Meet our speakers …


Jared Haight, Microsoft

Jared Haight is a member of Microsoft’s WDG Red Team and has spent the last two years hiding his terrible social anxiety to try and give something back to the infosec community. This has led to him giving talks at DerbyCon, CarolinaCon, AppSec California, and various BSides as well as teaching classes on PowerShell and Pentesting at different venues. What he lacks in knowledge he makes up for with his self deprecating sense of humor and positive attitude.




Director of Reverse Engineering in R&D for Tenable Network Security.

Carlos is also a Community Developer for Metasploit, contributor to the “Metasploit the Penetrations Testers Guide” Book and has written several Open Source security tools some included in Kali Linux. He is a member of the board for the PTES Penetration Testing Execution Standard and the Init.d Security Group in Puerto Rico. He has presented at Defcon, Bsides, Hack3rCon, SANS and others. He is also a host for Security Weekly and has participated as a security subject matter expert in both radio and television. Carlos loves to write code in Python, Ruby, Powershell, T-SQL and Bash. Carlos holds the Poweshell MVP title since 2014 and its considered one of the most influential information security Powershell contributors.


Brad Duncan, Palo Alto Networks – Unit 42

After 21 years of classified intelligence work for the US Air Force, Brad transitioned to cyber security in 2010, and he is a currently a Threat Intelligence Analyst for Palo Alto Networks Unit 42. Brad specializes in network traffic analysis. He is also a handler for the Internet Storm Center (ISC) and has posted more than 100 diaries at isc.sans.edu. Brad routinely blogs technical details and analysis of infection traffic at www.malware-traffic-analysis.net, where he also provides traffic analysis exercises. His efforts have provided over 1,300 malware and pcap samples during the past 4 years to a growing community of information security professionals.


Jose Fernandez

Jose Fernandez, CompSec Direct

Jose Fernandez is the President and owner of CompSec Direct. He is an InfoSec researcher with over 19 years of experience in the IT field. Jose specializes in InfoSec research by applying offensive methodologies towards practical defensive measures. Jose’s background in CNO, CND and engineering has allowed him to work in some of the most technically demanding environments throughout his career in both private and public sector. Mr. Fernandez is also a Veteran and PhD student pursuing his dissertation in application whitelisting.


Price McDonald, Rapid 7

Price McDonald is a security consultant responsible for managing a team of Penetration Testers in addition to conducting penetration tests against his clients networks, software and hardware. After hours and on the weekends Price enjoys long walks on the beach, breaking hardware, racing cars, and competitive shooting. By day, Justin Berry works as a senior security consultant where he does things and other stuff, but by night, he’s been referred to as a metal-head drinker with a hacking problem. While not undermining secure corporate networks and applications, Justin enjoys a nice, relaxing game of 8-ball, long walks on the beach, etc. Managers hate him because he rarely shows up on time and still slays it. This is what its like when worlds collide.


Killan Ditch, Coalfire

Killian works as a network and application penetration tester with Coalfire in Denver, CO. Having dabbled in security throughout his 10 year IT career, he moved to full time penetration testing approximately two years ago.


Esteban Rodriguez, Coalfire

Esteban Rodriguez works as a Security Consultant working at Coalfire performing network and web application penetration testing. New to the field of offensive security, he previously worked at Apple doing security analysis and incident response. Passionate to learn and share, he wishes to give back to the community through his blog at n00py.io




Pedro Ortiz, Evertec

Pedro works as Blue Teamer /Threat Hunter