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Physical Security; Make sure your building is "Butter Knife Proof"...
GCS8 and Ginsu
Physical Security do's and don'ts on a budget. A humorous but intelligent look
at a physical penetration done with the simplest of implements, a butter
knife... Pictures and video of our two intrepid explorers as they physically
compromise the security of their workplace, all the while discovering that a
butter knife will cut swiss cheese security quickly and easily. Originally done
as a lightning talk, the requests to do a full length talk poured in and led us
to expand on it. Come laugh with us as we show you issues you are likely to
encounter at your own office!
GCS8 is a mostly hardware-oriented person and loves to take things apart. He has
an odd need to know how everything works, and has spent most of his life in
front of a computer. His dad is a PHD from MIT, so growing up he always got
amazing answers to anything he asked, was always encouraged to learn and was
supplied with what he needed to do so. He's now a systems engineer who makes up
projects at work to keep from getting bored.
Having grown up with a mother married to an IBM SE and a Unix guru father, Ginsu
was bound to be a geek. Using DOS from age 4, he quickly figured out how to get
around any and all attempts by his parents to limit his priveleges, and by age
11 had been banned from AOL after being caught intruding a mail server. By high
school, he spent his leisure time writing fun programs to control the attendance
and grade book systems, and was banned from the network 6 times in a row without
being reinstated. After high school, he joined the Army to do FM radio
communications, and spent most of 2008 in southern Iraq. He currently does
Network/Systems Administration at The Fortress of Solitude with GCS8.