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The Good Samaritan Identity Protection Project – www.thegsipp.org - Zack Hibbard, Chris Brown, Jon Sternstein Derbycon 2013 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

The Good Samaritan Identity Protection Project – www.thegsipp.org - Zack Hibbard, Chris Brown, Jon Sternstein
Derbycon 2013

Description: If you haven’t found somebody else’s personal information on the internet you aren’t trying. For those of us that have, maybe we should be “Good Samaritans” and let the affected people know that their information can easily be found and what they should do about it. That is the goal of The Good Samaritan Identity Protection Project. This will not come without challenges, and just as much as we want to tell you what we are doing, we want you to tell us how we can do it better. This is not a “How To” on Google hacking; there are much better sources on that topic than the three of us.

Bio: “Zack Hibbard – Zack is a husband, father of three, Christ follower, home brewer, and InfoSec “professional” with 10 years (+/-) of experience in IT and Information Security. Zack doesn’t think you’ll read this far but will keep writing in case you are interested in his certifications (GSEC and GCIH) and that he has worked across the finance, human services, legal and health care verticals. Parties that still want to know more about Zack should ask themselves “why?” Chris Brown – Chris Brown is a Security Geek who regularly Googles his own name to see what sort of trouble the tabloids say he is up to. When not punching people and acting badly, he has spent the last two decades hiding from the paparazzi behind a computer screen. He currently works in the Healthcare vertical trying to hack his way around the phrase “We can’t implement Security, because a patient will die!” Jon Sternstein – Jon has years of experience securing a wide variety of environments from the education to finance and healthcare industries. Jon has worked on both the offensive and defensive sides of the field. He graduated with a B.A. in Computer Science, holds the GPEN and many other certs, and is a SANS mentor. Jon loves hacking and travelling the world when he can. He may be spotted outside the con playing guitar for training money.”

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