All decks
  • NSF Summit 2018: Software Engineering Guide Training

  • PEARC18: Software Engineering Guide Training

  • Cryptography

    Cryptography introduction from 2018 CACR Cybercamp.

  • Designing For Security From the Beginning

  • Finding Your Way In The Dark -- Craft 2018

    Presented at CraftConf 2018, "Finding Your Way In the Dark: Security From First Principles" is a lesson in stepping back from checklists and vague requirements to do real information security from first principles, using IU-CACR's Information Security Practice Principles.

  • Software Security Bootcamp: Architect's Edition

    Slides from the full-day training "Software Security Bootcamp: Architect's Edition" at CraftConf2018

  • Leadership Journey

    Leadership Journey talk from ITLP2018

  • OSG AC Call 14Feb2018

    Slides from OSG Security report at OSG AC call 13 December 2017.

  • OSG AC Call 13Dec2017

    Slides from OSG Security report at OSG AC call 13 December 2017.

  • Quad9: Friend or Folly?

    CACR Security Brownbag discussion on Quad9 DNS Service.

  • [NewGuard ProDev] Technical Writing

    "Technical Writing: why and how" is a short, lightweight introduction to how technical writing skills can help accelerate a hacker's career, how to get them, and where to show them off so that they work for you.

  • IS: Work Capacity

    Indiana Startups: Increasing Work Capacity

  • Finding Your Way In The Dark

    Presented at the 2017 NSF Cybersecurity Summit, "Finding Your Way In the Dark: Security From First Principles" is a lesson in stepping back from checklists and vague requirements to do real information security from first principles, using IU-CACR's Information Security Practice Principles.

  • Rebuilding a Plane In Flight

    Slides from the half-day training "Rebuilding a Plane in Flight: Refactors Under Pressure" at the 2017 NSF Cybersecurity Summit

  • Saving Time, Saving the Internet

    Keynote from Cornerstones of Trust 2017

  • Social Engineering

    Trying to give the basic ideas behind social engineering, plus a little practice, in 50 minutes or less. Tall order!

  • CACR Cybercamp 2017

    Slides from CACR Cybersecurity Camp 2017

  • Finding Your Way In The Dark

    Presented 10 May 2017 at O'Reilly OSCON, "Finding Your Way In the Dark: Security From First Principles" is a lesson in stepping back from checklists and vague requirements to do real information security from first principles, using IU-CACR's Information Security Practice Principles.

  • Rebuilding a Plane In Flight

    Slides from the half-day training "Rebuilding a Plane in Flight: Refactors Under Pressure" at O'Reilly OSCON 2017

  • Funding Models for Startups

  • CeWIT Cybercamp 2016

    Slides from CeWIT Cybersecurity Camp 2016

  • Think Like a Software Engineer, Think Like a Software Security Professional

    First given at the 2Nov2016 meeting of Brooklyn OWASP, this talk gives a view of critical software engineering practices and mindset missing from the traditional CS education path and how to teach them, and bridges that to software security practice.

  • Starting Up In the Flyover States

    How one city did it wrong (and right). Originally written for the 25 August 2016 meeting of Bloomington in Business, this presentation describes changes in Austin from 2003 to 2016 as a result of their moves to germinate more startup culture, and how the presenters believe that Bloomington, Indiana can do better. Content by Andrew Kirch and Susan Sons.

  • Ethics For Infosec Beginners

    Slides from my ethics presentation at the CACR Security Matters Cybersecurity Camp for highschoolers 2016

  • Saving Time

    How a few committed people helped hold up the internet...again.