Date: Wednesday, March 20th, 6:30 PM
Location: Microsoft office, Cambridge, MA
Reservations: Requested. Please see http://boston.naisg.org/meetings.asp for more detail.
Topic: "Incident Response and Malware Detection Using Traffic Analysis," presented by Edward Ziots, CISSP, security engineer for Lifespan. Analyzing and filtering network traffic can uncover important indicators of compromise (IOC) within your networks and faciliate the incident response process. Edward will discuss the issues at hand and what evidence can be found in firewall logs. He will provide real-world examples of malware and traffic patterns using Palo Alto Firewall(TM) and Wildfire (TM) malware analysis.
Edward Ziots, CISSP has been working in the IT industry for over 13 years. He has held various roles during his tenure to include systems administration, network engineering, and security administration and engineering. In his current role as a security engineer for Lifespan, Edward's focus is providing infrastructure security services encompassing both network and systems security design and implementation along with providing risk management and regulatory compliance. Edward is a graduate of Penn State University where he holds a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering.