11:30 AM - 2:00 PM (EVENT CONFIRMED) - BOX | downtown office
Lunch and snacks will be provided courtesy of our chapter sponsors:
TRAPX and HOPZERO
EVENT HOST: BOX
EVENT LOCATION: 600 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX
Check in at Security Deck on second floor foyer. The meeting room is adjacent to the security desk in the foyer area on the second floor.
For additional information:
Please contact Peter Vogt [masked] / [masked]
----- PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION TOPICS -----
Best Practices Building a Pen-Testing Program
This session explores the initial challenges that larger organizations experience when implementing a penetration-testing program. Attendees will review the challenges a pen-testing program undergoes during the maturation process, and how those challenges impact optics, perceptions, metrics, compliance, reporting, remediation and collaboration with other teams. Attendees also will be shown how a pen-testing program can affect audits, and lastly, how to define a pen-testing program to demonstrate success.
SPEAKER: Sean O'Coiligh | Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC)
Sean O'Coiligh developed the Cyber Security Assessment Team in the Cyber Security Assessment/Technology Risk Management Area at DTCC and currently leads the program. Starting in Tactical Communications, Signals Intelligence and Electronic Warfare with U.S. Marine Corps, Sean's career has spanned multiple Fortune 100 companies over the last 30 years in various Information Security and Cyber Security roles.
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) is an American post-trade financial services company providing clearing and settlement services to the financial markets. It performs the exchange of securities on behalf of buyers and sellers and functions as a central securities depository by providing central custody of securities. Approximately 1.4 million settlement-related transactions per day are completed by The Depository Trust Company (DTC), with an approximate value of $600 billion (daily).
CHANGING THE GAME...Teaching Your Data to Stay Inside your Organization!
By limiting the hop count of your data packets, and reducing the range of your data transmission to appropriate levels, organizations can help ensure that critical data stays safely within the data center.
Speaker: Bill Alderson (CTO) HopZero (30 min)
CSA Cloud Penetration Testing Playbook | CSA Resources Introduction
SPEAKER: Peter Vogt (15 min)
LUNCH PROVIDED BY OUR CHAPTER SPONSORS:
2019 Chapter Leaders:
Peter Vogt | Ted Turich | Bill Alderson | Mitchell Merrick | Joey Victorino