Secure Network Technologies
Steve serves as President of Secure Network Technologies, focusing on Penetration Testing, Information Security Risk Assessments, Incident Response and Digital Investigations. Steve Stasiukonis has worked in the field of Information Security for over fifteen years, specializing in the use of technology to identify information security vulnerabilities, assessing risk and the collection and interpretation of digital network intelligence. As a part of that experience, Steve is an expert in Social Engineering. He is listed in Wikipedia as one of the most notable Social Engineers and has written and demonstrated actual social engineering efforts involving pretexting, phishing and physically compromising banks, data centers and other highly secure operations and facilities. Steve carries numerous security certifications by various organizations and also serves as a columnist for Information Week magazine and DarkReading.
“Pretending To Be A Terrorist-Using Internet Intelligence to Defeat Security Controls”
The thought of becoming a victim of cyber terrorism is a growing concern for many business, agencies and their executives. Learning their weaknesses, preparedness, and ability to remediate and respond have become a top concern amongst the c-suite. Hired by a major distributor of electrical power across our countries power grid, Steve Stasiukonis will discuss how his company was contracted by the c-suite to simulate a real-world attack by terrorists to test existing people, controls and projected preparedness – also what that interaction was like to get inside the minds of the board room in how they think and react to security events.
In this presentation, Steve will demonstrate the techniques and intelligence used to physically and technically breach the security controls of a facility that could have led to shutdown of electricity across a portion of the U.S. and shows how using publicly available Internet information can defeat security controls. Understanding what is derived about your organization can lead to its demise, don’t miss this presentation.