“What’s in a Name?” Cyber Symposium

Come join us in a joint Cyber Symposium with the Washington State Chapter Infragard and Infoblox – Tacoma. This will be half a day of presentations and discussions on threats to DNS and public cloud systems.

Opening remarks by Special Agent in Charge, Seattle Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Richard A. Collodi

Case Presentation by Special Agent, Joel Martini
Case study discussing US vs. Paige Thompson – a race against time investigation that uncovered talented hackers, historic data theft, and a surprise murder for hire.

Research Presentation by Infoblox Senior Threat Researcher, Christopher Kim
Chris will discuss his research and discovery of large-scale malvertising networks that utilize domain generation algorithms (DGAs) in their infrastructure. He will dive into the details of the work to uncover these networks, with a focus on the impact within the domain name system (DNS) as a control point for securing networks.

Discussion Panel – “What’s in a Name?” Understanding threats to DNS and Public Cloud, with Special Agent Joel Martini (FBI), Christopher Kim (Infoblox), and Dr. Renée Burton (Infoblox)

“What’s in a Name” Cyber Symposium
Friday, October 21, 2022
8:00am – 12:00pm

Infoblox – Tacoma
2106 Pacific Ave. 2nd Floor
Tacoma, WA 98042

Please register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/whats-in-a-name-cyber-symposium-tickets-428371610017