Web Conference Overview:
Over the past year we have seen numerous Cyber Analysis Tools be released. While these new tools can provide critical security functionality, analysis and qualifying them can cost a lot of time. Our experts will provide a list of their cool tool picks and explain how they solve their needs.
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Matt Mosley, Northern Virginia, USA Chapter
ISSA Web Conference Committee, Session Moderator
Matt Mosley has been working as a security professional for more than 20 years in roles within corporate IT and risk management, strategic consulting, and product development. In his current role with ThreatTrack Security, Matt leads product management activities for a portfolio of malware protection solutions.
Prior to this role, Matt held senior leadership roles with leading security firms including NetIQ, Internet Security Systems, Intellitactics and Brabeion Software. Matt is an active member of security industry groups including ISACA and ISSA, and sits on the ISSA Web Conference Committee. Matt holds the CISSP, CISM, and CISA designations, teaches CISSP courses for ISSA-NOVA, and is a frequent speaker at security conferences.
Russ McRee, GSE, MSISE,
Director, Threat Intelligence & Engineering
Microsoft Online Services Security & Compliance
Russ writes toolsmith
, a monthly column for the ISSA Journal
, and has written for numerous other publications including Information Security, (IN)SECURE, SysAdmin, Linux Magazine,
. Russ also speaks regularly at events such as DEFCON, BlueHat, Black Hat, SANSFIRE, RSA, FIRST, and RAID, amongst others, and is a SANS Internet Storm Center handler. His work includes service in the Washington State Guard as the Cybersecurity Advisor to the Washington Military Department. Russ advocates a holistic approach to the practice of information assurance and, as such maintains holisticinfosec.org. IBM's ISS X-Force cited Russ as the 6th ranked Top Vulnerability Discoverers of 2009.
Vice President of Research and Development at DigiCert
Jason works closely with customers to develop innovative products and features that simplify SAAS-based digital certificate management. He is widely recognized for his thought leadership in cloud computing, identity, authentication and encryption best practices. Previously, he oversaw Novell’s Security Review Board, built the company’s first penetration testing teams, and engineering innovative identity and access management solutions within the cloud.
Jason has filed more than 50 patents, recently earning him the “Utah Genius” award. He has a deep understanding of online security and frequently addresses audiences about security vulnerabilities and the best approaches to developing secure code to mitigate them.
EVP of Engineering and Products at ThreatTrack Security
Dipto Chakravarty is the author of two best-selling computer books from McGraw-Hill, published over 45 papers and 11 patents. He holds a BS in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, MS in Computer Science from U. of Maryland, EMBA from Wharton Business School and GMP from Harvard Business School.
He is a recognized expert on cyber security, networks and digital video, and currently serves as the EVP of engineering and products at ThreatTrack Security. Joining from the Novell management team, he previously ran global engineering for the last seven years. Prior to Novell, he served as the SVP of engineering at eSecurity till its acquisition. Earlier at Artesia, he served as the founder and CTO before it was sold to OpenText. Besides entrepreneurial startups, Chakravarty has held engineering positions at IBM, Thomson and Bell Labs.