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[Raleigh ISSA] Raleigh ISSA July 11, 2019 Chapter Meeting at RTP Headquarters
July 11 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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5:15 – 6:00pm Career Services (Conference Room 1)
5:15 – 6:00pm Back-to-Basics (Main Room) Ryan Scadlock – Threat Modeling
6:00 – 6:45 pm Dinner BackYard BBQ(?)/ Drink / Socializing (Lobby)
7:00 – 7:15pm Board Updates (Main Room)
7:15 – 8:30pm Main Presentation (Main Room) Aaron Rose – Cloud Security
Topic: Threat Modeling
Presenter: Ryan Scadlock
Abstract: Ryan will start with the why of threat modeling and give a working definition, an overview of the three big models STRIDE, Schoenfield’s methodology, and Shostack. Ryan will walk through an example and changes to a design that a good threat model drives. For a main stage presentation,Ryan will add a second example and also discuss a way forward in threat modeling: adding automated processes to assist.
Bio: Ryan Scadlock is a Security Architect on the Emerging Technologies team in Cisco’s Security & Trust Organization. In this role, he focuses on designing security into new technologies, incl. IoT, OT, converged systems of cloud and physical devices, changing security governance models, and stopping quantum cryptography from destroying the Internet as we know it. Previously, he worked in security operations at Cisco and Bridgewater Associates. He transitioned into information security from international policy, researching community militias in the Middle East. When not geeking out about technology, Ryan geeks out about scifi TV, Pathfinder, and his dog.
Topic: Cloud Security
Speaker: Aaron Rose – Security Engineer Check Point Software Technologies
The traditional security perimeter is disappearing, being replaced by border-less workplaces where data roams freely among cloud, network and endpoint applications. This new paradigm entails a widening of the attack surfaces too, leaving organizations exposed to data breaches and cyber-attacks. A modern security paradigm is needed. Check Point enables the mobile workforce by securing all your devices and data, no matter where you are or what you connect to; whether you are downloading emails on your laptop at home, checking your calendar on the phone while commuting or accessing SaaS applications, you can rest assured that your data is secure.
We will discuss:
- How to protect your data when the perimeter is disappearing
- The Evolving Threat Landscape
- Security that is device & application agnostic
- Unified Security Management & Consolidated Threat Intelligence
Aaron Rose is Check Point Software Technologies’ Security Engineer for the Triad & surrounding areas. A subject matter expert in Cloud technologies, Aaron has focused his career on securing organizations & their resources beyond the perimeter of the traditional network firewall.
An avid international traveler, Aaron welcomed the opportunity to spend three months in Tel Aviv’, Israel training with Check Point’s research & development teams at the company’s global headquarters. Prior to joining Check Point, Aaron worked for Cisco as a Cyber Security Partner Account Manager, and Presidio as a Cyber Security Technical Account Manager.
Aaron received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Kentucky and a Masters of Information Systems Security from the University of the Cumberland’s.