Solomon SonyaSolomon Sonya – Plenary Session Speaker

Solomon Sonya (@Carpenter1010) is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the United States Air Force Academy. He has a background in software development, malware analysis, covert channels, steganography, distributed computing, computer hacking, information protection paradigms, and cyber warfare. He received his Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science and has Master’s degrees in Computer Science and Information System Engineering. Solomon’s current research includes computer system exploitation, cyber threat intelligence, digital forensics, and data protection.

Previous conferences Solomon has spoken at include: SecTor Canada, Hack in Paris, France, HackCon Norway, BlackHat USA, ICSIS – Toronto, ICORES Italy, BruCon Belgium, Hack.Lu Luxembourg, Shmoocon DC, DerbyCon Kentucky, SkyDogCon Tennessee, HackerHalted Georgia, Day-Con Ohio, and TakeDownCon Connecticut, Maryland, and Alabama, AFCEA – Colorado Springs.

Topic 1 (July 16):

Enhancing the threat intelligence framework that includes real time network analysis and memory forensics to discover indicators of compromise.

Topic 2 (July 17):

Exposing vulnerabilities with p2p wireless communications and exploitation.