New Approaches to Advanced Persistent Threat – July 31

Please join RSA and your peers to an interactive discussion to learn about and share new approaches to advanced security operations.

  • Cyber Kill Chain – Dissected
  • Tactics, Techniques, and Defenses
  • Anatomy of the RSA Attack
  • Detecting Malware and reducing “Dwell Time”

Date and Time: July 31, 1:00pm

Location: Kaspersky Labs, 500 Unicorn Park Drive, Woburn

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John Bastoni:

John Bastoni is a Sales Engineering Manager at RSA. Throughout his 10 years at RSA John has focused on Authentication solutions, Identity and Access Management and Security and Monitoring technologies that focus on detecting and remediating security incidents. John is a CISSP and holds a Master’s degree in Information Security from Brandeis University. John also experienced the RSA breach first hand as an RSA employee and has spoken to many customers and groups regarding the events and experiences.

Mark Carboni:

Mark Carboni is a Sr Security Engineer at RSA, the Security division of EMC. Through-out his 6yr tenure, his focus has been on Security and Monitoring technologies; SIEM, DLP, and Security Analytics. In addition to RSA, he serves part-time in the US Air Force Cyber Surety Operations as a non-commissioned officer. Mark holds various industry and product certifications, an Air University degree, and is a certified Conservation Commissioner for his home town.

 

 

Phishing, Spear Phishing and Malware Delivery – June 12th

Speakers and Presentations:

Anup Ghosh, Ph.D. – Founder and CEO at Invincea, Inc

Prior to founding Invincea, he was a Program Manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) where he created and managed an extensive portfolio of cyber security programs. He has previously held roles as Chief Scientist in the Center for Secure Information Systems at George Mason University and as Vice President of Research at Cigital, Inc. Anup has published more than 40 peer-reviewed articles in cyber security journals. He is a frequent on-air contributor to CNN, CNBC, NPR and Bloomberg TV. A number of major media outlets carry his commentaries on cyber security issues including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Associated Press, FoxNews and USA Today. Ghosh has served on the Naval Studies Board and the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board, informing the future of American cyber-defenses.

George Gal – Founder and Managing Partner at VSR (Virtual Security Research)

George is the founder and managing security consultant of Virtual Security Research, LLC. His specialties include application security assessment and attack simulation with significant experience within, the financial services, commercial software & service provider market segments. Having performed hundreds of application and network security assessments, George is responsible for the discovery of thousands of vulnerabilities and is credited with the public disclosure of several vulnerabilities discovered through independent security research (including vulnerabilities in Microsoft Virtual PC & Internet Explorer).

 

Panel:

Peter Vittands, Information Security Manager, EnerNOC;

Don Borsay, Principle Security Architect, FM Global;

Dan Gortze, Security Systems Manager II, Dell SecureWorks;

Dan MacDonnell, CISO, Boston Scientific

Quinn Shamblin, Executive Director Information Security, Boston University

 

Where & When

Thursday June 12th, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Mass General Hospital – Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease

114 16th St.  Charlestown Navy Yard, Charleston, MA 02129

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Non-Members $20

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