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Archived Event Description

March 19, 2008 - 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Data Privacy and Network Behavior Analysis

Event Details:
Presentation #1: “Data Privacy and Security in Web 2.0 Applications, Internal and External”
Presentation #2: Network Behavior Analysis: Securing the Internal Network

EDUCATIONAL SESSION: #2008-002
Data Privacy & Network Behavior Analysis

Venue: Cisco Systems, Inc., 499 Thornall St, Edison, NJ – 8th Floor Gotham City Conf. Room

To Register: Please send an e-mail to doris.vasquez(at)us.pwc.com

Presentation #1: “Data Privacy and Security in Web 2.0 Applications, Internal and External”

Abstract:  

Web 2.0 Applications have become a valuable and required resource in business practices to allow for feedback, functionality, and collaboration. With the increase in users, and the ability to contribute, the risks and liabilities associated with these practices can be daunting.

This presentation will give a general overview of the Privacy and Information Security regulations which apply to these types of applications, including a discussion on User Generated Content, COPPA, Communications Decency Act, the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) and Internet Privacy Laws

Presenter Name: Jeffrey Neu, Esq.
Presenter Biography:
Mr. Jeffrey Neu focuses his representation on the use, development and acquisition of technology, including software, hardware, and emerging technology. His background in development and business allows him to negotiate and work with clients to develop strategies, policies, and agreements that work on a daily basis.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Neu has been involved in a wide range of leading companies and organizations.

He co-founded a development firm Tigerspike in Sydney, Australia focusing on Mobile Technology and Wireless Content Delivery. Tigerspike was one of the first companies to produce applications allowing for rich content bi-directional mobile media publishing.

In 2004, Mr. Neu co-founded CharityHelp International, an Annapolis, MD based non-profit, where he currently serves as Vice-President and is on the Board of Directors. CHI is a leading non-profit organization in use and deployment of technology in developing nations for grass-roots organizations.

Mr. Neu also worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, where he worked with Asian Pacific Governments urging compliance with UNHCR guidelines and protocols, as well as complex analysis of Refugee law.

Mr. Neu holds a J.D. from Rutgers University, a Masters Certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Sydney, a Bachelors Degree in German and a Bachelors Degree in Political Science, and an Associates Degree in Accounting


PRESENTATION #2: Network Behavior Analysis: Securing the Internal Network

Abstract:

This presentation will explain what Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) is and how it functions. The current security, operations and compliance/policy monitoring frameworks, their shortcomings and how NBA addresses those shortcoming and then the future of NBA and Flow Analysis.

Presentation Sections:

* Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) Overview
* Flow analysis for behavioral analysis
* Current organizational security and operational challenges
* Traditional security and network operations frameworks
* Traditional Compliance and policy monitoring frameworks
* NBA’s role in the security and network environment
* NBA for compliance and policy monitoring
* NBA’s future

Presenter Name: Mark McDaniel, Senior Systems Engineer, Lancope, Inc
Presenter Biography:

As a senior security engineer for over ten years, Mark McDaniel now leads the Lancope Systems Engineering team and is responsible for its professional development and training as well s working closely with the numerous internal teams to improve Lancope’s customers’ experience. In addition to his role as team leader, Mark works with large private sector companies to understand their security and network operations challenges and regulatory and policy monitoring requirements to design and implement network behavioral analysis systems increasing enterprise situational awareness to deliver a true defense in depth solution. Working in a consultative manner with his clients to solve real world security challenges,

Mark has experience with many leading security technologies and an in-depth understanding of the capabilities and limitations of today’s commonly deployed information security and network monitoring products. Mark has a detailed knowledge of network infrastructure and data center design, flow and packet analysis techniques, investigation and forensics and enterprise network deployment. Mark has worked for many industry-leading companies including Dell, DEC/Compaq/HP, Level3 Communications, Sourcefire and Lancope delivering solutions for their customers’ security and network infrastructure needs.

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Directions

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


From Route 287 South
Follow Interstate 287 South to NEW Route 24 East (Exit 37) Take the I-78 EAST LOCAL exit toward RT-124/GARDEN STATE PARKWAY/RT-82.
Merge onto I-78 E.
Take the GARDEN STATE PARKWAY exit- exit number 52.
Take the PARKWAY SOUTH exit.
Merge onto GARDEN STATE PKWY S (Portions toll).
Take the RT-27 exit- exit number 131- toward ISELIN/RAHWAY/METUCHEN.
Take the ramp toward EDISON/METUCHEN.
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto NJ-27/LINCOLN HWY.
Turn LEFT onto WOOD AVE S.
Turn RIGHT onto CR-657/THORNALL ST.
End at 499 Thornall St Edison NJ.

From Route 287 North
Follow Interstate 287 North to NEW Route 24 East (Exit 37) Take the I-78 EAST LOCAL exit toward RT-124/GARDEN STATE PARKWAY/RT-82.
Merge onto I-78 E.
Take the GARDEN STATE PARKWAY exit- exit number 52.
Take the PARKWAY SOUTH exit.
Merge onto GARDEN STATE PKWY S (Portions toll).
Take the RT-27 exit- exit number 131- toward ISELIN/RAHWAY/METUCHEN.
Take the ramp toward EDISON/METUCHEN.
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto NJ-27/LINCOLN HWY.
Turn LEFT onto WOOD AVE S.
Turn RIGHT onto CR-657/THORNALL ST.
End at 499 Thornall St Edison NJ.


From Newark International Airport
Take the NJ Turnpike South to Exit 11 - toward US-9/GARDEN STATE PARKWAY/WOODBRIDGE.
Once you exit, take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 131B - toward METRO PARK.
From the exit continue straight through three lights (the Metro Park Train Station will be on the right).
After the third light, the second building on the left is 499 Thornall Street.



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