NEbraskaCERT’s Cyber Security Forum

January 17, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Johnny's Cafe , 4702 South 27th Street, Omaha, NE

January 2018 Meeting Information

WHAT: Omaha’s Cyber Security Forum
TOPIC: Lifecycle of a Zero Day
BY: John Kennedy
First National Bank
WHO: All Nebraska/Iowa Information Security Professionals
WHEN: Wednesday – January 17th
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
WHERE: Johnny’s Cafe
4702 South 27th Street, Omaha, NE
WHY: To share information with like-minded professionals and share a meal with us 🙂
HOW: Please RSVP to csfrsvp “at” and provide name, company, phone and email address by Close Of Business Monday, January 15th.
DESCRIPTION: John Kennedy (JK) of First National Bank will check in with us regarding the zero-day he reported in June 2017. He will walk through how he discovered it, developed a proof-of-concept exploit for it, and disclosed it. Topics will include fuzzing, seh buffer overflow analysis, and exploit development in python.
The NEbraskaCERT is a non-profit organization that was formed for the open discussion of Information Security Topics. We fulfill our mission through Monthly CSFs as well as supporting other groups and activities in the Omaha metro area.

    1. Just a reminder that there won’t be a December Cyber Security Forum. We take every December off for the Holidays. The next NEbraskaCERT CSF will be in January 2018.
  1. If you need a CPE form for attending the talk please let us know in your reservation. So we can make sure to bring enough printouts.