Raleigh ISSA April Chapter Meeting
Sponsored by: Aruba Networks
5:00 – 6:00pm Back 2 Basics"Who's Watching the Hen House? The Benefits and Basics of Logging and Monitoring" Don Elsner, Information Security Analyst, Duke Medicine
6:00 – 6:45pm Jobs Networking (Executive conference room)
6:00 – 7:00pm Dinner
7:00 – 7:15pm Chapter Updates from the Board
7:15 – 8:30pm Presentation - Juan V. Tardio - Secure Mobility and Enterprise Authentication, Authorization and Access Control
Systems Engineer, Aruba Networks
BACK TO BASICS (5PM)
TITLE: "Who's Watching the Hen House? The Benefits and Basics of Logging and Monitoring"
DESCRIPTION: IT systems generate a huge volume of logs and metrics, machine data that can provide tremendous value in detecting system compromises, mitigate risk and improve operations.This talk will review the usefulness of log reviews in identifying out-of-band activity and highlight how tools like Splunk can be used to index, search and analyze data. Participants in this information security session will be shown examples of unusual log activity and given the tools to report and respond to incidents and improve efficiency and operations.
Don Elsner, Information Security Analyst, Duke Medicine
7:15-8:30PM Main Presentation
TITLE: Secure Mobility and Enterprise Authentication, Authorization and Access Control
ABSTRACT: Support for multi-vendor, multi-client Policy Management addressing device profiling, contextual values for enterprise users, choose your own device (CYOD) and guests access.
SPEAKER: Juan V. Tardio Systems Engineer - Aruba Networks
Juan was born and educated in Spain and has over 20 years of experience in the Information Technology and Computing field.
Has held positions with the United State Navy, assigned to the office automation program based on the proliferation of IP based systems.
A large portion of the professional career has been dedicated to the design and implementation of Local Area and Wide Area Networks (LAN/WAN), as a Senior Systems Engineer for Cabletron Systems, company that later transition as Enterasys Networks with emphasis on policy management.
With the development and rapid adoption of Wireless LANs, focusing on the role of WLAN Systems Engineer for Bluesocket and finally at Aruba Networks.