September 25, 2017

AntiMatter Security Talk: Black Hat

AntiMatter Security Talk Black Hat Briefings

Last spring, five Cyber Security alumni created a startup company for penetration testing called AntiMatter Security, LLC.

In previous years, these students volunteered at Black Hat Briefings as paid workers, but this year they returned to Black Hat as trainers teaching two 2-day classes they developed called “Attacks Over GSM With Project Mayhem.”

The workshops taught participants new attack techniques to help defend networks and how to combine Red Team and Pen-tester prowess to create a less common attack tool, a device that participants will build at the training and can take home with them.

With the new Project Mayhem Kit, it’s easier to think like a hacker thinks, engaging in a live environment with an innovative attack tool that you will build and deploy. In this completely hands-on training, you will demonstrate your new abilities to hack air-gapped systems and bypass perimeter defenses over a GSM network.

AntiMatter Security at Black Hat Briefings

AntiMatter Security at Black Hat Briefings

The AntiMatter Security team would like to discuss their experience at this huge industry event, talk about how to navigate the industry and offer tips for current students.

Attend this event at UAT:

  • Who: UAT alumni who formed startup AntiMatter Security, LLC
  • What: Follow-up to Black Hat Briefings – Talk and Q&A
  • When: Thursday, September 14, 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Where: UAT Theater
  • Why: To educate and share information with UAT Community

The AntiMatter Security team is made up of William Peterson (Network Security, Technology Forensics), Stephen Chicosky (Network Security, Network Engineering), Kenny Welch (Network Security), Roger Brambila (Network Security, Advancing Computer Science) and Roger Allen (Network Security, Advancing Computer Science).

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