LASCON 2019: Learning the Power of the “Not My Responsibility” Mindset

This past week I was excited to present a talk on the work I’m doing at Indeed, specifically the implementation of a risk based information security management program and the benefits both to security engineers and the business.

You can download the full slide deck here:

Lead photo thanks to @texasbiff on Twitter.

If you’re interested in having me present this talk to your company, group, or conference feel free to reach out through the contact methods listed at the end of the presentation.

SpiceWorld Austin 2019: Docker for Dummies

This past week I presented my talk “Docker for Dummies” at the 2019 SpiceWorld Conference in Austin, Texas. If you’re looking for the slides then I’ve got good news! They’re posted right here.

For those looking for the direct GitHub link to the repository I mentioned with the scripts to set up your own LibreNMS docker environment then you can find it right here:

https://github.com/foghorn/librenmsdocker

The full video is available on YouTube here:

If you’re interested in having me present this talk to your company, group, or conference feel free to reach out through the contact methods listed at the end of the presentation.

SpiceWorld Austin 2019: Learning from Failure

This past week I presented my talk “Learning from Failure: Tales of Incident Response Gone Wrong” at the 2019 SpiceWorld Conference in Austin, Texas. If you’re looking for the slides then I’ve got good news! They’re posted right here.

The full video of the presentation is also available on YouTube here:

If you’re interested in having me present this talk to your company, group, or conference feel free to reach out through the contact methods listed at the end of the presentation.

Performance: LogMeIn Versus TeamViewer

I use a MiniX Neo headless mini PC as a jumpbox into my home network. For the last couple years I had been running LogMeIn as the remote access client to connect back into the device, but with the recent pricing increase and lack of support for the iPad application I decided it was time to switch to TeamViewer. I knew that having an agent running on the device at all times would cause a performance hit, but I didn’t realize just how bad that hit would be.

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