November 2017 Monthly Chapter Meeting

  • 11/16/2017
  • 6:30 PM
  • Laurel Volunteer Fire Dept., 7411 Cherry Ln, Laurel, MD 20707

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Monthly Meeting for November 2017

Topic: Social Triggers affecting Cyber Crime

Political leaders want to see their constituents increase, typically by either explicitly or implicitly encouraging procreation or immigration. You combine that with automation that increases productivity but has the side effect of decreasing the number of people that have jobs, it can lead to underemployment or even unemployment. Which logically follows these educated people that are left behind, with time on their hands, may be more likely to conduct cyber-attacks. The technology aspect is that it is easier to conduct a cyber op with tools like Metasploit able to be run from Andriod or iOS.


SPEAKER:  Melvin H. Barnes, Jr.

Mr. Barnes has 26+ years of security and program development experience and currently is an employee of the National Security Agency. He was the IT Security Technical Director for his assigned group. He is currently doing IA technology forecasting and working with IA technology start-ups. Melvin has worked on programs in the following areas: PKI, Information Operations, Smart Card Technologies, and Information Assurance.

Melvin has also worked as a contractor. Clients include the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the electrical energy industry. His consulting company is CIP Assurance, LLC.

Born: Washington, D.C.
BS Degree: Electrical Engineering – Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
MS Degree: Systems Analysis & Management – George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Melvin is the married proud father of two teenage boys. Outside of cybersecurity his interests are science fiction, remote controlled vehicles, professional football, rugby, computer/console gaming, and travel.

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