Where is Tom?

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Wow..it’s been really crazy as of late. Sorry for the lack of blog posts but this is “the” busy month of the year for me! Here is what I have going on:

October 11th Ohio LinuxFest
Security Justice will be podcasting live from the Ohio LinuxFest! Dave and myself will be there hanging out with the folks from Notacon and others. If you are there…stop by, say hi and pick up some Security Justice stickers!

October 15th NEO InfoSec Forum
I will be giving a talk on “Information Gathering with Maltego” at the NEO InfoSec Forum. Join us after the meeting at Mavis Winkles for beer and the live recording of the Security Justice podcast.

October 30-31st Ohio Information Security Summit
There are several things that I am doing at this year’s local security summit:

I will be participating in a panel discussion at 2:20pm on October 30th, “Social Networks – Acceptance and Mitigation of Risk in Today’s Workplace”. Later that evening at 6pm I am leading a birds of a feather session entitled “Security & Privacy of Social Networks”. At this session I will be releasing my Facebook Privacy and Security Guide at the session. Look for a blog post about this project soon.

Finally, on October 31st I will be doing a talk entitled “Penetration Testing 2.0: Corporate Tiger Team” at 1:30pm.

If you are local or in the surrounding Ohio area be sure to check out the Information Security Summit. It’s well organized and is only $250 for two full days of talks!

Oh, and if that wasn’t keeping me busy enough…I am working on another Security Justice special edition with another very special guest to take place some time in October. More details soon.

I’ll hopefully get a few posts up in the next few days…I have a few in the “queue” almost ready to launch. :-) Back to work for me and thanks for reading!

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