NSW Chapter Meeting


When Prevention Fails! The technical security solutions you can buy will ultimately not be 100% successful. Therefore it is useful to think about techniques post compromise, and what you have to do to be in a position to respond meaningfully when a control (like IPS) fails.

Abstract:

The technical security solutions you can buy will ultimately not be 100% successful. Therefore it is useful to think about techniques post compromise, and what you have to do to be in a position to respond meaningfully when a control (like IPS) fails.

Speaker:

Dean Frye is the technical director for Asia Pacific at Sourcefire, responsible for the security engineering team. He has over 15 years' experience in networking and security, authoring a number of whitepapers, and is an experienced practitioner in security operations incident management.

Purpose:

SAGE-AU NSW meets every third Tuesday night in Sydney, to bring together system administrators, ICT professionals, computer/network programmers/administrators and related people. Visitors welcome; bring a friend or colleague. Please consider the benefits of becoming a member: http://www.sage-au.org.au/membership.

Program:

18:00 Pre-meeting drinks and food in Google's Corroboree Tech Talk room

18:30 Meeting commences promptly - don't be late! - Introductions and any general business - Brief NSW AGM and committee election - Dean's presentation - Q & A and topical debate

20:00 Close - optionally adjourn to nearby pub for anyone keen to continue discussion.

When?

Tue, Sept. 17, 2013
6 p.m. - 6 p.m.
(GMT+1000) Australia/Sydney

Where?

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