Networking

As cloud computing grows, how will it impact the network and communications technologies and management?

  • Webcasts // Jun 2015

    Live Webcast: Captivating the Crowd: How to Create Compelling Presentations That Attract and Engage Clients, Customers and Colleagues

    Learn how to captivate any crowd. Join us for this LIVE Event on Date: Thursday, June 25 Time: 11 AM (PDT) / 2 PM (EDT) Speaker: Michael Parrish DuDell, bestselling author and award-winning keynote speaker Join us for this webinar to learn: 3 tweaks that will improve...

    Sponsored By Citrix

  • Webcasts // Apr 2015

    Webinar: Top 5 Benefits of Contract Lifecycle Management

    The market for contract lifecycle management (CLM) solutions is taking off, with revenues expected to grow 12% in 2015. As paper-based processes become more expensive and less efficient by the day, CLM lets organizations create, negotiate, manage, and enforce their contracts uniformly and quickly, enhancing agility and compliance. In this...

    Sponsored By Open Text

  • Webcasts // Apr 2015

    On-Demand Webcast: Under the Hood - How to Fire Up Your Employee Culture for Maximum Performance

    Based on thought leader Stan Slap's much anticipated second book, Stan delivers a story filled, high content presentation on how employee cultures work and how to work it. If your job success involves achieving results through others and those others work for you - understanding the true motivation of an...

    Sponsored By Citrix

  • Webcasts // Apr 2015

    Real Experiences: Transforming Application Delivery for Continuous Innovation

    Key Takeaways: Learn from real experiences in transforming large organizations for increased speed and quality using a DevOps approach. Explore the characteristics and behavior of fast-moving companies, based on hundreds of assessments, interviews and implementations. Begin a self-assessment designed to give you a better understanding of your organization's readiness and...

    Provided By IBM

  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    Practical Machine Learning for Network Security

    Machine learning is currently receiving a lot of attention in network security. There are many start-ups and existing companies that claim they use it in their solutions; yet, few details are shared on why or how it works. So, is machine learning a potential solution or all hype? The answer...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    SEWiFi: Building a Security Enhanced WiFi Dongle

    Securing a computer's network connection over WiFi has been a problem for years. Whether it's the user's mom, grandfather, colleagues or themselves, not everyone understands how to properly setup and use VPNs, personal firewalls and local IDS. Even if they do understand how setup and use network security tools, it...

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    NSA Playset: USB Tools

    USB implants were among the most talked about gadgets in the NSA ANT catalog after it leaked last year. Concealed in cables and connectors, these devices appear to be designed primarily to provide covert communication channels to malware operating on a host computer.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    Dark Art of Data Visualization

    Data visualization is very much a dark art. It is very dependent upon the data the users are using, what they want to get out of it and how it is displayed. They change any one thing and they will get a completely different outcome. The presenter has been doing...

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    Deception for the Cyber Defender: To Err Is Human; to Deceive, Divine

    In this webcast, the presenter will discuss how to turn the tables on the attacker and employ deception strategies that deceive both human attackers and the code they employ to best defend the user's assets. This webcast isn't about social engineering or honeypots, but instead carefully analyzes dozens of deception...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    Betting Bios Bugs Won't Bite Y'er Butt?

    In this webcast, the presenter will give a quick run through the BIOS vulnerabilities & PoC malware that have been disclosed in the last couple years, and what the users can concrete steps they can take to start performing BIOS vulnerability checking, and integrity checking, to protect themselves or their...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    Come to the Dark Side - We Have (Misfortune) Cookies

    TR-069 is the de-facto standard remote management protocol that ISPs surreptitiously use to control consumer-premises equipment (these would be the user's home routers, set-top boxes, VoIP phones etc.), rumored to be a well-thought conspiracy devised by Internet Service Provider (ISP) secret societies since the 17th century.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Feb 2015

    What Happens When a Security Architect Writes an Application

    An examination of a modern rails application reviewing application security best practices going through specific rails controls for the application, best practices in deploying and how to integrate application controls, local host and network firewall controls into a self monitoring, alerting and automated security system.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Protecting Your ICS/SCADA Networks

    The presenters' SCADA system has DNP3 vulnerability, now what? The presenter shortly summarizes the DNP3 vulnerabilities (and other ICS protocols too). Then the presenter focuses on the different mitigations that an ICS owner can do to mitigate these types of protocol implementation vulnerabilities even if there is no patch or...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Snort Beyond IDs: Open Source Application and File Control

    In this webcast, the presenter will explain the latest and greatest features in Snort - as well as some older features. The presenter will discuss the new Open AppID standard for open source next generation firewall work like application identification and blocking, and show how easy it is to write...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    In URL:robots.txt-What Are You Hiding?

    In this webcast, the presenter will explain about the real world uses of the robots.txt file. The presenter will show what it is and normally used for. Then the presenter will show how the users can leverage this file in their reconnaissance steps of a target. They will also look...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Trolling Attackers for Fun and Profit: Intentionally Misleading Attackers

    It is pretty common to see even vendors discuss the idea in their documentation and sales pitches. Even though the idea has been widely accepted, defenders have only focused on two of the proposed courses of action - detect and deny. Few organizations are working to disrupt, degrade, or deceive...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    OWASP Application Security Verification Standard

    The OWASP Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS) project provides a basis for testing web application technical security controls. Bill will take the users through the ins and outs of the four verification levels and the thirteen verification standard. When the users leave, they'll have a free, comprehensive test plan to...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Hacking WPS with Reaver to Crack WPA WPA2 Passwords

    In this webcast, the presenter will teach the users how to get WPA and WPA2 password by exploiting the weakness in WPS. This is an easy verbal step by step guide to follow. Enjoy! If the users are using VMware, Virtual box, or any Virtual application they will need to...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Too Many Cooks - Exploiting the Internet-of-TR-069-Things

    In this webcast, the presenter will begin by describing their previous efforts presented this summer (DEF CON 22 & more), where their group revealed critically vulnerable TR-069 server deployments and discussed the incomprehensible asymmetry between the trust instated in this protocol and the measures taken to protect it (or lack...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Cyber Necromancy - Reverse Engineering Dead Protocols

    Reverse engineering is not all binaries and byte-code. The black art also extends to networks and unobtainable game servers. In this webcast, the presenters will go into the gruesome details of how they dug through the graveyards of console binaries and mausoleums of forgotten network protocols in order to stitch...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Jan 2015

    Manna From Heaven: Improving the State of Wireless Rogue AP Attacks

    The current state of theoretical attacks against wireless networks should allow this wireless world to be fully subverted for all but some edge cases. Devices can be fooled into connecting to spoofed networks, authentication to wireless networks can either be cracked or intercepted, and ability to capture credentials at a...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    Abusing Software Defined Networks

    Software Defined Networking (SDN) transfers all forwarding decisions to a single controller and provides the network with the same degree of control and flexibility as the cloud. And with all the major vendors onboard, it will soon be supporting networks everywhere. But current implementations are full of weaknesses that could...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    Attacking the Internet of Things (Using Time)

    Internet of Things (IoT) devices are often slow and resource constrained. This makes them the perfect target for network-based timing attacks, which allow an attacker to brute-force credentials one character at a time, rather than guessing the entire string at once. The presenter will discuss how timing attacks work, how...

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  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    You're Leaking Trade Secrets

    Networks don't need to be hacked for information to be compromised. This is particularly true for organizations that are trying to keep trade secrets. While the people hear a lot about personal privacy, little is said in regard to organizational privacy.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    Bypass Firewalls and Application White Lists and Secure Remote Desktops Under 20 Seconds

    In theory, post-exploitation after having remote access is easy. Also in theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is, imagine a scenario, where the person have deployed a malware on a user's workstation, but the target information is on a secure server accessed via two-factor...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    Combating Next-Generation Malware with Fast Forward-Secure Logging

    Security analytics is a catchall term for vulnerability assessment and intrusion detection leveraging security logs from a wide array of Security Analytics Sources (SASs), which include firewalls, VPNs, and endpoint instrumentation. Today, nearly all security analytics systems suffer from a lack of even basic data protections. An adversary can eavesdrop...

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    Run Away if You Can: Persistent Jamming Attacks Against Channel Hopping Wi-Fi Devices in Dense Networks

    Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) can adopt channel hopping technologies in order to avoid unintentional interferences such as radars or microwaves, which function as proactive jamming signals. Even though channel hopping technologies are effective against proactive types of jamming, it has been reported that reactive jammers could attack the targets...

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  • Webcasts // Dec 2014

    On Emulation-Based Network Intrusion Detection Systems

    Emulation-based network intrusion detection systems have been devised to detect the presence of shellcode in network traffic by trying to execute (portions of) the network packet payloads in an instrumented environment and checking the execution traces for signs of shellcode activity. Emulation-based network intrusion detection systems are regarded as a...

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Investigating Powershell Attacks

    Over the past two years, the presenters have seen targeted attackers increasingly make use of PowerShell to conduct command-and-control in compromised Windows environments. If the user's organization is running Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2, they've got PowerShell 2.0 installed (and on Server 2012, remoting is enabled by default!).

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Attacking Mobile Broadband Modems Like a Criminal Would

    While there has certainly been some interesting research into the security of mobile broadband modems, or \"Dongles\", in the past, it has almost exclusively focused on novel attacks such as buffer overflows over text message, attacks on the device's file system, and other advanced approaches. The level of skill and...

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Detecting BGP Hijacks in 2014

    In this webcast, the presenter will raise awareness of routing security issues by providing a tutorial on the BGP routing protocol and on the detection of specific routing events called IP prefixes hijacks. They hope that the security community that attends NSC will find interest in network-related issues.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Security Analysis of a Full-Body Scanner

    Advanced imaging technologies are a new class of people screening systems used at airports and other sensitive environments to detect metallic as well as nonmetallic contraband. The presenter presents the first independent security evaluation of such a system, the Rapiscan secure 1000 full-body scanner, which was widely deployed at airport...

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Google Apps Engine Security

    In this webcast, the presenter will not explain about theory or trolling on \"Is-cloud-good-or-wrong\", but will present real-world attacks, including arbitrary code execution to escape the Python sandbox in the Google datacenters and exploration of the GAE platform outside of the Python sandbox.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Probabilistic Spying on Encrypted Tunnels

    At the network layer, encrypted tunnels are typically seen as black boxes. Network traffic however, leaks side channel information that can often be analyzed to determine what the tunnel is being used for and the type of content being sent over it. Probabilistic algorithms will be explored that can analyze...

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    The Beast Wins Again Why TLS Keeps Failing to Protect HTTP

    SSL has been around for decades and yet it keeps happening: new attacks are being discovered against TLS at a steady rate. The past year has seen its share of rogue CA certificates and critical vulnerabilities in TLS libraries that the people have come to expect. In this webcast, the...

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    The Devil Does Not Exist-The Role of Deception in Cyber

    While it might be convenient to think of cyber-adversaries as ones and zeros, the reality is that systems are attacked and defended by human beings. As a result, it is important to understand the role deception plays in network operations.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    When the Lights Go Out Hacking Cisco Energywise

    Energy Management Protocols (EMPs) are used in a variety of devices and environments. Their purpose is always the same: controlling and measuring the energy consumption of connected devices. However, most EMPs are designed and implemented for embedded, non-IP environments, such as HDMI or home automation networks.

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    APT Attribution and DNS Profiling

    Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks are highly organized and are launched for prolonged periods. APT attacks exhibit discernible attributes or patterns. In order to maintain the Command and Control (C2) network redundant, APT attacks are generally embedded with multiple DNS names.

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Bitcoin Transaction Malleability Theory in Practice

    A mysterious vulnerability from 2011 almost made the Bitcoin network collapse. Silk Road, MTGox and potentially many more trading websites claim to be prone to \"Transaction malleability\". In this webinar, the presenter will shed some light and show in practice how to exploit this vulnerability.

    Provided By SecurityTube.net

  • Webcasts // Nov 2014

    Hacking the Wireless World with Software Defined Radio-2.0

    Wireless systems, and their radio signals, are everywhere: consumer, corporate, government, amateur - widely deployed and often vulnerable. If the users have ever wondered what sort of information is buzzing around them, in this webcast, the presenter will introduce how the user can dominate the RF spectrum by 'Blindly' analyzing...

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