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Bishop Fox to Sponsor & Present at CactusCon 11

Date:
January 27-28, 2023
Location:
Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, AZ
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Join us at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, AZ on January 27-28th, 2023 for two days of talks, workshops, CTF, and events. Bishop Fox is a proud Gold Sponsor. Stop by our table and chat with our consultants and recruiters or join us virtually on Discord. We can't wait to tell you about our mission, culture, fascinating work, and career opportunities. And don't forget our amazing swag we'll have on hand!

Bishop Fox solutions architect, Alissa Gilbert, will present their session, "Surveillance in Your Pocket," on Saturday, January 28 at 10:30 a.m. MST. 

"Surveillance in Your Pocket"

Your smartphone is your best friend and worst enemy. Are you being listened to? Do you want to listen to someone else? This apps on your phone know more about you than you think, and there are more tools to make you cringe. Yes and no, “they are listening.” The apps are gathering so much information it seems like they are listening. This talk will discuss what privacy concerns you should have with your smartphone and will discuss how you can use your smartphone to do some surveillance of your own.

Register for CactusCon 11 at: https://www.cactuscon.com. Attendance is free!


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About the speaker, Alissa Gilbert (dnsprincess)

Solutions Architect

Alissa Gilbert is a solutions architect at Bishop Fox. They appreciate teaching and leading others through community involvement and speaking. Alissa has been featured at GrrCON, ThotCon, and ShmooCon speaking on topics like breaking and entering, physical security, digital forensics, anti-forensics, and malware. They organize CircleCityCon, a hacker conference in Indianapolis focusing on professionals, students, and hackers in the community. Alissa's skills in wireless security led to their adventures wardriving and compromising wireless networks. They also mentor new security professionals, bridging the gap from learning to landing their first infosec job. Alissa is always looking forward to the next area of research to share, and continues to explore the depths of offensive security.

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