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How Security is Changing But Not Changing

Recorded Live:May 24, 2011

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Web Conference Overview:

They say the only constant is change. In information security, threat vectors keep changing and attackers keep finding the security gaps in old and new technologies. Is the current cloud paradigm yet another example of this? Has the cloud paradigm introduced issues which show that the security industry keeps playing catch-up or are things really changing? In an attempt to demonstrate this, this session will discuss the Cloud threats and current security methods.

Mike Lee - Senior Product Marketing Manager - Websense

Speaker Biography:Mike Lee has over ten years experience designing and marketing enterprise security products. Prior to joining Websense, he provided independent management consulting services to security vendors in the identity/access management, endpoint security, Web firewall, database security, SSL VPN, and browser security market segments. Additionally, Lee has held product marketing positions at both Check Point Software and Imperva. Lee started in the security market as an Internet technology venture capital investment analyst for Metro AG – the world’s second largest retailer. He holds an M.B.A. from the UCLA Anderson School and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA.

Pete Lindstrom, CISSP - Research Director - Spire Security

"Cloudy” Computing Assessing the Risks and Applying Controls

Presentation Overview:Technology architectures change so much that it is enticing to believe that we must rethink our security controls in support of it. The truth is, if we understand how risk works and we understand how the controls we apply address those risks, then we are on solid ground and can apply these principles in action. This presentation will use Cloud Computing as a backdrop for applying risk assessment techniques and discuss how cloud architectures might affect the control environment.

Speaker Biography:Pete Lindstrom is Research Director for Spire Security, an industry analyst firm providing analysis and research in the information security field. He has held similar industry analyst positions at Burton Group and Hurwitz Group. Previously, Lindstrom was a security architect for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and an auditor (for Coopers and Lybrand and GMAC Mortgage). Lindstrom honed his finance and technology skills in the United States Marine Corps. Currently, he conducts research in developing areas of information security. A frequent speaker and author on information security topics, he was recently elected Chief Operating Officer of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA). He holds a finance degree from the University of Notre Dame.

Roszel C. Thomsen II Esq. - Partner - Thomsen and Burke LLP

Going Dark: An Amalgam of Solutions

Presentation Overview:Roszel C. Thomsen II is a Partner in the Law Firm of Thomsen and Burke LLP. His talk, "Going Dark: An Amalgam of Solutions”, will address the concerns expressed by law enforcement community that the use of cloud technology and cryptography will result in a loss of investigative capabilities, and will offer a number of potential solutions to address these concerns.

Speaker Biography:Roszel C. Thomsen II concentrates on international trade and investment law with an emphasis on representing information technology and life sciences companies and their trade associations in regulatory, legislative, and enforcement matters. Thomsen is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, a co-author of United States Export Controls, and an editor of the Journal of Internet Law. He is a member of the Steering Committee on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Information Technology Study Group, a member of the Commerce Department, Bureau of Industry and Security’s Information Systems Technical Advisory Committee, and has participated twice as an Industry Representative on the United States Delegation to the Wassenaar Arrangement in Vienna, Austria.

Michael F. Angelo, CRISC, - Chief Security Architect, NetIQ; Chair - ISSA Web Conferences Committee

Moderator Biography:Michael F. Angelo, CRISC, is currently the Chief Security Architect for NetIQ, the Chair of the ISSA Web Conferences Committee, and the newly announced ISSA Professional of the Year for 2011. Amongst his many accomplishments he was a Staff Fellow at Compaq and HP, a Sigma-Xi distinguished Lecturer, and named Inventor of the Year for the City of Houston (with 52 granted patents in the area of security). His blogs can be found on the NetIQ Community site, RSA360 site, and on the SC Magazine sites.
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