NSW Chapter Meeting
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.
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.
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.
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.
A somewhat irreverent look at some of the media chatter on the IT industry that has been happening over the last month.
Phishing countermeasures expert, Bianca Wirth tells us about the nature of phishing, the career opportunities and the need for IT security professionals to understand this challenge.
Vigilance and independent oversight required for Commonwealth’s proposed new “Global Talent Scheme” skilled worker visa system. Comment by Robert Hudson, President, ITPA.