November 2016 Chapter Meeting


Topic: Security and Privacy Challenges

Presentation: Hacking the Fortune 800 via Social Media

Mike Price's presentation covers key factors related to why social media should be considered a preferred vector for mounting cyber attacks against the fortune 500.  A simulated attack will be described including a step-by-step explanation, with some aspects of the simulation being based on real world data and access.

Mike Price is CTO of ZeroFOX. He is responsible for leading and setting the vision for their technology and working with the Symantec team to identify future technology opportunities. He oversees all aspects of engineering, research, development and all other technology operations. Before ZeroFOX, he founded the mobile security company Vulnr. Prior to Vulnr, Mike was Vice President of Engineering at Appthority. In this role, Mike collaborated with the engineering team to build industry-leading products, in particular related to mobile operating system and application security. Previously, Mike was Senior Operations Manager for McAfee Labs. 

Presentation: Incident Response Trends and Case Studies: An Overview of the 2016 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report

For the ninth year, the 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) lifts the lid on what is really happening in cybersecurity. The 2016 dataset is bigger than ever, examining over 100,000 incidents, including 2,260 confirmed data breaches across 82 countries. With data provided by 67 contributors including security service providers, law enforcement and government agencies, this year's report offers unparalleled insight into the cybersecurity threats you face.


  • When

  • Thursday, November 10, 2016
    5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

  • Where

  • Burton Barr Library
    1221 N Central Ave
    Pulliam Auditorium
    Phoenix, Arizona 85004

  • Capacity

  • 150 (100 remaining)

Additional Information

  • CPE: 2
  • Dinner provided
  • Deadline for registration: End of the day on Monday, November 14, 2016

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