Information security and incident response are two sides of the same coin. However, far to often the information sharing cycle is short circuited and the top vulnerabilities that are exploited do not make it in to the next round of proactive testing.
In June's NYC4SEC meet-up, Michelangelo Sidagni, NopSec Chief Technology Officer, will analyze recent security breaches and forensic cases to create a top-ten list of most exploited security vulnerabilities ...and how the enterprise could easily avoid them. At the end of the talk a discussion will follow discussing forensic cases and related security vulnerabilities from the audience.
So please join us on Thursday June, 20th, 7:00pm at John Jay College of Criminal Justice,[masked]th Street, Room 630T for this exciting meet-up.
NopSec (http://www.nopsec.com/vrm) Chief Technology Officer
As the Chief Technology Officer, Michelangelo is responsible for the technical development, security research and operations. He brings 19 years of security engineering experience to the organization. He leads strategy and development of NopSec’s Unified Vulnerability Risk Management (VRM™) solution.
Previously, Michelangelo was the Director of IT Security Services at Ciphertechs, a New York-based information security services provider, and he was also the lead internal consultant at BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts, advising on privacy and security of the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) for the health insurance industry. He started his career as a principal consultant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and KPMG, advising federal, banking and financial services clients on information risk and security management.
Michelangelo holds numerous professional certifications in information security, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), SSCP (System Security Certified Professional), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH) and Snort Certified Professional (Snort CP). Also, he is a member of Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2). Additionally, Michelangelo is a security researcher and frequent speaker at local and national IT security conferences. Michelangelo also holds a Master of Business Administration from University of Pavia in Italy. He resides in New York City.
A big thank you as always for John Jay College of Criminal Justice for being such gracious hosts for NYC4SEC! Check out the list of upcoming events on The Center for Cybercrime Studies website: