Network Incident Handling at Scale, Cheltenham, UK, October 11, 2016

Large security incidents can have a critical impact on privacy, data and online identities. This talk considers how to respond in the face of major a systems compromise.

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Large security incidents can have a critical impact on privacy, data and online identities. This talk considers how to respond in the face of major a systems compromise.

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Date and Time

11 October 2016 - 19:30-21:30

Location

Cheltenham, United Kingdom - Cheltenham - University of Gloucestershire icon_popup (See map)

Organiser

Joint Event

About this event

Speaker: Steve Armstrong

Large security incidents hit the news headlines and customers are often worried and concerned about their privacy, data and online identities.

But how do you deal with a big compromise of your systems? How do you deal with the impact of vast parts of your network being under the control of an attacker? How do you take back your network?

Steve Armstrong will look at the different techniques that can be employed to plan, coordinate and communicate the remediation efforts. He will cover some of the aspects to consider and some methods of ensuring the work is conducted to the right standard. Most importantly, he will impart usable steps and plans that any organization can use should the worst happen.

Programme

19:00 Refreshments available

19:30 Talk commences

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The Speaker, Steve Armstrong is a highly experienced IT Security leader, with extensive hands-on technical abilities. He was the concept designer of Cyber CPR and he teaches for SANS worldwide. With a rare blend of technical, management and most importantly business experience, he has a different view of security, one that is grey, not black and white. With this background, he helps clients develop security strategies that are effective, realistic and achievable. As an incident responder, Steve helps clients improve their security based upon current in-use hacking techniques and methods.
This is a joint talk with the British Computing Society

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Go to the profile of Nick Mazitelli
Nick Mazitelli about 1 year ago

Will materials or a recording be available after the event? I would be interested to see the content, but unfortunately will be unable to make the event.

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Veronica Kopec about 1 year ago

Hello Nick, unfortunately this will not be filmed at this time. Should you wish I can request if an overview of the lecture could be provided.