Carolina Terrzas
Welcome Carolina Terrazas
Cyber Security Specialist

Carolina Terrazas has working in infosec for 12 years, at Cisco Security for the last 7. She is a member of the security capture the flag team at Cisco and has spoken to conferences on exploiting critical infrastructure and Modbus process control networks. She is a regular at SecKC and DEFCON, among other security groups.

All devices use recursive DNS as the first step to connect to places on the Internet. Unfortunately, so do cyber criminals. Malware, ransomware, phishing and other scams use DNS servers to look up and connect to infrastructure that is set up by cyber criminals to power these attacks. Nothing stops attacks earlier than DNS-layer security. After all, DNS is the first step in making a connection on the Internet, and if a connection is blocked at the DNS layer, then it stops there.
Join us virtually at 5:30 pm on Wednesday, March 3, 2021

5:30 - Welcome/Chapter Announcements

5:45 - Presentation/Open Discussion

6:30 - Wrap Up

6:45 - Meeting Closeout
Please join us on Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021, at 5:30pm as Carolina Terrazas from Cisco shares more about DNS-Layer Security, how this technology fits with the Cyber Kill Chain for a defensive capability, and limitations to be aware of. She will discuss recent ransomware attacks and at what point in the kill chain a DNS block would have kept a compromise from turning into an enterprise-wide breach.
We encourage open discussions and questions throughout the presentation.

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