Local IT Security Group Hosts Monthly Meeting on Tuesday in New Format

Local IT security group NolaSec (Nola Security) is holding a meeting in its revamped format next week. From 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Tuesday, July 12th at The Bridge Lounge in New Orleans, the group composed of researchers, professionals, and students will experience five presenters sharing new research and technologies in the IT security field. It will be an informal event where attendees and speakers can network while enjoying food and drinks.

The group brings these people together for a monthly meeting where attendees can learn about new research and IT security in a quick presentation format. The old meeting format hosted only one speaker per event. Now, the “fire talks” format is in place, where four to six speakers will be presenting at each meeting for five to six minutes each. Next week’s speakers are some of the area’s top information security experts and will be discussing a wide range of technical talks throughout the evening:


Registry Decoder: Automated Acquisition, Analysis, and Reporting of Registry Contents
Andrew Case / @attrc
Digital Forensics Researcher – Terremark

Would you like some salt with your passwords?
Dr. Lodovico Marziale / @vicomarziale
Senior Security Researcher – Digital Forensics Solutions

Android Mind Reading
Joe Sylve / @jtsylve
Senior Security Researcher – Digital Forensics Solutions

Attacking your browser for fun and profit
Chris McGowen / @chrismcgowen
Development IT Lead – Carrollton Group

Hidden Legal Pitfalls of Digital Forensic Research
Brian Roux / @digitalinquest
Owner – Digital Inquest