Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

  • Can Data Breaches Be Stopped, Really?

    • 8:00am – 9:10am | Room 301 | DAS-201

    The spate of recent data breaches has many wondering if it’s truly possible to stop them. When even large well-known brands are suffering data loss, it’s a valid question. This panel session will…

    Conference Track:
    Larry Ponemon - Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute
    James Christiansen - VP, Information Risk Management, Optiv
    John Townsend - Manager of Information Protection & Security, DTE Energy
    Jon Oltsik - Senior Principal Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc.
    Rich Dandliker - Director of Product Management, Symantec Corporation
  • Three Ways to Lose Data and One Way to Stop It

    • 9:30am – 10:20am | Room 301 | DAS-202

    This session will present case studies of data theft by three different attackers – insiders, outsiders and malware. Our findings reveal that these attackers employed similar techniques that defenders…

    Conference Track:
    Juan Montelibano - Team Lead, Insider Threat Technical Solutions & Standards, CERT
  • Base64 - the Security Killer

    • 10:40am – 11:30am | Room 301 | DAS-203

    Base64 encoding can be used to bypass DLP, to attack web apps and even to attack end users while bypassing firewalls and IDS systems. Its use can also result in the disclosure of sensitive information…

    Conference Track:
    Kevin Fiscus - Security Practice Director, NWN Corporation
  • Data Breaches and Web Servers: The Giant Sucking Sound

    • 1:00pm – 1:50pm | Room 301 | DAS-204

    An analysis of recent data breach events shows a large number of events occur via web servers. Barracuda, Epsilon, Citigroup, eHarmony, Sony and the State of Texas are just a few of the names in the…

    Conference Track:
    Guy Helmer - Chief Technology Officer, Palisade Systems, Inc.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Friday, March 2, 2012

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