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Archived Event Description

April 28 2010

NJ ISSA Chapter Meeting

Event Details:


Venue: Deloitte, 100 Kimball Drive, Parsippany, NJ

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
3:30pm – 7:30pm
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend out last chapter meeting on March 10th! I think everyone got a lot out of the session

Please pencil in our next meeting on Wednesday, April 28th from 3:30pm – 7:30pm in Deloitte’s Parsippany office. Registration will take place between 3:30pm and 4:00pm, presentations from 4pm – 6:30pm, and a cocktail reception to close out the day. I have attached an outlook reminder for your convenience.

As always, I encourage you to bring along your colleagues and clients!

Below are the names and abstracts of our guest speakers for April 28th:



Clifton Slater, Security Engineer

Shavlik Technologies
Topic/Title: Adobe Reader Bumps Microsoft from the Throne of “Most Attacked Software”

In the dawn of the past decade, the Microsoft operating system was a hacker’s dream. It was universally-used software and it was ripe with bugs ready to be exploited to hijack users’ PCs or launch denial of service attacks.

But 10 years later, Microsoft has slowly cleaned up its security flaws leaving cybercriminals to target another vendor whose products are nearly as ubiquitous and whose never-ending vulnerabilities are just being discovered. That vendor is Adobe.

Due to the current trend of converting trusted web sites into malicious servers (i.e. Operation Aurora), this session will focus on the browsers and client-side applications that can be invoked by browsers as the new “danger zone” and the steps IT administrators must take to block a Google-like attack and the loss of intellectual property or customer data.


Randolph Smith, Manager of Information Security

UPS

Topic/Title: Cenzic Hailstorm

During the past year, Randolph Smith at UPS has led the charge of Cenzic Hailstorm technology deployment and adoption throughout the company. Attend his presentation to learn how he accomplished the following:

- Attaining buy-in from key members of the company - from executives to end users,

- Understanding the "human element" for optimal technology adoption,


James Carnall, Manager

Cyveillance

Topic/Title: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Security Risks to the Enterprise that Arise with Social Media

This session will address the role, benefits and security risks of social media in today’s enterprise.

James Carnall will discuss:

- The latest trends in online social media
- What are potential threats and security risks to business (physical, technological, IP) through social media
- Tips to establish your own social media guidelines and policies
- Social media best practices

Please RSVP with me no later than Thursday, April 22nd. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me.


Regards,

Lauren M. Krueger



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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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