It's been a busy month of presentations including RSA Conference 2010, ISACA Puget Sound, and the Agora.
The Agora is a "successful strategic association that meets quarterly to bring together the pacific Northwest's top information systems security professionals and technical experts, as well as officers from the private sector, public agencies, local, state and federal government and law enforcement."
At RSA and Agora I discussed tactics intended to compare security data visualization to strictly textual output generated by IDS/IPS. These discussions included details on AfterGlow, Rumint, NetGrok, and Maltego.
At the ISACA Puget Sound chapter meeting I covered securing the company web presence (common security threats to your web presence and what you can do about it). This talk included details specific to the OWASP Top 10 and the CWE/SANS Top 25.
The RSA presentation is here.
The ISACA presentation is here.
The Agora presentation is available upon request (russ at holisticinfosec dot org).
There are PCAPS, scripts, and binary samples discussed in all of these presentations. Should you wish copies of any or all, please contact me.
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