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February 2018 ISSA Web Conference




ISSA Thought Leadership Series: A Cure for the Common SOC

Recorded (1 Hour Event) on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

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Overview:

With cybersecurity concerns escalating, organizations of all sizes have scrambled to boost budgets, hire talent and improve security operations – all in the hopes of catching up with and defeating a sophisticated and nearly-invisible enemy. But in this rush to build the SOC according to perceived industry best practices, have we truly optimized our human, technological and procedural resources? Or are we all SOC, and no action? If we took a moment to regroup and build the whole system again from scratch, would it be better than the SOC we’ve reached today by throwing resources at the problem? And if so, where did we go wrong – and how do we course correct? Join a panel of experts to discuss their visions of the perfect SOC and its top priorities while exploring how it can be evolved to achieve them.
 

Moderator:

Candy Alexander, CISSP CISM

 

Candy has 30 years of information security experience working for various high-tech companies. She has held several positions as CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) for which she developed and managed Corporate Security Programs. She is now working as a Virtual CISO and Executive Cyber Security consultant assisting companies large and small to improve their potential risks through effective security initiatives.

Candy was the chief architect for the Cyber Security Career Lifecycle for the ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) and is a long-standing Director on the International Board. She is also the inaugural President and past Board Member of the ISSA Education and Research Foundation. Candy has also served as Vice President of Education and Vice President of International Relations for the ISSA. She remains a loyal member at the local level with the New England Chapter and the ISSA - New Hampshire Chapter.

Candy has received numerous awards and recognition, including that of Distinguished Fellow of the ISSA, ranking her as one of the top 1% in the association, and she was inducted into the ISSA Hall of Fame in 2014. She also had the opportunity to be a featured speaker for the IT Security Symposium at the United Nations, and received an invitation to the Offices of the White House to speak on the importance of security awareness to the President's "Cyber-Czar" staff.

 

Speaker:

Rocky DeStefano, JASK

Rocky DeStefano serves as VP Product at JASK and is an IANS faculty member. Previously he acted as Cloudera’s subject matter expert on cybersecurity. Mr. DeStefano was a member of the USAF and subsequently supported AFCERT as part of the Incident Response Team. Rocky founded and led the Global Security Operations Center for EDS and has supported cybersecurity advancement in notable companies such as ArcSight, NetWitness, RSA and Visible Risk. At every step in his career, Rocky's focus has been to continually enhance visibility and detection solutions to defend the enterprise.


 


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