See the Secureworks Team in Action at DEF CONSecureworks will participate at DEF CON hacker convention August 5th through the 8th, immediately following Black Hat. For more information about the event visit the DEF CON website.
Trenton Ivey Senior Security Researcher for Secureworks Counter Threat Unit and Technical Lead
Trenton currently builds tools to assist with offensive testing, and helps defenders find creative ways to respond. Prior to joining Secureworks, Trenton helped build the network penetration team for a Fortune 500 company, performed web-application and device testing for a PA-QSA company, and provided IT support for one of the largest health systems in the US. Trenton received his Bachelors of Science in Biology and Chemistry and now regularly tries to find ways to apply lessons learned from the physical world to the digital one.
Eric Escobar-Principal Security Consultant, Secureworks.
On a daily basis he attempts to compromise large enterprise networks to test their physical, human, network and wireless security. His team consecutively won first place at DEF CON 23, 24, and 25's Wireless CTF, snagging a black badge along the way. Forcibly retired from competing in the Wireless CTF, he’s now a member of the DEF CON Wireless Village team. Before entering the cyber security arena, Eric attained both a BS and MS in Civil Engineering along with his Professional Engineering license.
Secureworks In-person Sessions at DEF CON
Inspecting Signals from Satellites to Shock Collars
Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm PST in Las Vegas 1+2 | SOLD OUT
Invisible signals control everything from satellites to shock collars. Wireless security can be intimidating, especially when research requires a low-level understanding of the many ways radio waves can carry data. The concept of using light to send messages is not hard to grasp, but the several abstraction layers between physical radio waves and decoded data packets obscure what is really happening when wireless devices communicate. By examining several topics that are rarely presented together, this workshop provides the introduction to wireless hacking that we both wish we had when starting out. If you want the ability to see and manipulate the unseen, this workshop is for you.Aerospace Village | Workshop – Downloading weather satellite images.
Ham Radio Village – QRP Long Distance, Low Power Radio Communication.
Wireless Village – Capture the Flag Competition https://wirelessvillage.ninja/
Wireless Village - Frag, You’re it - Hacking Laser Tag.