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Upcoming Events

  • Thu 23 .
    Feb

    All Day Training - Building and Open Source PKI (DTC)

    2017 Robb Reck Free event Your booking will be on the waitlist

    Free ISSA Denver Member's Only Full Day Training Event!

    Breakfast and lunch to be provided for attendees

    Speaker:

    Craine Runton

    Topic:

    Building an Open Source PKI 

    Description:

    Implementing a secure, scalable public key infrastructure (PKI) for internal use can be a daunting task, especially if your experience with PKI is limited to OpenSSL or Active Directory, or your infrastructure is mostly (or entirely) Linux based.
    This course teaches security engineers how to use open-source tools to implement a new automated, scalable, and secure PKI which can be used on all major platforms and architecture. We'll talk through PKI architecture, the tools we will use, and set up a virtual environment. From there we will begin setting up our PKI, walking through configuration and execution of the various tools and applications that we need to build out the PKI. After that, we'll cover automating the issuing of certificates to servers & clients, and manually requesting certificates when needed. Finally, we will secure the sensitive bits, and then review everything we've been over.

    See event details for technical requirements.

    Thursday, 23. February 2017 - 08:00 till 16:30
    All Day Training - Building and Open Source PKI (DTC)
  • Tue 7 .
    Mar

    Sponsor:

    Coalfire

     

    Speaker:

    Craine Runton

     

    Title:

    Building a PKI using Open Source Tools

     

    Abstract:

    Implementing a secure, automated, and scalable public key infrastructure for internal use can be a daunting task, especially if you're experience with PKI is limited to just OpenSSL or Active Directory, or your infrastructure is mostly (or entirely) Linux based. At Distil, I had to go from nothing to a fully functional, in-production PKI in two months with no budget. I'll discuss how I've implemented the scalable, highly-available PKI we now have using freely available open-source tools. We'll cover the project background, PKI architecture, tool selection, and how it was all automated.

     

    Tuesday, 07. March 2017 - 11:30 till 13:30
    March Chapter Meeting (Boulder)
  • Tue 7 .
    Mar

    Sponsor:

    Coalfire

     

    Speaker:

    Craine Runton

     

    Title:

    Building a PKI using Open Source Tools

     

    Abstract:

    Implementing a secure, automated, and scalable public key infrastructure for internal use can be a daunting task, especially if you're experience with PKI is limited to just OpenSSL or Active Directory, or your infrastructure is mostly (or entirely) Linux based. At Distil, I had to go from nothing to a fully functional, in-production PKI in two months with no budget. I'll discuss how I've implemented the scalable, highly-available PKI we now have using freely available open-source tools. We'll cover the project background, PKI architecture, tool selection, and how it was all automated.

     

    Tuesday, 07. March 2017 - 17:00 till 19:00
    March Chapter Meeting (Downtown)
  • Wed 8 .
    Mar

    Sponsor:

    Coalfire

     

    Speaker:

    Craine Runton

     

    Title:

    Building a PKI using Open Source Tools

     

    Abstract:

    Implementing a secure, automated, and scalable public key infrastructure for internal use can be a daunting task, especially if you're experience with PKI is limited to just OpenSSL or Active Directory, or your infrastructure is mostly (or entirely) Linux based. At Distil, I had to go from nothing to a fully functional, in-production PKI in two months with no budget. I'll discuss how I've implemented the scalable, highly-available PKI we now have using freely available open-source tools. We'll cover the project background, PKI architecture, tool selection, and how it was all automated.

     

    Wednesday, 08. March 2017 - 11:30 till 13:30
    March Chapter Meeting (DTC)

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