The (ISC)2 Eastern Massachusetts Chapter is happy to invite you to our upcoming event in April.
Theme: Securing Your Virtual Environment
Date and Time: April 3rd, 1:00pm
Location: Kaspersky Labs, 500 Unicorn Park Drive, Woburn
Speakers and Presentations:
Matt Repicky is a Senior Consultant for Security Management Partners with a CISSP from ISC2 and CISA from ISACA. Matt works on a variety of projects for SMP that range from risk based reviews of security programs and infrastructure to active testing of networks and applications. He works primarily with corporations in the financial industry and healthcare with special attention to regulation requirements in these areas. His background in virtualization comes from working with clients and SMP to design, manage, monitor and assess virtual environments.
Understanding security in the virtualization environment is about identifying risks and threats and developing controls to address them. The threats in virtualization are attacks against the hypervisor and the built-in services of the virtualization platform. The risks are unavailability, improper access and improper configuration of the systems. The talk will cover controls you can implement to secure against the risks and threats to maintain control over your environment and information.
Andrey Pozhogin is Senior B2B Product Marketing Manager for Kaspersky Lab North America. In this role he is responsible for all aspects of business product launches including scheduling, accountability and product delivery excellence. In his 5-year tenure at Kaspersky, Andrey has held a variety of positions at Kaspersky in Moscow and the US including Marketing Manager and Launch Manager for both consumer and corporate products.
You’ve now virtualized some or all of your corporate environment. Virtualization is a great technology with numerous and clear benefits. Did you consider security though? You have options to ensure you implement the most efficient solution for virtual environments. In this session we will discuss the different approaches to virtualization security, talk about technologies that speed up the security tasks and may help to save on associated hardware procurement costs.
Panel: Panel members include security engineers from Pegasystems, EMC, The Mathworks, IBM Global Services, JP Morgan and Bottomline Technologies