2021

Public Speaking

Grimmcon 0x04

Keynote: Blood In The Wires: How The Tech Industry Fails Humanity

The tech industry has given us so many important advancements in the quality of human life. But who's life is truly improved by it? In this talk, Emily considers the blind corners that exist in technological development and the hidden communities that bear the burden of our modern technological comforts.

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2020

Public Speaking

Dragos Industrial Security Conference (DISC)

Kyberite TTPs

Red teaming in ICS differs from red teaming in IT environments. In this talk, Emily Crose and Chris Nourrie discuss some of those differences, along with some tools and techniques Dragos' red team uses in client engagements.

The Diana Initiative

So, I Made A Microdot

The history of illicit information transfer crosses directly over microdots. In this talk, Emily talks about the production process and how you can make a microdot at home with simple household items.

DEFCON Crypto Village

Fun With FOIA

Asking the government questions isn't as hard as you'd think. In this talk, Emily explains how to use the Freedom of Information Act to get answers to questions you have for the US Government.

BSides NOVA

Burning Your SOCs: How Burnout Impacts Defense

In this talk, Emily discusses the use and overuse of human resources in security operations. She also mentions the "mechanical Turk" problem that currently exists in the application of 'artificial intelligence' driven security products.

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2019

Public Speaking

Spycast @ International Spy Museum

Bsides Charm

Anatomy & Evolution of a Fast Flux Malware Campaign

Emily takes a deep dive into a fast flux malware campaign found in in 2018. She also helps the audience understand how these campaigns work and why they are effective.

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2018

Public Speaking

The Diana Initiative

Anatomy of a Massive Malware Campaign

Emily takes a deep dive into a fast flux malware campaign found in in 2018. She also helps the audience understand how these campaigns work and why they are effective.

Tom Tom Founder's Festival

Decrypting Crypto Fascist Symbolism With Tensorflow

Can machine learning be adapted to determine the background of symbolism? In this talk, Emily explains how she used a program called 'Tensorflow' to identify and label white nationalist symbolism.