Cybersecurity - Mitigate Issues with Trust and Pervasive Information Access
Organization: The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA)
|Event Date/Time: Mar 20, 2013 / 8:00 am - (EST)||End Date/Time: Mar 20, 2013 / 2:00 pm - (EST)|
Cybersecurity-Mitigate Issues with Trust and Pervasive Information Access How do we prepare for the next Big Breach?
Operating in a connected world 24x7 has become the norm, dealing with attacks on the company’s IT assets and data are the new constants. Where are the attacks coming from? What are the tiered security levels to handle these attacks? What needs to be done to compare and contrast approaches to protect IT assets using a security architecture which goes beyond traditional perimeter security and data encryption? What options exist for enterprise certificate management? How can the framework be hardened with advanced cryptography, forensics, penetration testing, entitlement management and network design? How do we quantify the risk for each function, and the overall risk metrics? As Cybersecurity is an all-encompassing discipline that has gained importance year-over-year, the products available have grown and the lessons learned provide a means for tooling to prevent attacks. WSTA offers this full-length seminar on Cybersecurity in 2013 because of its prominence as a key industry topic where industry collaboration is required.
· Co-location security
· Exposure evaluation
· Perimeter security
· Network encryption
· Breach details (RSA or GPP), FFIEC/regulatory updates, and risk assessment
· Social engineering and human vulnerabilities/control strategies