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2012 Agenda

Time Presentation Speaker
9:00am – 9:15am Opening Remarks Elias G. Eldayrie, Vice President and CIO
9:15am – 9:45am Capture the Flag Kickoff Chris Cuevas and the UF Student Info Sec Team
10:00am – 3:15pm Capture the Flag Tournament
10:00am – 10:45am OWASP Top 10 Erik Cabetas
11:00am – 11:45am Mobile Security John Sawyer
11:45am – 12:45pm What Stuxnet, Duqu and Flame tell us about resisting the advanced persistent threat. Joe Wilson
1:45pm – 2:30pm Corrupting the Youth Jordan Wiens
2:45pm – 3:30pm Cyber Self Defense Derrius Marlin
3:30pm – 4:00pm Closing Remarks
Grand Prize Drawings / Winner of Capture the Flag Announced
David Huelsman & Albert Alligator

Biographies of Presenters

Erik Cabetas

Mr. Cabetas is a UF alumni who has had over a decade professional experience in Information Security. Throughout his career he has held a variety of InfoSec roles from low-level reverse engineering and forensics to high-level secure architecture design and InfoSec Strategy Execution. His experience in senior roles at Ernst & Young, Fortify Software and TheLadders.com has provided him with the insight to evolve from a highly technical specialist into a business-first strategist. Mr. Cabetas has also won ethical hacking contests such as Defcon CTF and has consulted for TV shows for Sony Pictures and movies for MGM Stuidos.

Chris Cuevas

Chris Cuevas has been working in information security since 2004. He is currently a senior security analyst for the University of Florida. Chris’s experience at the university includes programming, system administration, and serving as the security manager for the Florida Center for Library Automation. Chris holds many IT security-based certifications, including GCIH and GWAPT.

Derrius Marlin

Derrius Marlin is an Incident Management Specialist with the Office of Information Security & Compliance. His responsibilities include incident management, incident response, and digital forensics. Marlin’s a career Gator who has spent 21 of his 25-year IT career at the University of Florida.

John Sawyer

John Sawyer is a Senior Security Analyst with InGuardians, specializing in network and Web application penetration testing. Sawyer’s experience in enterprise IT security includes penetration testing, system and network hardening, intrusion analysis, and digital forensics. He has consulted with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies on malware analysis, hacker attacks, and digital forensics. Sawyer authors the popular blog, “Evil Bytes” at DarkReading.com, and was a member of the winning team from DEF CON 14 and 15’s Capture the Flag competition. Sawyer holds GCFW, GCIH, GCFA, GWAPT, and CISSP certifications.

Jordan Wiens

For the last six months, Wiens has been teaching a “creative-problem solving” class to fifth and sixth-graders at an after-school program. If you’re thinking “psifertex” is a stealthy pseudonym for a hacking indoctrination course, you’d be right. This talk serves to encourage, enable, and warn those who might follow. Wiens (psifertex) is a hacker, teacher, a Capture the Flag champion (though more frequently a loser), a presenter, a husband, a father, and a nerf aficionado, Occasionally pretends to do real work.

Joe Wilson, Ph.D

Joseph N. Wilson earned a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with the emphasis on computer science from Florida State University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the University of Virginia. Since 1984 Wilson has been a member of the faculty of UF’s Computer and Information Science and Engineering Department. Wilson’s research interests include machine intelligence, image and signal processing, cyber security, and programming languages.

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