New York Enterprise Information Security Meetup July Edition

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215 Lexington Ave

215 Lexington Ave · New York, NY

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33rd and Lex, main floor

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Come join the largest independent enterprise information security group in the country.

Agenda:

Fireside chat Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy is currently the CEO and President of T.E.N., an information security executive networking and relationship-marketing
firm. McCarthy has more than 20 years of business management and entrepreneurial experience, including founding T.E.N.’s flagship
program, the Information Security Executive® of the Year (ISE®) Program Series, which is lauded by the IT industry as the premier
recognition and networking program for security professionals in the U.S. and Canada. In 2015, McCarthy launched ISE® Talent, which
specializes in executive-level searches as well as high-demand security industry skill-sets and specializations across all industry
verticals.

Presentation: "Code Security at Production Velocity"

Abstract:

Memory corruption bugs continue to plague system security, in firmware, bootloaders, operating systems, and applications. To keep up with the pace of production demands, DevOps teams need tools that allow continuous deployment, even though thorough code testing should take thousands of hours. RunSafe's Alkemist allows organizations to confidently deploy software (open source, bespoke, etc) with confidence that latent, unknown memory vulnerabilities can't practically be weaponized. Alkemist integrates with your build and or deployment process, maintaining the developer's intent for execution. Your application's binary layout is modified in a way that deprives the attacker of the precursors for a successful attack. RunSafe is currently protecting IT and OT systems in government and commercial markets.

Bio:

Doug Britton, Chief Technology Officer
A helpless cybersecurity romantic at heart, Doug’s professional mission is to transform the relationship between innovation and adoption so that newfound risks and vulnerabilities can be cauterized quickly, reliably, and inexpensively. Having previously built and sold a mobile security and device management company to Samsung, Doug attributes much of his career accomplishment to his actual superhero power of breaking down the barriers of fear that too often lead to cyber induced paralysis. As RunSafe’s CTO, Doug plays an essential role in showcasing how RunSafe’s technology changes the economics of cyber defense, giving defenders a fighting chance to build the latest capabilities with confidence in their systems. A trained computer scientist, Doug started his career in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois, before serving as a Russian Linguist and Interrogator in the US Army.

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