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Panel: Building and Growing a Hacker Space - Joey Maresca, Dave Marcus, Nick Farr, SkyDog (+1 if selected will extend invite to LVL1 team) Derbycon 2013 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Panel: Building and Growing a Hacker Space - Joey Maresca, Dave Marcus, Nick Farr, SkyDog (+1 if selected will extend invite to LVL1 team)
Derbycon 2013

Description: Whether you have a loose group of friends who have similar making or hacking interests, or part of a formal group that meets irregularly, sometimes finding a place to make your ideas come together and work on projects can be hard to find. Perhaps you already have a hacker space or are looking to get involved with an existing one in your area. The panelist provide an assortment of experience with starting and running hacker spaces in various locations across the country. Learn about some successes (and probably a few failures) in getting started or helping out your existing maker/hackerspace.

Bio: “Joey – l0stkn0wledge is the evil scientist alter-ego of Joey Maresca. He has been involved in locksport for the past several years and has hosted several local events on the subject helping teach people the methods involved in opening locks. He currently serves at one of the Directors for Nova Labs in Northern Virginia. When not working his way into locks and plotting his next evil creation, he is working as a network security expert.
Dave – Dave Marcus currently serves as Director and Chief Architect of Threat Research and Intelligence for McAfee®’s Federal Advanced Programs Group. His focus includes advanced research and threat intelligence projects such as Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) analysis, financial fraud malware, hardware-assisted security architecture and SCADA/ICS research. In his spare time he rides his Harley, is an avid powerlifter, metalhead and family man. He also enjoys practicing the art of lockpicking and is a hacker of things.
Nick – Nick Farr is an accountant based in NYC. He’s been called the “Johnny Appleseed” of the Hackerspaces movement in the United States. @nickf4rr, nickfarr.org, facebook.com/nicholasfarr
SkyDog – With 20+ years of experience in network security and computer science, SkyDog possesses a unique skillset of technological diversity and depth. His accomplishments range from the design and support of enterprise level system architectures, to developing custom security products and solutions. As an industry leader in the hacker community, his expertise in vulnerability assessment and exploitation, provide him with valuable insight for developing security strategies. He is responsible for establishing and running several Information Security conferences, including Outerz0ne and SkyDogCon.”

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