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Archived Event Description

Wednesday, October 1,, 2008 - 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Data Ins & Outs: Whitelisting and Decommissioning

Event Details:
Presentation #1: : “Endpoint Security 2.0: The Emerging Role of Application Whitelisting Solutions”
Presentation #2: “Data Doesn't Die: Strategies for Data Decommissioning”

EDUCATIONAL SESSION: #2008-004

To register, please email lakrueger(at) deloitte.com

Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Venue: Deloitte & Touche, LLP
100 Kimball Drive
Parsippany, NJ 07054-0319



Presentation #1: “Endpoint Security 2.0: The Emerging Role of Application Whitelisting Solutions”
Abstract:
Traditional endpoint security solutions are becoming less effective against the constantly changing threats of today. Anti-virus, anti-adware, host IPS, and other solutions have been defeated by skilled attackers and insider threats. This session will review the limitations of current generation products and present new technologies being developed by the security industry—most notably application whitelisting solutions--that can address the ever changing threats organizations face.

Presenter Name: Greg Valentine, Senior System Engineer, CoreTrace

Presenter Biography:
Greg Valentine has over 15 years of experience in the software industry, specializing in security for the Microsoft Windows Enterprise. Prior to joining CoreTrace, Greg held the position of Manager of Sales Engineering at MessageOne. Before MessageOne, Greg was the Director of Technical Sales for Winternals Software, a recovery tools company utilizing whitelisting in its technology solution. While at Winternals Greg led the technical sales department as well as served as the company evangelist for the enterprise product lines. Winternals was acquired by Microsoft in 2006. Greg honed his technical skills early on at companies such as PowerQuest, WinCap Software and Intersolv.



PRESENTATION #2: “Data Doesn't Die: Strategies for Data Decommissioning”

Abstract:
This session presents best practices for establishing and verifying controls for data destruction, including
magnetic degaussing, Triple Overwrite/DOD Standard 5220, physical shredding, and Secure Erase methods. Practical and operational considerations will be discussed, as well as several COTS applications and tools.

Presenter Name: Chris Wargo, CISSP, CISA – Senior Security Consultant, infoLock Technologies

Presenter Biography:
Chris Wargo, CISSP, CISA is a Senior Security Consultant and co-founder of infoLock Technologies, an information security consulting & solutions provider headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. The firm focuses on innovative strategies, services, and solutions for managing lifecycle data security related to information assets – data discovery, encryption, auditing, and destruction.

Mr. Wargo has over 10 years of information and operational security experience, including as co-founder of infoLock Technologies and through his previous positions in the financial services industry. He is a graduate of Georgetown University’s MBA program, has spoken at numerous industry events and meetings, is an occasional information security columnist for NetworkWorld and Information Systems Security Journal (ISSJ), and has appeared on television as an information security expert.

Mr. Wargo is co-authoring a book on enterprise IT security programs. He lives in Arlington, VA.


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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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