Here is a list of workshops that I have presented. Click on any listing for more details. Here is a listing of all the training classes I have presented.
Here is a listing of most of the talks and presentations I have given. I have not included any presentations older than five years.
Here is a list of upcoming events that might be of interest to the InfoSec community. If you see a glaring omission, please feel free to send me the details
Nothing is more frustrating than trying to use the mouse wheel to scroll and having the content of the browser window stop, scroll slightly then jump past the content you
In today’s world of constant, ongoing cyber attacks, administrators are seeking new and innovative ways to analyze existing log data to learn what is normal behavior and uncover compromise. Until
I have been doing some experimentation in hopes of exporting and analyzing Microsoft AD DNS debug logs. The project goal is to export the relevant data to a Graylog analyzer
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This morning I noticed a large number of the following DNS queries: Source: 184.108.40.206 Query: sunrisecx.com Type: A These queries were arriving at a constant rate of 5000 per minute
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