Please join us for our October 2019 Meeting. 2 technical talks followed by networking. This month we will be at Lynn University in Boca Raton.
Our meeting will be in the Wold Performing Arts Center Salon. You may find a campus map here: https://www.lynn.edu/campus-map
Parking is behind the Wold Performing Arts Center Salon.
Security will know you are coming to this meeting and will provide directions.
Networking to follow at The Irishman Pub.
Speaker 1: Jorge Orchilles, (@jorgeorchilles), Certified Instructor, SANS Institute
To learn about Jorge's biography, please click the following link:
Work it Out: Organizing Effective Adversary Emulation Exercises
As a highly technical InfoSec professional, you may not realize all of the non-technical considerations that go into organizing a week-long, in-person Purple Team Adversary Emulation Exercise. This talk will cover a number of items to consider, ranging from the non-technical (selling the exercise to senior management, obtaining budget, planning travel, comfortable conference room, breaks, timing, fun, etc.) to the technical (identifying TTPs, setting up production systems, accounts, not introducing risk, etc.). We will incorporate lessons learned from other Purple Team exercises performed by a number of organizations so that you can make your first exercise the most successful one possible!
Speaker 2: Dr. George Antoniou, Ph.D CyberSecurity, CISM, Associate Professor of CyberSecurity, Lynn University
George Antoniou, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor Cyber Security Management at Lynn University where he teaches undergraduate courses in cyber security management. George area of expertise is in Cyber Security Management. His research interests include leadership, developing effective information security policies, cloud security, blockchain identity access management and cyber education & awareness.
George has 30 years’ experience in information security, information security risk management, information security quality assurance compliance, and associated information security technologies in the private sector. He has experience in strategic planning and enterprise level security architecture, security operations, and policy development in small-medium-large, national and multi-national complex information security technology infrastructures.
Prior to joining Lynn University he was an Assistant Professor Cyber Security Management at St. Thomas University. George worked in various positions in information security at various Fortune 500 corporations. George is a Certified Information Security Manager.
George holds a Ph.D. from Nova Southeastern University (NSU) and completed his Ph.D. dissertation specializing in information security policies design in exceptional circumstances. He holds a M.S. degree in management information systems specializing in information security from NSU and a B.S. in computer science and telecommunications from SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
Topic: CyberSecurity & IoT
Meeting Sponsored by Arctic Wolf, Thank You.