Boston Security Meetup (Virtual) – CANCELLED

Date(s) - Thu. Jan. 20, 2022
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


The Boston area has one of the most diverse information security ecosystems in the world. Over the past several years our local community has been increasingly underserved and misaligned, so we are trying to do our part by organizing a monthly meetup (and more).

Meet us at Gather Town! Don a virtual avatar and listen to talks as if at a live conference and network with fellow people in separate one-to-one talks that you can walk in and walk out as you would do in the real world!

For more information about this free event, please visit:

This months talk(s):

Talk 1 – 7:00 PM
Identifying potential rogue employees by Nikki Evans

Security threats come from many sources, are you looking at potential threats inside your organization? In this talk we discuss some of the patterns of behavior and environmental conditions you should be aware of in identifying and heading off potential rogue employees that can cause significant harm to an organization.

Speaker Bio: Nikki Evans is a speaker, coach/consultant on a mission to make work places … work better.

Talk 2 – 7:45 PM
Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack by Bobby Rauch

Abstract: In September, Cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs published a story about a vulnerability Bobby discovered, entitled “Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack” ( Bobby will be presenting a technical walkthrough of the vulnerability, and the tools and techniques used to discover it.

Speaker Bio: Bobby Rauch is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant and Penetration Tester with Brookline based K Logix Security.

Agenda is as follows:
6:30 PM – Meetup is open for guests to join (Gather)
6:45 PM – Announcements
7:00 PM – Talk 1 – Identifying potential rogue employees by Nikki Evans
7:30 PM – Break and general chatter
7:45 PM – Talk 2 – Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack by Bobby Rauch
8:15 PM – Break and general chatter
8:30 PM – Meetup ends

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