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´╗┐DIY CTF - How to gain momentum on your security awareness program by hosting a CTF - Matt Thelan (ShowMeCon 2017) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

DIY CTF - How to gain momentum on your security awareness program by hosting a CTF
Matt Thelan

ShowMeCon 2017
http://www.showmecon.com

Learn how to create a CTF for non-security folks within your organization to help increase security awareness, get exposure for your security program, or just to give the IT folks something fun to do.á I will walk you through initial goals that were set as well as the challenges we faced, ásuch as how we picked 30 people from among thousands to participate.

Bio: Matt Thelen has been in IT for 12 years with 9 years devoted to IT security. Matt works as a pen tester on the offensive security team at Enterprise. Prior to coming to Enterprise, Matt worked as a consultant focusing on a wide array of IT, from business continuity planning and vulnerability assessments to printer support . Before getting into the IT field, Matt spent 6 years in the US Army Infantry.

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