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Archived Event Description

September 16, 2015

NJ ISSA Chapter Meeting

Event Details:


New Jersey Chapter ISSA Meeting
Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
4:00pm – 7:30pm
Venue: Deloitte, Parsippany NJ

3:30-4:00 Check In/Registration

Presentation: The Network Perimeter is Under Attack…Defending the Enterprise
Bill Maury & Adam Rose, Cryptzone

Abstract
Each day the news headlines are filled with new breaches and cyber threats that are impacting businesses big and small. The fact is hackers are getting more sophisticated and the result is that over 90% of companies have already experienced a breach. The industry consensus is that the static Network Perimeter is under attack and today it is harder to define and even harder to effectively defend. This crumbling perimeter by itself is not enough to mitigate risk, yet the Enterprise and Public sector are now more obligated than ever to protect their brands, their assets, their customers, and their companies. Explore in conversation with us about how we should all consider understanding the problem and how we can work to defend our businesses by reducing the attack surface, changing the equation against our adversaries, and mitigating risk through new ways to view access control.

Bio
Bill Maury is an Area Vice President for Cryptzone, who specializes in Cyber Security software solutions targeted at “protecting the door” via innovative access control capabilities, and targeted at “protecting the data” by providing automatic, real-time scanning, classification, encryption, and distribution rights management supported by dynamic access control. Bill has been solving customer problems for 30 years in various sales and sales leadership roles, with specific experience in technology based products and services for nearly 20 years. Previous to Cryptzone Bill held key roles in organizations that included Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Terremark, Data Return, and Wallace Computer Services.

Adam Rose is a Chief Solutions Architect for Cryptzone, and a CCIE for 19 years. Adam’s deep technical knowledge and broad and diversified experiences has made significant contributions to many customers and provided material innovation of the Cryptzone access control product portfolio. Adam has held various leadership, senior technical, and entrepreneurial roles over nearly two decades with Cryptzone, IBM, Cloud Connexion, and ViYu Network Solutions.

5:00 – 5:15 Break

5:15 – 6:00
Presentation: The Critical Need for Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and How to Successfully Implement It
Stan Borinski, CISSP, CISA - FutureInfoSec

Abstract
If your organization is not currently utilizing Data Loss Prevention (DLP), it’s almost guaranteed that critical, sensitive information is leaking out. We will discuss how DLP mitigates this threat through data discovery, transmission blocking, user education, and optional encryption. This presentation will provide a history of DLP, an overview of the technology involved, and typical pitfalls in implementation.

Bio
Stan Borinski is a data and network security consultant and entrepreneur known for managing critical, enterprise security projects for Fortune 500 companies. He currently focuses on encryption, DLP, and vulnerability assessments for multiple clients. Stan is the founder of FutureInfoSec, an information security consultancy servicing the LA, NY, and DC Metropolitan Areas. Previously, he founded Network Presence, which was among the Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies. His team assisted the FBI and Interpol’s High Tech Crime Unit to find and shut down an extortionist group in Kazakhstan responsible for one of the largest DDoS attacks against companies and ISPs in the US and Europe. Stan began his career as a database programmer at Network Solutions, the sole registrar of domain names and IP addresses during the Dot-Com boom. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Cornell University.

6:00 – 7:00 Cocktail Reception


Directions:

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 Fi):
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 New York (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.



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