meet ups. Plans include possible speakers, labs, hackathons, CTF, and just an open forum for various exchange of ideas. Bring your coding projects. Bring ideas.

Glasscity Infosec is about "All things tech..information security, coding, devops, design, open source investigations, penetration testing, reverse engineering, CTF, social engineering, hackathons, group discussions, speakers."

Open Toledo moved its Meetup to same time and same place to merge into one event.

Wednesday
Apr 24
Northwest Ohio ISSA Capture the Flag
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

The Northwest Ohio chapter of ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) will be hosting a Capture the Flag contest on April 24, 2019 from 5:30 - 9:00 PM.

See a short recap of a previous Capture the Flag event.

We welcome participants of all experience levels and backgrounds.

For anyone new to the offensive side we'll walk through a number of flags from 6:30 - 7:30 PM and provide a penetration testing 101 type class.

We'll also have some defensive flags in place, as well as extensive monitoring for those more defense oriented.

Prizes for the top 3 teams/participants will be awarded at the end of the contest, as well as a quick recap of the flags and how to capture them.

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Thursday
Apr 25
Glasscity Infosec & Open Toledo Unite
SIP Coffee (formerly Biggby Coffee on Markway)

This will be the folks from Open Toledo uniting with Glasscity Infosec to bring forth a collaborative, group focused approach to various technology related issues. Some subjects include Big Data, Smart City approach, Information Security, Law, Python, and just Data and Information in general. We will be working on furthering ideas generated at the last meeting about creating an application that utilizes big data to help in various forms(legal, marginalized communities, and Smart City Approaches)...

Bring laptops, ideas, and any recent projects you are working on!

Thursday
May 2
Glasscity Tech Hour Weekly Catchup
SIP Coffee (formerly Biggby Coffee on Markway)

Glasscity lets get together this Thursday at 6pm .at SIP coffee...

We are looking at doing a Spring Hackathon. We will be working on ideas for the project. If you love to code come chat it up. If you love Information Security and wish to show off yur sk1llz come on out. If you love data and engineering and knowledge, come meet up and share the wealth. Knowledge is power, without community we are lost. Bring ideas or just come to socialize.

Wednesday
May 29
Reporting on Information Security Risk to your Executives
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Times have changed. In the “old days,” Infosec was rarely asked to the table to report to executives on Information Security Risk. The ever-changing landscape around Cyber Risk has forced this issue to be front and center on the minds of Executives and Boards of Directors. While this recognition has been what security professional have been asking for, they often struggle on how to communicate to the business. They feel compelled to present fancy dashboards with lots of data. This type of approach often leaves their company’s leadership with low levels of understanding when it comes to risk. In this presentation, Ethan Steiger will demonstrate an effective way to communicate the business problems around cyber risk. He will highlight real examples of how he tells the story to gain the confidence of C-level and Board Level executives while at the same time ensuring that he is communicating on the significant risk that this audience needs to aware of."

Bio - Ethan Steiger is the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Domino’s Pizza. where his department is entirely responsible for the company’s global security program. Ethan’s background includes over 25 years of experience working with complex computing systems and at least 20 years of direct security industry expertise. Prior to joining Domino’s, Ethan worked as the Chief Security Officer of R. L. Polk & Co. where he designed a state of the art security program. In that capacity, he was able to achieve ISO 27001 certification for Polk. This represents the gold standard of security accreditation. Earlier in his career, Ethan was a Security Architect with RSA Security. While at RSA, he implemented cryptographic systems at a wide array of customers such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas City, Kerr-McGee, and Visa. He has also served as an IT Consultant with CapGemini and first cut his teeth as a network engineer at Bear Stearns & Co. Ethan Steiger is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison with a degree in History and Computer Science. With Cyber Security on everyone’s mind, Ethan has the significant challenge of leading his team in helping safeguard Domino’s business. Ethan and his team loose sleep occasionally but are rewarded by keeping hackers outside while ensuring that Domino’s data stays inside. When Ethan is not busy protecting Domino’s he is enjoying the good life in Ann Arbor with his wife, Simona and their three children

Thursday
Jul 18
Northwest Ohio ISSA Capture the Flag - July 18th 2019
Launchpad Incubation

This month Northwest Ohio ISSA will be hosting a CTF (Capture the Flag) as part of its meeting. The CTF will include a variety of both offensive and defensive oriented challenges, trivia questions, and a variety of vulnerable systems for you to try to exploit. A brief session at the end will cover any flags that you want to learn more about or see how they were captured. We will also attempt to have some open source monitoring analyzing traffic, with a few monitors displayed to watch which attacks people are trying. To participate bring your own device (you should probably make sure to turn the firewall on as the network will most likely be hostile). We’ll have some USB sticks and DVDs with Kali, Parrot, and a few other random penetration testing or forensics analysis distributions that you can use in a Live boot capacity, or feel free to download and install your favorite distribution or toolset in advance! Feel free to bring your commercial tools if you like! The room that we have rented can fit up to 50 people, so please bring any friends that are willing to learn! Pizza, snacks, drinks, and more will be available for everyone! Come sit back and relax with us!

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