Chapter Meetings

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 from 05:30:00 PM to 07:30:00 PM (CST)
June Chapter Meeting - Making Music from the Cloud Security Noise, with Orca Security

The volume and types of security noise being generated across a cloud ecosystem can be deafening, bordering on unmanageable. In this presentation, we will discuss how context-aware security intelligence can enable practitioners to make music from the noise by prioritizing the top attack paths that matter most.

Speakers: Ty Murphy- Director of Product Marketing and Tommy Speigner- Principal Sales Engineer

  • 5:30-6pm: Meet your peers
  • 6-6:30pm: Presentation
  • 6:30-7pm: Q&A


Barley's Kitchen + Tap
16649 Midland Drive
Shawnee, KS 66217

Tuesday, March 22nd 5:30-7:30pm
***Please register at Eventbrite to assist in planning

Securing Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments hosted by ReliaQuest

As organizations move to the cloud as part of their digital transformation initiatives, it becomes increasingly clear that the end state is multi-cloud and/or hybrid cloud environments. Our speaker Alex focuses on solving the security issues raised by these complex environments. He will be discussing the various security related challenges with migration to hybrid and multi-cloud environment and offer some insights based on experience, as well as potential solutions.

  • 5:30-6pm: Meet your peers
  • 6-6:30pm: Presentation
  • 6:30-7pm: Q&A

Alex is a Solutions Architect with a CISSP at ReliaQuest. He supports the pre-sales activities across the Midwest. In his time at ReliaQuest he has held numerous roles in the threat detection space including managing ReliaQuest’s detection architecture offering for over 200 customers.

Prior to joining ReliaQuest, Alex worked in the Security Operations Center for a Class One railroad in a few roles that spanned engineering and analysis for SIEM and EDR. He holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from North Dakota State University.

Tuesday Feb 22, 2022 5:30-7:30 PM

Penetration Testing Against Public Cloud hosted by TrustFoundry

Matt South is an experienced pentester, that has focused on public cloud as it continues to expand the attack surface. He’ll be talking through his standard tools and tactics, trends in vulnerabilities, and will sprinkle in a few war stories. We aim for educated discussions, so be sure to bring your questions!

This month’s sponsor is TrustFoundry based in Overland Park. They boast 40 years of collective penetration testing experience, 1000+ assessments delivered, 100% satisfaction, outstanding customer feedback, and high customer retention. Their specialized and highly-skilled team is capable of analyzing today’s complex applications and networks to identify vulnerabilities during penetration testing, many of which are undetectable to automated tools.

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