May 20, 2014

Tevora to Sponsor Layer One Security Conference

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Tevora is pleased to be a gold sponsor of Layer One, the premiere security  conference in Los Angeles, on May 24 and 25 at the Doubletree Hotel in  Monrovia, CA.

The event features speakers from all across the globe and on  topics ranging from lock picking and MPLS security to covert data gathering and  HIPAA compliance. Speakers come from a diverse background and include a focus not just on the nuts and bolts of technology but the social impact as well.

Security consultants Matt Mosley and Kevin Dick of Massive Labs will be featured speakers on “Bug Bounty Extortion,” chronicling hacker exploitation of the web application vulnerabilities of a major corporation and the remediation process.

Mosley is the Manager of Threat Research at Tevora and runs MassiveLabs, a security  consulting and research company in Lake Forest, CA. Matt has more than 10 years experience in the computer industry, most of them in consulting for large enterprise customers. His main focuses are penetration testing, application security, malware analysis, and security training.

Dick is a security consultant at Tevora where he consults for both the private and public sectors in large enterprises. His main focuses are penetration testing, application security, and network security.

 

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Massive Labs is the threat arm of Tevora, handling all things related to network penetration testing, application penetration testing, malware research, social engineering, and security training such as security awareness and secure code training. Massive Labs’s experienced pentester’s set the stage for almost all activities and services performed by Tevora, the nation’s premier management consulting firm specializing in information assurance, governance and compliance services and solutions. We work with some of the world’s leading companies, institutions and governments to ensure the safety of their information and their compliance with applicable regulations.