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Tuesday, October 30 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
A Hacker’s View of Your Network—Analyzing Your Network with Nmap FILLING

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Nmap is a common open-source network mapping and exploration tool used by attackers to enumerate your servers and services. It also features a Lua-based script engine that can be used to rapidly detect vulnerabilities across your network, helping you stay one step in front of threats. Learn the basics of what your network looks like to attackers and how to use their tool to monitor your perimeter, automate vulnerability scanning, and help keep your systems secure.

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Joe Schottman

Security Analyst focused on R&D, Truist (not speaking on behalf of them)
Joe Schottman is an application security focused security professional with experience ranging from web application development to DevOps to purple team engagements. He has spoken at regional and national conferences on threat hunting, web shells, purple teams, and more.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 2:00pm - 3:30pm CDT
Cumberland Room 3-4