Category Archives: Fun & Games

Webcast: What Can Docker Do for Me?

Are you tired of spinning up an entire OS in a VM just to run a tool? Have you ever struggled to install a program you needed? When was the last time you spent hours troubleshooting a complex install process or resolving dependency conflicts? We’ve certainly experienced each of these problems ourselves. But since we […]

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Webcast: Atomic Purple Team Framework and Life Cycle

Jordan Drysdale & Kent Ickler // Jordan and Kent are back again to continue strengthening organizations’ information security human capital (That’s all you folks!). Organization Leadership and Security Practitioners can gain understanding on the potential designed-to-fail Purple Teams initiatives never reached their full potential. The Duo reviews how systemic organizational career pathing created an insoluble […]

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Let’s Talk About TikTok

Derek Banks // I recently heard something on the news that caught my attention.  I suppose that isn’t abnormal these days, but this in particular was the first time I had heard of anything like it.  The US Government was considering banning a popular application in use on mobile devices.  Not just on government devices, […]

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We Have Built a Cyber Range!

John Strand // Hello all! I wanted to take a few moments and share what we have been up to in conjunction with MetaCTF. We have built a cyber range!   https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/services/cyber-range/ Yes, I know very well that this is not interesting.  However, there are a couple of things that are pretty neat about it. First, […]

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Webcast: IPv6: How to Securely Start Deploying

Joff Thyer has dove into everything that is IPv6 and has so much to share about it. He gets really technical but in a way you’ll be able to understand. Google reports that over 30% of their systems access comes via the IPv6 protocol coming into 2020. Many Internet Service Providers have no remaining choice […]

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