about the event
Robert “RJ” Burney is a tinker of all things Cyber. He has enterprise level experience in a variety of cybersecurity disciplines including architecture, engineering, forensics, penetration testing, reverse engineering, networking, software development, malware analysis, and intelligence research. His works involve providing high level intelligence on cyber criminals and nation states in support of the FBI and other government agencies. He is an active supporter of the cYbor community initiative and a supporter of SOFWERX open source missions.
This weeks topic will be a hands on introduction to Virtual Machines. We will install/setup a Virtual Machine (Virtual Box) and install/setup an operating system (Kali Linux) within this virtual environment. Please, bring your laptops as we kick off our inaugural Security 101 Meetup.
Parking Information and Directions:
For those who have not been to our beautiful new building before, public parking is available in the Palm Parking Garage. There are two-hour parking spots available along the street as well. The main entrance to SecureSet is located on the patio at the East side of the old Don Vicente hotel. You will see an open black gate at the back-right corner of the East patio. Take the stairs to the second-floor patio and enter through the French doors.
Please also see Kim and sign in on the SecureSet tablet.