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Archived Event Description

January 27, 2010

NJ ISSA Chapter Meeting

Event Details:


Venue: Deloitte, 100 Kimball Drive, Parsippany, NJ – First Floor training room C

Agenda

3:30pm – 4:00pm Check-in/Registration

4:00pm – 6:30pm Presentations

6:30pm – 7:30pm Cocktail Reception

Speaker Abstracts:



Vikas Bhatia

Manager - Security and Privacy Services

Deloitte & Touche, LLP



Vikas began his career in IT Support and Service Delivery working with large Fortune 50 clients in the FSI, TMT, LSHC and EUI sectors. During this time he built his expertise in Security operations and 7 years ago became a security consultant specializing in infrastructure and event-based technical risk. He has spent the last three years of his career at Deloitte & Touche, initially from London, England, he is now based out of the Tristate region. Vikas also played an active role within the ISSA UK Chapter.



Topic/Title: Security and Privacy Incidents

Since the 1970’s, publicized security and privacy incidents have forced organizations to assess the risk associated with security and privacy incidents.



A reactive response to a security and privacy incident can lead to financial losses, negative brand reputation, or the inability to support core functions. An organization’s ability to manage, contain, and positively react to an incident can be the difference between survival or extinction.



Vikas will present an industry agnostic, out of the box view of incidents. He will identify the key components an organization, regardless of size, should, or should not, consider when planning a response to security and privacy.







Juan Lara

Senior Security Engineer

Imperva



Juan Lara is the Senior Security Engineer for the New York & New Jersey regions for Imperva TM, Inc., a provider of data security solutions. At Imperva, Juan, has designed and deployed application and data security solutions, and performed data penetration testing for a wide range of healthcare, financial services, government and eCommerce organizations. Juan has been a frequent speaker for ISSA, OWASP and others in the North East.



Topic/Title: Application and Database Security: Attack Demonstration and Discussion of Defense Techniques

The first portion of the presentation will be an in depth demonstration of application vulnerabilities and attack techniques. This discussion will include real life examples of penetration tests conducted on behalf of end-user organizations. Demonstrated attacks will include: SQL injection, Script Injection, Cross-Scripting, Cookie Poisoning, Parameter Tampering and other application attacks.



The demonstration application is a real web site that was created specifically for this purpose. The presentation will end with a discussion of prevention techniques and a Q&A session.







Mark Villinski

Manager, Field Marketing

Kaspersky Lab



Mark Villinski brings more than 12 years of technology sales and marketing experience to Kaspersky. Mark leads Field Marketing efforts for the East Coast and is responsible for increasing awareness and demand for Kaspersky’s Open Space Security Produce Line. Prior to joining Kaspersky, Mark served as Director of Worldwide Channel Operations for Enterasys Networks, where he was responsible for the strategy and day to day operation of the Secure Advantage Partner Program. Prior to that role he held a number of channel and field marketing roles at Enterasys and Cabletron Systems. He started his high tech career in sales at Cabletron Systems.



Topic/Title: Real Business Threats! Don’t be a Hacker’s Unsuspecting Target

It’s not news that threats are growing across the IT security landscape. Today’s malware imposes significant business risks due to the highly organized nature of attacks – applications, web sites and social networks are all subject to attacks and vulnerabilities. Hackers are highly organized professionals with vast networks who are able to precisely target an unsuspecting victim, including many small businesses and their employees. Users may not even realize his/her machine has been compromised for days, weeks or even months due to the nature of these attacks. During this talk, Mark Villinski will examine what this means for business owners and what IT managers need to look for to stay on top of these threats.


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Directions to Office

PLEASE NOTE THE OFFICE ADDRESS, AS THERE IS NO SIGNAGE OUTSIDE OR INSIDE THE BUILDING OTHER THAN THE ADDRESS.


From the North
Take Interstate 287 South to Exit 42. Proceed to the light and turn left onto Parsippany Road. Continue to the next traffic light and turn left onto Route 46. Turn right onto Smith Road (after the Gulf Gas Station). You will pass the Sheraton. Make a left onto Jefferson Road, and another left onto Kimball Drive.

From the South
Take Interstate 287 North to Exit 41A. Bear right onto the ramp and turn right at the end of the ramp onto Smith Road. You will pass the Sheraton. Take a left onto Jefferson Road, and another left onto Kimball Drive.


From the East
Take Interstate 80 West to Exit 43B. Follow the signs for Interstate 287 North. Take Route 46 and Smith Road Exit. Turn right at the stop sign. Continue on to the light and turn right onto Smith Road. You will pass the Sheraton. Take a left onto Jefferson Road, and another left onto Kimball Drive.

From the West
Take Interstate 80 East to Exit 42C. Follow US-202 North to the traffic light. Proceed on through the light to the end of the road. Turn right onto Smith Road. You will pass the Sheraton. Take a left onto Jefferson Road, and make another left onto Kimball Drive.

From New York (World Financial Ctr)
Take the Holland Tunnel to New Jersey and follow signs for the New Jersey Turnpike Extension. Then take I-78West. Follow I-78 West to Route 24 West to I-287 North. Take Interstate 287 North to Exit 41A. Bear right onto the ramp and turn right at the end of the ramp onto Smith Road. You will pass the Sheraton.
Take a left onto Jefferson Road, and another left onto Kimball Drive.

From NY (1633 Broadway)
Take the Lincoln Tunnel to NJ, and follow signs for I-95 South/New Jersey TPKE South (towards I-280/Newark/I-78). Take exit 15W and proceed onto I-280 West toward Newark/Kearny. Merge onto I-80 West toward I-287/Mahwah/US-46/Morristown. Take Interstate 80 West to Exit 43B. Follow the signs for Interstate 287 North. Take Route 46 and Smith Road Exit. Turn right at the stop sign. Continue on to the light and turn right onto Smith Road. You will pass the Sheraton. Take a left onto Jefferson Road, and another left onto Kimball Drive.

Upon Arrival:

Parking
Parking is available around the building, there is no assigned parking.

Reception/Sign In
When you enter the building, please take the elevator up to the 5th floor
which opens up to reception.

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As always we invite our members to volunteer themselves, colleagues, or other experts on these and other security-related topics, to present at our upcoming meetings. While we can always find vendors willing to speak, it is always more helpful to have you, the security practitioners share your valuable insight and experiences with your peers.

To volunteer, please email our Chapter Program Director, Ken Cavanagh at kcavanag@cisco.com

Thank you.

Bruce Murphy
Deloitte & Touche
NJ ISSA Chapter President








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