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Raleigh ISSA May 3, 2018 Chapter Meeting

Get ready for another AWESOME Chapter meeting. La Tres De Mayo! Dinner MOE's The Raleigh ISSA Chapter is sponsoring the May meeting. 5:15 B2B The role of 3rd party Vendors and Practices in Protecting Information (Digital and Physical) 7:15 Old Dead Dudes and Threat Hunting

5/3/2018
When: Thursday Chapter Meeting
5-830pm
Where: RTP Headquarters/Conference Center
12 Davis Drive
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina  27709
United States
Contact: Board of Directors


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La Tres De Mayo

Raleigh ISSA THURSDAY May 3, 2018 Chapter Meeting

 

 

Meeting Sponsor Raleigh ISSA


 

AGENDA

  

5:15 – 6:00pm Career Services (Conference Room 1)

5:15 – 6:00pm Back-to-Basics (Main Room)-Debra Ferris -  The role of 3rd party Vendors and Practices in Protecting Information

6:00 – 6:45 pm Moe's(Sabroso)/ Drink / Socializing (Lobby)/Vendor table

7:00 - 7:15pm Board Updates (Main Room)

7:15 – 8:15pm Main Presentation (Main Room) Evan Strickland - "Old Dead Dudes and Threat Hunting"

Back to Basics 5:15-6PM

Topic:  Information Management and Security - The role of 3rd party Vendors and Practices in Protecting Information (Digital and Physical)

Presenter

Debra Ferris, Senior Account Executive

COR365 Information Solutions

Main Presentation 7:15-8:30

Presenter

   Evan Strickland

Presentation Title: Old Dead Dudes and Threat Hunting

Intro:

What are the goals of Cyber Security Analysis and why should we pursue it in the first place? What is the criteria for success? Where are we heading? To get you there, this talk will help you understand:

  • Cyber Security and the Art of Argument
  • The Discipline of Decision
  • The Philosophy of Cyber Security Operations
  • Micro-analysis session

Bio:

Cisco ATA’s Global Process and Operations Manager. I have been working in InfoSec Ops for 12 years, in Security Operations Centers (SOC), and see the disciple of education as the engine of InfoSec proficiency. I took part in the development of the CCNA CyberOps certification and training material; while continuously working on SOC improvements and operations. My day-to-day is to wake up, find the bad guys, see the changes in techniques, determine the patterns, train for the future, and find them again tomorrow. I love bringing my wife and two girls along this journey with me; who are my blessing and my joy.

 



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