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Monthly Chapter Meeting – April 2020 (VIRTUAL)
April 2, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Monthly Chapter Meeting – April 2020
April 2 @ 6 – 8:30 pm
REGISTRATION – ONE LINK FOR ALL – YOU MUST RSVP
Guest & Member Registration – https://raleigh-issa-april-2020-virtual.eventbrite.com
6:00 PM – 6:15PM – Board Updates
6:15 PM to 7:15 PM – KeyNote “Insider Threat Common Questions” by Erich Anderson
7:15 PM to 7:30PM – Break
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM – Back to Basics w/ Alex Hardt
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM – Career Services (we will provide another meeting link for this session @7:30pm)
TITLE: Insider Threat Common Questions
We will explore a deeper look into the Poneman Study on insider threats and a more general exploration of metrics, skill sets and processes when it comes to program development, internal operations best practices and components in between. The session is intended to be open-ended gathering participation from the attendees, no right or wrong answers just sharing experience from within the crowd.
Speaker: Erich Anderson
Title: Insider Threat Principal
Bio: Erich Anderson serves as a professional consultant for Proofpoint/ObserveIT who brings experienced information security knowledge of over 15 years around Insider Threat, cyber security and risk mitigations. Previously, Mr. Anderson was responsible for running fusion, analytics, and mitigations at the FBI where his leadership, teams and platforms assisted numerous insider threat investigations, e-discovery requests and complex technical challenges on a regular basis. He is known to build effective insider threat programs and assisted in the creation of national policy and minimum standards for insider threat as directed via EO 13587 and was a founding member of the National Insider Threat Task Force. Mr. Anderson has a passion for assisting people understand policies, implementing best practices and sharing lessons learned in all information security realms with a specialty around insider threat.
BACK TO BASICS
Abstract – Splunk is often mis-construed as a SIEM only. Splunk is so much more than that. If you have a mountain of data that you need to sift through and make sense of, Splunk is the tool for the job. The best part is for people with home labs (like you and me), we get the five-finger discount (free) up to 500mb of log ingestion per day. In this B2B session, we will look at how to install Splunk on a Linux machine, put some data in it, and use it to build useful charts.
Speaker: Alex Hardt
Alex is a graduate student of network technology at East Carolina University, as well as an intern at Cisco. He has completed his CCNA, CCNA Security, Security+, and a few more. He has a passion for learning and home-labbing, and turning boring logs into actionable information.
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