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  • Finding Stolen Data
    Finding Stolen Data Kirby Plessas Recorded: Aug 10 2017 49 mins
    Regardless of how the material is maliciously obtained, finding stolen data efficiently - before your customers know they have been compromised - is a critical component of information security. Using the Open Source Intelligence methodology presented in this workshop, the information security professional can search and monitor for stolen data as well as users linking to and advertising the sale of your customers' data. With live examples from the dark web, this fast paced tutorial lays the groundwork for safe, effective investigations and includes searching with advanced search operators, email addresses, usernames and people searches in both the public internet as well as the dark web.
  • Insider Cyber Theft and Sabotage: How Does It Work and How Can We Stop It?
    Insider Cyber Theft and Sabotage: How Does It Work and How Can We Stop It? Dawn Cappelli, VP & CISO at Rockwell Automation Recorded: Jun 21 2017 44 mins
    In the current threat environment – with threat actors like North Korea targeting Sony Pictures and Russian hackers targeting the Ukraine power grid – it is important that organizations consider the potential harm that could result from a malicious insider in the organization.

    Learn from a series of real life insider attacks why you should be motivated to mitigating this risk in your own organization. Then learn what you can do about it. Insider threats are happening every day, and it’s fairly easy and inexpensive to start building an effective Insider Risk Program if you understand what to do. It takes teamwork and buy-in from the top, but you’ll be amazed at what you can do with technologies you already have in place. And if you already have a program that’s great – you will learn how to mature that program to mitigate the very serious threat of insider cyber sabotage.

    About the Presenter:
    Dawn is responsible for Rockwell Automation’s global information security program, using a risk-based approach to ensure the company’s products and infrastructure are secure. Dawn’s team collaborates closely with the product security team, and is also responsible for the insider risk program, behavioral analytics, and document retention. Dawn started at Rockwell Automation in 2013 as their Director of Insider Risk, and was named Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer in 2016. Prior to joining Rockwell, Dawn was Founder and Director of Carnegie Mellon’s CERT Insider Threat Center. Before that she developed software for nuclear power plants for Westinghouse. She is a co-author of the book "The CERT Guide to Insider Threats: How to Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Information Technology Crimes (Theft, Sabotage, Fraud),” and is on the RSA Program Committee and DSAC Leadership Council for Intelligence and Threats.
  • Protecting Your Revenue, Reputation and Meeting Regulatory Requirements
    Protecting Your Revenue, Reputation and Meeting Regulatory Requirements Doug Howard, Steve Bergman, Marty Colburn, and Larry Whiteside Jr. Recorded: May 16 2017 62 mins
    Join this panel of seasoned cyber security executives as they discuss the trends shaping the fintech security landscape in 2017.

    From getting the most out of your investments, to meeting regulatory requirements while reducing risk and improving your cybersecurity posture, join the discussion and learn the latest on:
    - Creating a risk based roadmap to allow for prioritizing of resources and projects for the best outcome
    - Understanding and inventorying your most critical assets (upstream and downstream) from Customers’ Data to dependent/supporting systems
    - Updates on breach expenses and impacts to a company’s reputation
    - Evolving regulatory requirements in a common way to map to a security framework of common investment

    Panel Moderator:
    - Doug Howard, VP Global Services, RSA; Prior VP of Security and Business Continuity at AT&T

    - Steve Bergman, Sr. Partner, Fortium Partners; Prior CIO Easter Seals and Goodwill Industries
    - Marty Colburn, Managing Partner, Cloud Partners; Prior CTO FINRA
    - Larry Whiteside, Co-founder and VP, International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP); advisor and board member multiple security companies
  • ISACA Certifications Information and Update
    ISACA Certifications Information and Update Kim Cohen Recorded: Mar 29 2017 43 mins
    Becoming ISACA certified is one of the best ways to prove you have the knowledge and expertise to secure the modern enterprise against escalating IT-related threats and get ahead in your career. Attend this webinar and learn about the CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC certifications, as-well as ISACA’s CSX performance-based cyber security products.
  • The State of Cyber Defense in the Age of Hacks, Breaches and IoT
    The State of Cyber Defense in the Age of Hacks, Breaches and IoT Fred Wilmot (PacketSled), Usman Choudhary (ThreatTrack), Sushila Nair (NTT) Chris Roberts (Acalvio), Joseph Carson(Thycotic) Recorded: Mar 14 2017 64 mins
    Today, every organization is at risk of cyber attacks. It is no longer the question of if, but when. Attackers are motivated, sophisticated and not limited by national borders. With IoT devices increasing in adoption and becoming intrinsic elements in our smart city infrastructure, industrial control systems and transportation systems, improving cybersecurity is essential.

    Join this keynote panel and learn the latest trends in cyber attacks, hacks and breaches in an increasingly IoT world, and the recommendations on how to strengthen the security of our most critical assets.

    - Fred Wilmot, CTO of PacketSled

    - Usman Choudhary, Chief Product Officer at ThreatTrack
    - Chris Roberts, Chief Security Architect at Acalvio
    - Sushila Nair, Principal Consultant at NTT Security
    - Joseph Carson, Chief Security Scientist of Thycotic
  • Climbing the Corporate Ladder… in (Tasteful) High Heels
    Climbing the Corporate Ladder… in (Tasteful) High Heels Jo Stewart-Rattray (BRM Holdich) & Theresa Grafenstine (US House of Representatives) Recorded: Feb 16 2017 62 mins
    For many years, women have represented roughly half of all university graduates. Yet, there is a lingering imbalance of women that progress to senior leadership positions.

    Join two industry trailblazers, Jo Stewart-Rattray, the first woman to serve as CIO with responsibility for both operational and business IT in the Australian utilities space and Theresa Grafenstine, the first woman to serve as the Inspector General of the US House of Representatives, as they discuss how they cracked through the proverbial glass ceiling.

    Attendees will get practical advice on becoming a trusted advisor, building your personal brand, joining the “Old Boys Club,” and the art of gaining influence.

    Jo and Theresa will also reflect on their careers and share lessons learned on the bumps and bruises they encountered along the way with “What they wished they knew 20 years ago…”

    At the end of what will surely be a spirited discussion, attendees will have a chance to pose questions to these two role models who blazed a trail for women in the IT profession.

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