A10 to Share Cybersecurity Best Practices at ISACA’s CSX 2016 North America
No business is immune to cyber threats. From mom and pop shops to the largest global enterprises, no one is too small or too big. Understanding cyber security best practices is a first step toward securing your business from threats.
To help you stay ahead of the game, the ISACA has put together Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) 2016 North America, a conference that brings together thought leaders, experts and professionals at all levels of the cyber security world to connect, innovate and learn ways to combat cyber threats.
CSX 2016 runs Monday, Oct. 17, though Wednesday, Oct. 19, at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
A10 Network Director of Cyber Operations Dr. Chase Cunningham will host two sessions to help you get your cyber security up to snuff. Cunningham will present:
- The First 12 Hours Post-Breach (Monday, Oct. 17, 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.), a session during which you’ll learn specifically what actions hackers take in the critical 12 hours after a breach occurs; gain insight into tool sets and hacker activities that could provide details relative to a compromise; discover how using different technologies like SIEM and DLP can help gain insight into hacker tactics as they traverse the network during and following a breach; gain knowledge related to how hackers move laterally within a network and the methods they employ to retain access to networks for future intrusions.
- Building a World Class Threat Intel Program (Monday, Oct. 17, 4:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.), a session during which you’ll learn how to identify and communicate business needs for in-house threat intelligence programs; identify existing repositories for threat intelligence information; understand the capabilities and methodologies available to help you create a holistic view of your environment; and operationalize data sources for specific business needs.
Cunningham will also host a Cybersecurity Fundamentals workshop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. While workshop is currently at capacity, you can contact https://support.isaca.org for more information or to be placed on the waitlist in case a spot opens up.
The workshop is ideal for information systems pros who wish to advance their knowledge in or transfer to cyber security. It’s also a great resource for recent college grads looking to start a career in the in-demand and fiercely competitive field of cyber security.
The workshop will help beginners enhance their knowledge while preparing folks for the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate exam. The day-long workshop will dig into four key areas:
- Security architecture principles
- Security of networks, systems, applications and data
- Incident response
- The security implications of the adoption of emerging technologies
Join A10 at CSX 2016 and hear Cunningham discuss the state of cyber security and how you can protect your business from the evolving threat landscape.