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Author: PLUG Announcements
To: plug-announce
Subject: PLUG's Security Meeting Thurs April 18th - Piratebox and active shooter situations

*PLUG's *Security Meeting

Meets on the*3rd Thursday of every month*, starting at 7pm.
For more information see:

This month Aaron Jones has a number of topic he will be covering at the
PLUG Security meeting.

*Part 1*:
In light of recent events occurring in New Zealand we will discuss
active shooter situations, terrorism, and physical security. We will
cover the OODA Loop, mental toughness, and steps you can take to prepare
for emergency situations. Topics will include threat avoidance, the
Marine Corp Combat Hunter Program concept of 'Left Of Bang', and basic
combat life saver tools and techniques.

*Part 2*:
PirateBox is a DIY anonymous offline file sharing device that you can
create at home. The PirateBox is a simple method to get started with
mesh networking and is an exciting way to provide decentralized
communication in your local area. We will discuss how PirateBox and
similar projects can improve your ability to communicate in a grid down
situation, assist with file sharing at parties or events, and even work
as a fun image board.*

About Aaron:
*Aaron, the owner of Retro64XYZ, is a software developer who currently
creates applications for law enforcement. He is also an AZ POST
certified public speaker. He earned a B.Sc., in Computer Information
Systems from Park University in 2013 and an M.A., in Intelligence
Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security in 2014. During that period of
his life he took a double course load and completed his Masters with a
3.695 GPA in a year. He has been the recipient of recognition from the
El Paso Police Department, State Of Texas, Texas Military Forces,
Chandler Police Department, and others.

Aaron is also active in the community as the founder of the Phoenix
Linux Users Group Cyber Security Meetup and regularly teaches members of
the public a myriad of topics related to Cyber Security. His audience
includes students, teachers, law enforcement, military, government
officials, and concerned members of the public with a strong desire to
learn what is going on in the world of technology.

When Aaron isn’t teaching, working, or spending time with his family, he
enjoys relaxing at the pond with a fishing pole while not catching fish,
operating a pistol at the shooting range, or reading books. He owns a
Sega Saturn and a Sega Dreamcast and his favorite video games are Panzer
Dragoon, Road Rash, Phantasy Star Online 2, and Power Stone. He is
currently engrossed in building content for his site and looking for
more ways to reach the public. You should reach Aaron through his
Mastodon or on Keybase. He would love to hear from you, answer your
questions, or find out about the projects you are involved with.

*Meeting Location*:
Desert Breeze Substation
251 North Desert Breeze Blvd West
Chandler, AZ 85226

The Desert Breeze Substation is on Chandler Blvd and Desert Breeze Blvd, 
which is half way between McClintock and Rural.  It is very close
to both the south 202 and 101 freeways.  Public transportation is
available into the late hours.

See the meeting information on our web site
<> for more

See you there,
Brian Cluff

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