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Disaster Strikes: A Hacker's Cook book - Jose Quinones, Carlos Perez Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Disaster Strikes: A Hacker's Cook book
Jose Quinones, Carlos Perez
Derbycon 2018

Go back in time to September 21, 2017 after Hurricane Maria passed over Puerto Rico and two guys flew from Louisville Kentucky back to a disaster stricken home island. No communications, No Power, almost no technologies worked. What can a Hacker do? First, call on the community or as it happened, the community responded without calling. Derbycon, various B Sides, Hackers for Charity and many individuals gave money and time to help out. But, once on ground zero you are basically on your own and you have to hack your way back to civility and survive.

José L. Quiñones has 20+ years of experience in the IT field and holds a Bachelors in Science in Electronic Engineering Technology and various professional certifications in systems administration and cybersecurity. Jose has mainly worked in the Health and Education industries, works as an independent consultant in IT infrastructure, cloud and security architecture. In addition, Jose has worked with the start-up community and in the creation of the first IoT Lab in the Caribbean towards the goal of research and development of new technologies and solutions to build Smart Cities. He is President/Co-Founder of Obsidis Cosortia, Inc a not for profit organization which mission is to promote professional development of information security for IT professionals, students and enthusiasts, and security awareness to the general public. Finally Jose, runs the local Defcon Group 787, is the head organizer of “Security B Sides Puerto Rico” and runs a personal blog about systems administration and security CODEFidelio.org. Carlos Perez has over 20 years experience in the security field. He is currently the Research Lead at TrustedSec helping develop new TTPs for the Force team. Carlos is best known for his contribution to the Metasploit, tools like DNSRecon and the overall Windows PowerShell security community. He is a co-host in the SecurityWeekly Podcast. He is Co-Founder of Obsidis Cosortia, Inc a not for profit organization which mission is to promote professional development of information security for IT professionals, students and enthusiasts, and security awareness to the general public.

@josequinones, @carlos_perez

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