Stand Your Ground: A Framework for Hacking Back

Stand Your Ground: A Framework for Hacking Back

April 11, 2018, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Location: Sands 307 Level 1
Language:
English

When cyber attacks (such as data breaches and hacks) occur, they can result in devastating damage, such as business disruptions, revenue loss, legal fees, forensic analysis costs, and customer or employee notifications. To ensure a strong defense, consider the hardening of not only the network, but all the devices attached to it. Is your network as secure as it can be?

Cyber Education, Cyber liability insurance and Cyber Hardening have become an essential component to any risk management program. What is your Cyber Risk Score? In this interactive session, both audience and panelists will complete a score card together, leveraging both smartphone-based polling and Q&A. Does your organization store sensitive digital personal identifiable information (PII) accessible by more than 30 perent of your ecosystem? Are the systems protecting this PII deployed using hardening guides provided by solutions providers? These are samples of the questions allowing a “revelation of cyber risk” to be unmasked as “Escalated,” “High,” “Persistent,” “Moderate” or “Low.” Learning Objectives:

  • Grade their own cyber risk readiness
  • Identify areas that will fail first and what recovery should be employed when PII is unmasked
  • Learn how to deploy and even improve a corporate-wide hardening guide Also, learn how to legally employ active defense / hack back when persistently attacked, as well as a sample plan and process

Contributors

  • Andrew Lanning

    Facilitator

    Co-Founder

    Integrated Security Technologies

    Andrew Lanning is the Co-Founder of Integrated Security Technologies (IST), a Honolulu based low-voltage electrical contracting firm specializing in...

  • Rodney Thayer

    Facilitator

    Convergence Engineer

    Smithee Solutions LLC

    Rodney Thayer is a network security practitioner specializing in physical security systems. His “convergence engineering” practice focuses on...

  • Sal D'Agostino

    Facilitator

    Founder & CEO

    IDmachines

    Salvatore (Sal) D'Agostino is the founder and CEO of IDmachines, LLC, a provider of technical automation product and services including the...

  • Ryan Zatolokin

    Panelist

    Business Development Manager, Senior Technologist

    Axis Communications, Inc

    Ryan Zatolokin is the business development manager, senior technologist for the business development team of Axis Communications. His primary focus...

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