Raleigh ISSA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2016 Chapter Meeting
Meeting Sponsor -Infoblox
5:15 – 6:00pm Career Services (Conference Room 1)
5:15 – 6:00pm CISSP Study Group (Conference Room 2)
5:15 – 6:00pm Back-to-Basics (Main Room) - Dr. Chris Hazard
6:00 – 6:30pm Moe's/ Drink / Socializing (Lobby)
6:30 – 7:00pm Vendor Presentation (Main Room) –Infoblox - Panel Discussion
7:00 – 7:15pm Board Updates (Main Room)
7:15 – 8:15pm Main Presentation (Main Room) - Dr. Erol Oza - “Device Fingerprinting: Threats and Opportunities”
5:15 Back to Basics
Title: "Game Theory for Security Professionals"
Abstract: What is game theory and how does it relate to information security? Join Dr. Chris Hazard, as he gives a crash course on game theory with respect to information security, giving the audience an intuition for incentives and strategy. He will discuss topics such as Nash equilibrium, evolutionary stable strategies, and Stackelberg games, and how they relate to many aspects of security, including the economics of attacks, adoption of security standards, and practices of software and network heterogeneity.
Speaker: Dr. Chris Hazard
Dr. Chris Hazard
CEO Hazardous Software
Dr. Christopher Hazard is the CEO and founder of Hazardous Software where he designed and created the Resequence Engine, which is widely considered to be a disruptive technology for strategy-level serious gaming. He holds a PhD in computer science from North Carolina State University in artificial intelligence, specifically on the science and mathematics of building, measuring, and exploiting trust and reputation systems. Dr. Hazard has consulted for many organizations on serious games, been a software architect of CDMA infrastructure at Motorola, and worked on robot coordination and supply chain management at Kiva Systems (now Amazon Robotics) and North Carolina State University. He has lead serious gaming projects related to cyber security, logistics, economics, and psychology, and is a certified hypnotist. Dr. Hazard is also known for his 2011 game Achron, which won GameSpot's Best Original Game Mechanic award, and for his research on game design, AI, and human-computer interaction, for which he has given keynote speeches at major conferences and been featured in mainstream media.
7:15 State Of The Art(SOTA) - Main Presentation
Title: “Device Fingerprinting: Threats and Opportunities”
Speaker: Dr. Erol Oza
Dr. Erol Ozan is an associate professor at the Department of Technology Systems at East Carolina University (Greenville, North Carolina). He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Management from Old Dominion University (Virginia), his MS in Physics from the University of Istanbul (Turkey), and his BS in electrical and electronics engineering from Middle East Technical University (Turkey). Dr.Ozan has worked in a number of academic projects supported by NASA, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Transportation of North Carolina. Dr. Ozan’s teaching and research interests include economics of information technology, web application development, and the information technology risk management.