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7 Minute Security Webinar Series

7 Minute Security Webinar Series

Below is a list of Webinars hosted by 7 Minute Security:

Upcoming Webinars:

More coming soon!

Past Webinars:

Dealing with Rejection: A DMARC Discussion

Thursday, August 20, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m. CST

Are you in the 85% of organizations that have struggled to adopt a DMARC policy and reject messages that spoof your domain?

Nate Schmitt from Computer Integration Technologies (CIT) will demystify SPF, DKIM, and DMARC so that you can help protect your organization's identity and reputation. Join us to learn more about:

  • The purpose of SPF, DKIM, and DMARC

  • Common challenges during implementation

  • How to best plan an implementation strategy

  • Important considerations following implementation

A recording of this Webinar is available here!

PlexTrac 101: School's in Session!

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 @ 11:00 a.m. CST

Join PlexTrac’s Founder and CEO Dan DeCloss and 7 Minute Security’s President Brian Johnson for a discussion and live demonstration about:

  • What the PlexTrac platform is, who needs it, and the many headaches it cures

  • How PlexTrac can boost YOUR security team’s efficiency and effectiveness and focus on what’s important: getting the real security work done!

Please come prepared with questions as we'll be answering them live as we go!

A recording of this Webinar is available here!

Level Up Your Burp Suite Skills - Part 2

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m. CST

In this session we will cover some additional areas not covered in part 1. Items to be covered are: Macros, Search and Replace, Repeater, Intruder, Collaborator and Extensions like C02 and Autorize for authorization testing.

A recording of this Webinar is available here!

Level Up Your Burp Suite Skills

Tuesday, May 12, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m. CST

Have you used Burp Suite for CTFs or Hack the Box and now you are ready to take your skills to the next level? Come to this Webinar! Never used Burp before? Don’t worry, we'll do a quick overview. Then we'll show you how to use the new scanning engine, save your configuration options and review some of our favorite Burp extensions.

A recording of this Webinar is available here!

How to Create Kick-Butt Credential-Capturing Phishing Portals

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m. CST

Whether you're involved with the offensive or defensive side of security, it's important (and fun!) to be able to create convincing phishing exercises designed to capture corporate creds! In this session, we'll demonstrate how to:

  • Find an irresistible phishing domain (that likely won't be flagged as malicious/suspicious!)
  • Configure a free/cheap virtual machine to host your site
  • Establish a "real" email account to send your phishing emails with
  • Design a phishing page that mimics a "real" corporate Web site
  • Tweak firewall rules to keep your portal hidden from Web bots and misuse

A recording of this Webinar is available here!

Wireless Hacking Fun with Pwnagotchi

Monday, March 10, 2020 at 10 a.m.

In this fun Webinar, we'll talk through building a Pwnagotchi, a cute little device whose sole purpose in life is capturing wireless network handshakes! We'll also show you how to use hashcat to crack captured handshakes. If you want to get some hardware ahead of time so you can follow along at home, here's what I'll be using:

  • Raspberry Pi Zero with pre-soldered GPIO headers - note that the pre-soldered GPIO headers part is really important. If you get a regular RPi Zero, the pins won't connect properly to the Pwnagotchi display, and thus the display will be blank. I learned this the hard way :-). Or, I suppose if you're awesome at soldering things and want to bring that gear along you could but...if you're like me and not good with that kind of stuff, buy the pre-soldered version.

  • Waveshare e-ink display - this is the recommended display according to the Pwnagotchi documentation

  • Power supply - you could grab an AC adapter, but you'll want to be taking your Pwnagotchi on the road so I'd grab a portable power supply like this one. Pwnagotchi has some other portable power supply recommendations as well.

  • A MicroSD card large enough to fit the Pwnagotchi image. I grabbed a 16 gig one because they're so cheap.

A recording of this Webinar is available here!

Pwn the Pentester: Easy Ways to Harden Your Network

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m CST

Attackers and pentesters continue to be super effective at abusing our internal networks for fun and profit. But with a little time and some free tools, we can harden our environment and eliminate a lot of this “low hanging hacker fruit” that attackers love to abuse. Wouldn’t you love to see someone else sweat a little bit during your next pentest?

The reality is that on most penetration tests, there’s a list of 5-10 tools and techniques that will almost always yield an “easy win.” The good news for us is that many of these attacks have easy and free mitigations – but few organizations take the time to learn and apply them! In this session, Brian Johnson from 7 Minute Security will discuss many of these popular network defense strategies, including:

  • Preventing your Active Directory users from picking over 500 million bad passwords
  • Turning your logging “up to 11” to find signs of network compromise
  • Disabling insecure network protocols
  • Enabling SMB signing
  • Installing the Microsoft Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS)

These defenses will be shown live in a lab network, and supplemental documentation will be made available so attendees can apply what they’ve learned when they get back to the office.

A recording of this Webinar is available here.

So You Wanna Start a Security Company?

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 12 p.m.

Sick of spending your days and nights lining the pockets of some huge, heartless corporation?

Had enough of bosses who use your hard work to propel themselves further up the corporate ladder?

Then perhaps it’s time to leave the security and stability of a comfortable corporate job and a reliable paycheck for the terrifying, unpredictable world of small business ownership!

A recording of this Webinar is up on YouTube here.

Network Pentesting 101!

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 12 p.m.

Come and learn some of the dirty tricks attackers use once they gain a foothold on your internal network, such as:

  • Capturing/cracking password hashes
  • Password spraying
  • Dumping domain admin creds in clear text
  • Moving laterally throughout the network

We'll also talk about how to STOP these attacks!

A recording of this Webinar is up on YouTube

MITRE ATT&CK!

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 12 p.m.

This talk will introduce the MITRE ATT&CK matrix and how it can help you shape your security strategy around identifying and detecting attacker techniques and tactics.

The MITRE ATT&CK matrix provides a framework to assess your security posture throughout each phase of the attack lifecycle.

The ATT&CK matrix is a great tool to help you identify your capabilities to detect and respond to true attacker techniques.

We’ll discuss how to shape your security strategy around the attack lifecycle and develop a continuous assessment model

A recording of this Webinar is up on YouTube

Mousejacking!

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 12 p.m.

  • Inject keystrokes over the air to vulnerable mice and keyboards!
  • Own Active Directory environments in one command!
  • (And...how to defend against this attack :-)

DIY $500 Pentest Lab - Part 2: Build an environment to attack!

Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 at 12 p.m.

  • Build a virtual domain controller
  • Join Windows workstations to it
  • Configure some basic GPOs
  • Build a Kali box to attack our new corporate network!

A recording of this Webinar is available on YouTube.

DIY $500 Pentest Lab - Part 1: Hardware selection setup and install

Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 12 p.m. CST

  • Talk through some of the hardware options such as the Intel NUC
  • Create a shopping cart of items to get on Amazon (or your fav' computer parts shop)
  • How to install additional hard drive, memory, etc.

A recording of this Webinar is available on YouTube.

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