A Logo

Feel free to include my content in your page via my
RSS feed

Help Irongeek.com pay for
bandwidth and research equipment:

Search Irongeek.com:

Affiliates:
Irongeek Button
Social-engineer-training Button

Help Irongeek.com pay for bandwidth and research equipment:

paypalpixle


Extreme Q-Pwning: Remote Site Security - Quincy Jackson HouSecCon v6 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Extreme Q-Pwning: Remote Site Security
Quincy Jackson
HouSecCon 2015 v6

On-site penetration testing, threat analysis and security event monitoring are likely one of the most challenging tasks for leaders responsible for cyber security at remote sites. Offshore vessels, sites in hostile territories or isolated branch offices are just a few examples where security often differ from their headquartered counterparts. Threat actors using sophisticated cyber-attacks are persistent in attempting to gain access to your weakest link, which is often your remote and isolated sites,.,The Q-Pwn Box (pronounced like coupon) was developed to allow internal cyber security teams to conduct frequent and reoccurring penetration tests, vulnerability assessments, security event monitoring and threat intelligence consumption. The Q-Pwn Box will allow remote assessments from virtually any location without the risks of having open public-facing ports or the cost of running expensive VPN solutions. The Q-Pwn Box essentially empowers the internal security or audit staff to gain on-premise cyber threat capabilities using free and open-source innovative solutions.

Quincy Jackson "QJax" (CISSP, C|EH, GCIA, GWAPT, GREM), is a Red Team & Global Assessment Consultant with over 15+ years of InfoSec experience. Quincy recently served as a technical specialist focusing on Defense Systems design and customization in response to high profile cyber threats against the oil & gas industry.

Back to HouSecCon 2015 video list

Printable version of this article

15 most recent posts on Irongeek.com:


If you would like to republish one of the articles from this site on your webpage or print journal please contact IronGeek.

Copyright 2016, IronGeek
Louisville / Kentuckiana Information Security Enthusiast