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Upcoming Events

  • Tue 9 .
    Jan

    Topic:

    What is DLP and Why Have It?  Common Misconceptions and How to Be Successful

    Speaker:

    Brian Hileman

    Digital Guardian

    Abstract:

    Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is an important consideration for all companies.  In this presentation we are going to evaluate the details of DLP.  Why is it needed and how does it impact various departments like compliance & legal?  Who is after your data and why?   Myths that are associated with DLP, and how to separate myth and legend from fact.  And how you can create a data-centric framework for your business with respect to DLP.

     

    About the Speaker:

    Brian is currently a Sales Engineer with Digital Guardian providing clients with Threat Aware Data Protection solutions. Prior to joining Digital Guardian, Brian spent 6 years at InteliSecure as a professional service engineer with a specialty in implementations of DLP, Email Gateways, Web Gateways, and SIEMs. Brian led or oversaw 300 projects with 250 of those being DLP, including Symantec, Forcepoint, and McAfee. Brian also created a DLP testing website called dlptest.com (www.dlptest.com) which allows for easy testing of DLP policies and showing DLP capabilities. Brian is based out of Arvada, Colorado.  

    Note Location Change to LogRhythm

    Tuesday, 09. January 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30
    January 2018 Chapter Meeting (Boulder)
  • Tue 9 .
    Jan

    Topic:

    What is DLP and Why Have It?  Common Misconceptions and How to Be Successful

    Speaker:

    Brian Hileman

    Digital Guardian

    Abstract:

    Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is an important consideration for all companies.  In this presentation we are going to evaluate the details of DLP.  Why is it needed and how does it impact various departments like compliance & legal?  Who is after your data and why?   Myths that are associated with DLP, and how to separate myth and legend from fact.  And how you can create a data-centric framework for your business with respect to DLP.

     

    About the Speaker:

    Brian is currently a Sales Engineer with Digital Guardian providing clients with Threat Aware Data Protection solutions. Prior to joining Digital Guardian, Brian spent 6 years at InteliSecure as a professional service engineer with a specialty in implementations of DLP, Email Gateways, Web Gateways, and SIEMs. Brian led or oversaw 300 projects with 250 of those being DLP, including Symantec, Forcepoint, and McAfee. Brian also created a DLP testing website called dlptest.com (www.dlptest.com) which allows for easy testing of DLP policies and showing DLP capabilities. Brian is based out of Arvada, Colorado.  

    Parking tip:  A member has reported that the DaVita parking garage (1900 16th St) charges only $5 between 5-7 pm.

    Tuesday, 09. January 2018 - 17:00 till 19:00
    January 2018 Chapter Meeting (Downtown)
  • Wed 10 .
    Jan

    Topic:

    What is DLP and Why Have It?  Common Misconceptions and How to Be Successful

    Speaker:

    Brian Hileman

    Digital Guardian

    Abstract:

    Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is an important consideration for all companies.  In this presentation we are going to evaluate the details of DLP.  Why is it needed and how does it impact various departments like compliance & legal?  Who is after your data and why?   Myths that are associated with DLP, and how to separate myth and legend from fact.  And how you can create a data-centric framework for your business with respect to DLP.

     

    About the Speaker:

    Brian is currently a Sales Engineer with Digital Guardian providing clients with Threat Aware Data Protection solutions. Prior to joining Digital Guardian, Brian spent 6 years at InteliSecure as a professional service engineer with a specialty in implementations of DLP, Email Gateways, Web Gateways, and SIEMs. Brian led or oversaw 300 projects with 250 of those being DLP, including Symantec, Forcepoint, and McAfee. Brian also created a DLP testing website called dlptest.com (www.dlptest.com) which allows for easy testing of DLP policies and showing DLP capabilities. Brian is based out of Arvada, Colorado.  

    Note Location Change to Microsoft

    Wednesday, 10. January 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30
    January 2018 Chapter Meeting (DTC)
  • Tue 13 .
    Feb

    Speaker:

    John Wilson

    Topic:

    Active Defense:  Why Duck When You Can Hit Back?

    Abstract:

    Tempting as it may be to "hack back", current US law makes it illegal to do so. Hacking back is illegal, and sitting back is frustrating and ineffective. Fortunately, there's a middle ground: Active Defense. In this presentation I will present the results of numerous Active Defense operations that have resulted in: 1) Seizure of bank accounts used to launder money, 2) Takedown of various online accounts used to lure victims and money mules, 3) (Legal!) Exfiltration of the scammer's mailbox. I will also present some of the findings from the exfiltrated mailboxes, such as the different types of scams the BEC actors are involved with, which Crypter services are used by the BEC scammers, and which services the scammers use to find their victims.

    Tuesday, 13. February 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30
    February 2018 Chapter Meeting (Boulder)
  • Tue 13 .
    Feb

    Speaker:

    John Wilson

    Topic:  

    Active Defense:  Why Duck When You Can Hit Back?

    Abstract:

    Tempting as it may be to "hack back", current US law makes it illegal to do so. Hacking back is illegal, and sitting back is frustrating and ineffective. Fortunately, there's a middle ground: Active Defense. In this presentation I will present the results of numerous Active Defense operations that have resulted in: 1) Seizure of bank accounts used to launder money, 2) Takedown of various online accounts used to lure victims and money mules, 3) (Legal!) Exfiltration of the scammer's mailbox. I will also present some of the findings from the exfiltrated mailboxes, such as the different types of scams the BEC actors are involved with, which Crypter services are used by the BEC scammers, and which services the scammers use to find their victims.

    Parking tip:  A member has reported that the DaVita parking garage (1900 16th St) charges only $5 between 5-7 pm.

     

     

    Tuesday, 13. February 2018 - 17:00 till 19:00
    February 2018 Chapter Meeting (Downtown)
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