September 2015 ISSA Chapter Meeting
Please Join the Rochester ISSA, with sponsor Bit9/Carbon Black, for dinner from Dinosaur BBQ as well as a presentation by Senior Manager of Engineering for Bit9/Carbon Black, Chris Meile.
Admission is free for current ISSA member and $15 for non-members or expired members. Space is limited so please RSVP.
Where: Nixon Peabody, 1300 Clinton Square, 14th floor (free parking underneath the building, bring the ticket to the meeting for validation)
When: Wednesday, September 23rd , 6:00 PM (Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, September 21st.)
Special Presentation: Modern Threats Require Modern Defenses: 3 Security Concepts for 2016
As our cyber defenses continue to be less than sufficient, we are realizing we must tailor them more to the attacks that face us. While the problem isn’t necessarily in the security technology stack itself, the overall strategy of your the stack, the team, and overall resource utilization must be revisited. We’ll explore three advanced cyber defense concepts that you should be applying or at least considering as we head into 2016: analytics, orchestration, and risk hunting.
Chris Meile, Senior Manager of Engineering, Bit9/Carbon Black
Chris has worked in IT for 17 years with the last 10 years focused on security organizations. His security career began with protecting the original network perimeter to today’s final perimeter, the endpoint. From Operation Security to Incident Response, his goal is to assist organization with understanding their risk and apply sound practice with security technology.