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September 2018 ISSA Web Conference

ISSA International Series: Latest & Greatest Security Attacks & Why They Happen

Recorded (2 Hour Event) on Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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With all the money that we spend on precautions, and mitigations for security vulnerabilities, why do we keep on getting hacked? This question is not new, but will be looked at with respect to recent attacks, that have been successful. While not all of these attacks are brand new or represent unique vulnerabilities, they've been very effective. So come and join us as we look at the issues that are being exploited.



Michael F. Angelo, Chief Security Architect, Micro Focus | NetIQ

Michael F. Angelo CRISC, CISSP has over 30 years of information assurance experience. Michael has served as a trusted security advisor and security architect with leading corporations and government entities. He has acted as a technical adviser in the development of US national and international export controls. Currently chairs the ISSA International Webinar committee. Amongst his accomplishments he is an ISSA Fellow, and is named on the ISSA Hall of FAME for his contributions to the security community. In addition, he currently holds 61 US Granted Patents. His current work encompasses certifications, SDL, Threat Modeling, AppSec / DevOPS, as well as and Software Supply Chain analysis. Michael is a veteran moderator and has appeared at numerous International conference and in a multitude of International Web Conferences.


Dan Hoffman, Global Head of Solution Architects, Agari

Daniel V. Hoffman, CISSP, CEH, CHFI is Agari's Global Head of Solution Architects, author of two security books , inventor of numerous security patents, former CTO and former head of SMobile's Global Threat Center mobile device security research facility and author of the attack scenario for Cybershockwave, the simulated attack against the U.S. infrastructure covered live by CNN. His work has been featured in the curriculum of Universities throughout the world and he has been relied upon for his expert opinion by all forms of media including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Financial Times, Fox Business, MSNBC, CBS Radio and Forbes.


Fred Wilmot, VP, Security Engineering, Devo

Fred brings more than 20 years of cyber security expertise to the fight. Currently, he leads security engineering at Devo, integrating today’s threats and countermeasures into Devo’s platform. Most recently, he acted as both CEO and CTO at PacketSled building both a cloud and on-premise product for breach responders and service providers to automate risk mitigation and investigation. Previously, he served as Vice President, Solutions Engineering at Context Relevant, where he implemented a real-time transaction fraud platform for financial markets, weaponizing security use cases with data science automation and machine learning.
During Fred’s tenure at Splunk, he was responsible for the company’s ascension to a market leader in the security industry, placing the company in the Gartner SIEM magic quadrant. As the founder and director of the global security practice, Fred prototyped innovation in the field, and built platform applications that were utilized in responding to some of the most major breaches in Internet history.
Prior to Splunk, Fred has held numerous security positions with major brands including Symantec, Disney, T-Mobile, and IBM. Fred attended the US Naval Academy and holds a BS in Mathematics and History from FSU.


James McQuiggan, Product & Solutions Security Officer, Service Americas Division, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

James R. McQuiggan, CISSP is the Product & Solutions Security Officer of the Service Americas division at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. He is responsible for developing the strategy and policies for securing the SCADA products deployed to America’s customers. With over 17 years at Siemens, James has consulted and supported various corporate divisions on cybersecurity standards, information security awareness and securing their networks.
James is an ISSA member and the Past President of the Central Florida chapter from 2012 to 2016. He supported the ISSA International Conference as the Content Committee Chair from 2014 to 2017. He is a member of the Central Florida chapters of ISACA, Infragard and (ISC)2. Within (ISC)2, he is a member of the Advisory Council of North America and is the (ISC)2 Central Florida chapter President. James is the recipient of the 2016 (ISC)2 President’s Award and in 2017 he was awarded the first ever Julie Peeler Franz “Do it for the Children Award” as Volunteer of the Year for his work with the Safe & Secure Online Education program, that provides resources to help children, parents, educators and senior citizens stay safe online.
Most importantly, James is the father of two teenage daughters and continues to make sure they are safe and secure online while using their smartphones and social media.

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