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July 2018 ISSA Web Conference

ISSA Thought Leadership Series: Is DNS a Part of Your Cyber Security Strategy?

Recorded (1 Hour Event) on Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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Detecting malware, helping to prevent and disrupt command and control communication, ransomware and phishing attacks, being part of a data loss prevention program – DNS can help with this and much more, but are you leveraging it as part of your security controls and processes?

DNS is the perfect choke point to stop not just data exfiltration through it, but also detect and stop malware from spreading and executing.

Join us for a discussion on this often overlooked topic and learn:

- About the value of DNS as part of your cyber security strategy
- How DNS can provide your SIEM with actionable intelligence
- How DNS can add value to other security controls, such as
vulnerability scanners and end point protection



Kurt Seifried, Director of IT, Cloud Security Alliance

Kurt Seifried is a long time technologist and currently works as the Director of IT for the CloudSecurityAlliance. With respect to DNS his personal domain is now over 20 years old, and despite using cloud services Kurt still speaks semi-fluent Bind configuration and has written several articles on DNS security, for both servers and clients.


Joe St Sauver, Distinguished Scientist, Farsight Security

Joe St Sauver, Ph.D., is a Distinguished Scientist with Farsight. Before joining Farsight in 2014, St Sauver spent ~28 years with the University of Oregon, including working as Internet2’s Nationwide Security Programs Manager. He's a Senior Technical Advisor for M3AAWG, and routinely advises a number of other international security organizations.

Craig Sanderson, Senior Director, Product Management, Infoblox Security

Craig Sanderson is the Senior Director of Product Management for Infoblox Security Solutions. Craig has been in the security industry for 19 years in a number of roles including Technical Consultant, Solution Architect, Product Manager and Business Development manager. Having worked on a range of security technologies, Craig is now focused on developing solutions that prevent the abuse of DNS and enabling customers to leverage their network infrastructure to better secure their data, assets and people.

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