Join us on Tuesday, March 17 for our monthly chapter meeting with a special guest speaker:  

Deep Dark Web
By Warren Holston

We will be hosting the meeting virtually in light of recent
developments with the Coronavirus (COVID-19):

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Over 96% of the web is hidden behind gates of the Deep Dark Web. Breached data often ends up in data dumps on these hidden corners, sold, traded, or offered for free. These decisions are made based on adversarial motivating factors. As such, it is important for IT auditors, cyber operations professionals, Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) analysts, and security managers to understand the real threats. Join this talk to learn more about what lies within the Deep Dark Web.


Speaker bio
As a career Technical Operations Officer, Mr. Warren Holston has worked throughout the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and defense industry for more than 30 years. He has served as a U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Diver, a collection officer and senior manager in the Central Intelligence Agency, and a Subject Matter Expert for the Department of Defense U.S. Special Operations Command. He has managed and conducted counterterrorism, covert action, and technical collection operations worldwide. He is recognized as having contributed significantly to the national security of the United States of America. Mr. Holston was awarded the CIA’s Intelligence Commendation Medal for “conceiving of, and implementing, a clandestine sensor operation against a high priority denied area intelligence target” and the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal for “superior performance in the conduct of clandestine operations in the CIA.” Mr. Holston is the author of the personal security book “Beware the Predator”. He lectures extensively on the application of personal tradecraft in a digital world. He is also the author of the poetic artwork of “Peace in Darkness, A Study of the Darkness in Humanity”.


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Non-members are welcome without charge! Light refreshments will be served.


Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 6:30 pm

Center for American Progress (CAP)

1333 H St. NW
10th Floor
Washington, DC, 20005

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