Protecting Passwords in a Post-Quantum Computing Era with Military-Grade Crypto 🗓

— (Cybersecurity SIG) – creation, storing, vectors, passwords your worst enemy cannot crack …

Tustin Map

Meeting Date: Monday February 27, 2017
Time: 6:30 PM Networking; 7:00 PM Presentation
Speaker: Carlos A. Villegas of Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Location: Tustin ATEP-IVC
Cost: none, Food and beverage at this event is free and is sponsored by CyberSecurity SIG.
RSVP: requested, through website
Event Details: IEEE vTools

Summary: This presentation is about how to create and store passwords in a secure way using military-grade cryptography so that even in the hands of your worst enemies they can’t be cracked!
It will look at will passwords from a digital forensics point-of-view to show the audience what needs to be done, on the back-end, to secure them properly. At least four live password attack vectors demonstrations will be demonstrated live along with a way on how to properly defend against those attacks.

Bio: Carlos Villegas Northrop Grumman employee for 20 years
Programming since age 13. Professionally for 25 years
Master of Science in Cyber Security ΠNYU, January 2016
Master of Science in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence ΠUSC
Open Source Contributions: Linux Logs for Digital Forensics, Secure Messaging with Steganography
Participated in five Capture The Flag (CTF) cyber offensive competitions
Nationally ranked 10th place by scoring 100% in 2015 entry quiz for U.S. Cyber Challenge.
Nationally ranked 37th place in National Cyber League 2014, silver bracket
Mentoring high school students for US CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition since 2014, currently ~70 students.
Attended U.S. Cyber Challenge 2014 in San Jose, California
Attended U.S. Cyber Challenge 2015 in Cedar City, Utah.
Serving as Cyber Advisor to KMEX Channel 34, Los Angeles, California.
CompTIA Security+ certified