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Join us for our first quarterly TeqTalk. TeqTalks are presentations by industry experts on hot topics in Cybersecurity. Learn about the latest and emerging Cybersecurity trends; cool hacking tricks; share ideas, innovations & initiatives. Mingle with your fellow Cybersecuirty professional. Connect with a new business partners.
Our presenters this session include Inno Eroraha, Founder and Chief Strategist of NetSecurity® Corporation who will be speaking about The Erosion of Digital Forensics Artifacts in Cloud-based Environments and Jason Pubal, Senior Web Application Security Analyst at a large financial services company who will be speaking about Building a Web Application Security Vulnerability Management Program.
The Erosion of Digital Forensics Artifacts in Cloud-based Environments
The migration of corporate data, infrastructure, and applications into cloud computing erases traditional egress and ingress points and corporate technology boundaries. With information, data, and storage now residing outside or out of enterprise “control,” conducting cyber investigations becomes a harder problem.
The exponential growth of technology has fueled anti-forensics techniques and advanced attacks recently. The rapid migration of technology into cloud computing compounds the challenges of collecting crucial and legally defensible digital evidence. This presentation discusses some cyber forensics obstacles investigators are likely to encounter during evidence collection in cloud environments and how to overcome some of these challenges.
Inno Eroraha is the Founder and Chief Strategist of NetSecurity® Corporation, a computer forensics, cyber security and training company based in Dulles, Virginia. His main responsibility is to position NetSecurity as “the brand of choice for forensics, security, and training,” by delivering high-quality, timely, and customer-focused solutions. Mr. Eroraha oversees NetSecurity’s day-to-day operations, including the proprietary HANDS-ON HOW-TO® training program and the state-of-the-art NETSECURITY FORENSIC LABS. He leads the execution of NetSecurity’s solutions and helps clients protect, defend, and recover valuable assets from cyber attacks and computer fraud. He has been consulted by Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, IRS, DHS, DoD, and other premier organizations to solve hard cyber security problems.
Building a Web Application Security Vulnerability Management Program
For years, attackers have assailed network and system level vulnerabilities, fueling demand for products like firewalls and network vulnerability scanners. As these products mature and IT security teams learn to better handle network security, the industry is seeing a visible increase in attacks moving up the stack to target application-level vulnerabilities. To establish an effective application security program, organizations need to implement application-level vulnerability management as an ongoing process.
This talk is one person's story from the trenches. It will cover current application security maturity models, what's next in application vulnerability management, and show how to effectively deal with development teams to get vulnerabilities remediated. This will be a first-hand account of building an application security vulnerability management program in a large organization.
Jason Pubal is a senior web application security analyst at a large financial services company. In his decade of information security experience he has worked in various industries, done a little of everything security, and picked up a couple certifications along the way. With a development background, he has focused his efforts in the last few years on application security. As a recent transplant from the Midwest, he is enjoying the change of pace DC has to offer and the energy surrounding technology in the area. He can be found trying to get to know folks at local ISSA or OWASP meetings. A snowboarder, homebrewer, and hacker - Jason is happy to talk about application security, or your last tasty beer.
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Location: 1616 Anderson Rd, McLean, VA 22102
All are welcome to attend.
Beverages and light food will be provided.
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