SourceBoston 2018 May 9, 2018 to May 10, 2018, Boston, USA

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Opening Keynote | Cyber Resilience as a Corporate and National Strategy Rob Knake N/A
Career Development Track: Speed Networking N/a N/A
Application Security – It’s Not Just for Developers Anymore Danny Harris Application security has traditionally fallen on the shoulders of development and IT teams as organizations ...
Honeypots, Deception, and Frankenstein Phillip Maddux This talk will provide a brief introduction honeypots, an overview of the cyber deception space, ...
Developing a Threat Modeling Mindset Robert Hurlbut Threat modeling is a way of thinking about what can go wrong and how to ...
The Nigerian Prince Has Been Dethroned, But Email Remains King Bob Adams The Nigerian Prince no longer fools your users, but today’s cyber criminals certainly can. Cyber ...
GDPR: Why it Matters Now! Thomas Fischer Let’s explore what is covered by GDPR and how it may impact your organisation answering ...
Topic: Data Breaches: Dealing with the Threat From Within Paul Steen The worst kept secret in enterprise security is that the people on the payroll pose ...
How I Learned How Not To Suck At Docker Security (So You Don’t Have To) Paul Asadoorian Information security professionals and software developers often share the same feelings about new technology, skepticism, ...
DECEPTICON: Deceptive Techniques to Derail OSINT attempts Joe Gray When we think of the process for attacking an organization, OSINT comes to the front ...
Doing ISO 27001 with CIS CSC as the control set Walter Williams N/A
Big Security: An Introduction to Applying Data Science to Security Kwan Shivamoggi Data science as a multi-disciplinary field is in a fairly nascent state, but it is ...
Security Hotseat N/a N/A
Keynote | Using Behavioral Science To Secure Your Organization Masha Sedova For decades security awareness programs have been based on the assumption that employees don’t know ...
SOURCE Snap Talk: Why Most Presentations Suck: Does Yours? Mary Cheyne According to author and Apple’s original chief evangelist, Guy Kawasaki, 95% of presentations SUCK. As ...
SOURCE Snap Talk: Shifting Left: Accelerating your business goals with DevSecOps Andrei Bezdedeanu Gone are the days of siloed security and development teams. Innovation today is instead being ...
SOURCE Snap Talk: Shifting to Security Awareness 2.0 Jason Hoenich N/A
Defense can be sexy too! Aaron Katz Learn the basics of implementing a robust vulnerability management program in a large enterprise. Discuss ...
Strengthen Your SecOps Team by Leveraging Neurodiveristy Megan Roddie High productivity, extreme attention to detail, logical/calculated, passionate, and hyper-focused. These are all characteristics considered ...
Introduction to Cryptographic Attacks Matthew Cheung Cryptography can seem like a mysterious black box making attacks even more mysterious. Introduction to ...
Hacking Entrepreneurship: Lessons From Security Startup Founder Georgia Weidman , Sandy Carielli , Justine Bone , Jennifer Andre The number of cyber security companies continues to explode, even as some startups exit through ...
Selling Cyber to the Board Vince Warrington Despite the growing cyber threat, many boardrooms still do not appreciate the levels of investment ...
SDLC, SOC2, and other four letter words Nathan Cooprider Except for any authors of trojans that may have stumbled in accidentally, we all want ...
Phishing: It's Not Just for Pentesters - Using Phishing to Build a Successful Awareness Program Joe Gray Social engineering attacks remain the most effective way to gain a foothold in a targeted ...
Career Development Track: Attendee Lightning Talks N/a N/A
Snap Talk Joshua Corman Josh Corman will be presenting one of our inaugural Snap Talks for the closing activities ...
Snap Talk: The Nature of Learning Rob Cheyne In this talk, Rob shares a simple process he has developed for first learning any ...