Raising Information & Operations Security Awareness in 2020 and Beyond (C193-200926-PD-1HWEB)
Raising Information & Operations Security Awareness in 2020 and Beyond
Online Delivery - Register to attend.
Zoom Meeting Link will be mailed out to registered participants
September 26, 2020 9:00 - 10:00 AM, Saturday Meeting Agenda
The presentation offers fascinating insights into the lives of security researchers working every day to protect the public. You will see what our days look like and some of the current problems, solutions and concerns we are working diligently to solve.
We will expose some common use cases for cyber criminals, shining a light on their common exploits and how end users can prevent attacks. We also point to some case law that has effectively changed policy and regulations, and how organizations are expected to conduct themselves online to ensure they are performing their security due diligence and protecting the identity of their consumers. Offering live demonstrations will allow us to convey to the Lakeshore Chapter how easy it is to fall victim to a cybercrime. Participants will be able to witness Proof-of-Concept attacks live in real-time and gain intimate experiences with common exploits.
What You'll Learn:
• Identifying common attack vectors
> Social Engineering – How it works and how to defend
> Physical Penetration Attacks – Common Exploits and Defense
> Insider Attacks – Case Studies and Defending against Insider Attacks
• Protecting yourself from online attacks
> Common online attacks
> Digital Defense
> Industry standard software and where software defense fails
• How organizations have succeeded with good InfoSec
> Case studies of organizations that have thwarted breaches
• How organizations have failed
> Case studies of organizations that have failed and how the attacks could have been prevented
• How organizations can raise awareness and what to focus on in your infosec campaign
> Designing an infosec awareness campaign for your organization
SPEAKER - Jordan Morenstein
Jordan has helped some of the biggest companies in the digital sphere deliver their products to the market safely and reliably, in an end-to-end process from inception to target release date. He had the opportunity to oversee many business practices and worked with some globally known companies to fight notorious cyber-attacks. He has worked very closely with the Information Security team to help ensure that security is not only at a digital level, but also at a physical level is safe-guarded.
Jordan has coordinated social engineering campaigns to help companies in the GTA to see what their infrastructures attack surface looks like and helped them resolve security issues. Aside from the IT consultancy, he has been teaching part-time at George Brown College (GBC). He has created a Developer Operations course which is the first of its kind in the city for the college. Jordan is also a lab instructor where he teaches around 115 students software development and best practices associated with the industry.
Saturday September 26, 2020
9:00 - 10:00 A.M.
| PMILOC Members - 10 CDN +13% HST
Guests/Other PMI Members - 15 CDN + 13% HST
(C193-200926-PD-1HWEB) - (Technical - 1 PDUs, Activity Type: Organization Meetings can be claimed for attending this presentation).
If you have questions or comments on the event please contact the Chapter, by email at [email protected].
$10.00 PMI Lakeshore Chapter Member
$15.00 Guests, PMI & Non PMILOC Members