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InfoSec by the Numbers - Bill Gardner AIDE 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

InfoSec by the Numbers
Bill Gardner
AIDE 2018

 

Are self-driving cars really that dangerous? How many records were breached last year? How many IoT devices are there really? This talk is a journey though the statistic behind the burning questions of information security and a look at how we might not be correctly calculating risk.

Bill Gardner is an Assistant Professor at Marshall University, where he teaches information assurance and foundational technology courses in the Department of Forensics. Bill has spent the past four summers teaching making, cyber security, fundamental technology, and coding to to K-12 students. He spend the past summer teaching Python to middle high school students with a special emphasis on attaching girls and minorities to STEAM fields. Prior to joining the faculty at Marshall, Bill co-founded the SecureWV/Hack3rCon convention and is a co-founded 304geeks, a West Virginia technology networking organization. Bill is an active member of the information security community and has spoken at a number of information security conferences including AIDE, Derbycon, Shmoocon, BSides-Cincy, BSidesCleveland, and BSidesAsheville. In addition, Bill a co-author of "Building an Information Security Awareness Program: Defending Against Social Engineering and Technical Threats", and "Google Hacking For Penetration Testers".

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