Recorded Live Event:November 29, 2011
Start Time:9:00 a.m. US Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London
Web Conference Overview:
2011 witnessed an explosion of information and misinformation leakages as protests occurred in the Middle East. The world observed a steady stream of information following the horrific series of natural disasters in Japan. Wikileaks challenged our notion of transparency, ethics, and security. In response to Egyptian protests, U.S. legislation proposed by Senators Lieberman, Collins, and Carper raised questions pertaining to government’s role in shutting down the internet in the event of a cyber attack. How do international events impact the information security professional on a daily basis? What impact will these events have on how we run our business, ethics, and compliance for next year and years to come? In light of the major events that occurred in 2011, what precautions can we take as we move forward? This web conference will address these questions while assessing the impact of global events on the information security field, systems, industry ethics, and individual.
Kim L. Jones CISM, CISSP, CRISC, MSIA - Information Risk Manager, General Dynamics C4 Systems
Kim L. Jones has over 20 years of experience as a security professional. He has developed and implemented global security practices for companies in many different industries, and spent a total of 7 years as CSO/CISO for two global companies. Currently, Jones is a member of the ISSA CISO Advisory Council. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from the U.S. Military Academy (West Point) as well as Masters Degree in Information Assurance from Norwich University.
In this presentation, Kim Jones will draw upon experiences to challenge our current notion of codified ethics for security professionals. Building upon and establishing a frame work for terms such as cyber warfare, terrorism, and espionage he will present a comprehensive view of the current challenges in cyberspace. Presenting concrete real life examples, he will evaluate past and future threats while addressing best practices for today’s information security practitioner.
Michael Makstman, CISSP – Manager, Security and Privacy Services, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Michael Makstman has over 7 years of leadership experience in developing and implementing security programs and managing security and privacy risks for organization in financial services, technology and health care/life sciences industries. He currently is focused on helping clients understand and manage mobile security and cloud computing risks. Makstman is a Co-Chair of the ISSA Ethics Committee. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Michael F. Angelo, CRISC, CISSP - Chief Security Architect, NetIQ; Chair, ISSA Web Conference Committee
Michael F. Angelo is currently the Chief Security Architect for NetIQ, the Chair of the ISSA Web Conferences Committee, and the ISSA Security Professional of the Year for 2011. Amongst his many accomplishments he was a Staff Fellow at Compaq and HP, a Sigma-Xi distinguished Lecturer, and named Inventor of the Year for the City of Houston (with 52 granted patents in the area of security). His blogs can be found on the Net IQ Community site, RSA360 site, and on the SC Magazine sites.
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