***This Event is FREE***
***CPE Certificates will be given post event***
***You MUST bring an ID to attend this event***
Join us this evening to network and learn about Security Operation Center (SOC) problems that organizations still face and how to overcome these challenges.
5:30-6:20 PM – Networking & Socializing (Food & Drinks Provided)
6:20 – 6:30 PM - Introduction from Organizers and Sponsors
6:30 - 7:10 PM - Guest Speaker: Jason Mical
Session Title: Security Research: Top 5 Barriers Impacting Your SOC’s Success and How to Overcome Them
Q&A + Short Break
7:15 - 7:45 PM - Guest Speaker: Ailin Zhang
Session Title: Threat Monitoring for Personal Open Source Intelligence Attack
7:45 PM - Networking (END)
Speaker: Jason Mical
Over Jason's 25 year career, he has developed and implemented overall network security, physical security and fraud control programs for several global organizations. He has also developed security and fraud awareness training seminars used to educate employees as well as federal, state and local law enforcement officials and has established and operated security incident response teams and forensic investigation units for several global enterprise organizations.
Jason has been a member of the FBI Infraguard, United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force, ISSA, HTCIA, ASIS, ANSIR and CTIA Fraud Task Forces.
The SOC is a key driver of your cybersecurity strategy, but many enterprises still face repeated challenges to actualizing the full value of their SOC. As the cybersecurity landscape continues to change, SOCs must evolve security operations to bolster against these challenges. Ponemon Institute, sponsored by Devo Technology, surveyed cybersecurity experts on key trends in security operations. In this presentation, we will examine the trends and barriers impacting the SOC today, and how to address them.
Speaker: Ailin Zhang
Bio: Ailin Zhang is an open-source intelligence enthusiast. While working as an IoT web application back end developer, she founded the Chicago Open Source Intelligence Group and organized monthly cybersecurity themed presentations. She actively volunteers her time promoting open-source intelligence technique and cybersecurity awareness to the local community. Ailin's topic of interest includes open-source intelligence techniques, web application security, and online privacy protection.
Abstract: Nowadays, social engineers use many tools to collect information about a person online. How to monitor whether someone is actively collecting your personal information online? Ailin is going to show you a couple of open-source intelligence monitor tools, to help you defend yourself against potential OSINT threat.
Sponsored by Devo
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