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June 2018 Chapter Meeting (Boulder)

Speakers:

Stephen Edmonds and Melissa Cooper

Topic:

GDPR Impacts on Incident Response

Abstract:

In today's hypersensitive world, what you don't know can hurt you. In this presentation, we will delve into the guidance from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), analyzing its impacts, and helping you position your Incident Response program for the upcoming regulation. This presentation will also cover strategies and tactics to help you manage your Data Subjects and your role as a Data Controller, Data Processor, or both under GDPR.

Tuesday, 12. June 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30

June 2018 Chapter Meeting (Downtown)

Speakers:

Stephen Edmonds and Melissa Cooper

Topic:

GDPR Impacts on Incident Response

Abstract:

In today's hypersensitive world, what you don't know can hurt you. In this presentation, we will delve into the guidance from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), analyzing its impacts, and helping you position your Incident Response program for the upcoming regulation. This presentation will also cover strategies and tactics to help you manage your Data Subjects and your role as a Data Controller, Data Processor, or both under GDPR.

Tuesday, 12. June 2018 - 17:30 till 19:30

June 2018 Chapter Meeting (DTC)

Speakers:

Stephen Edmonds and Melissa Cooper

Topic:

GDPR Impacts on Incident Response

Abstract:

In today's hypersensitive world, what you don't know can hurt you. In this presentation, we will delve into the guidance from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), analyzing its impacts, and helping you position your Incident Response program for the upcoming regulation. This presentation will also cover strategies and tactics to help you manage your Data Subjects and your role as a Data Controller, Data Processor, or both under GDPR.

Wednesday, 13. June 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30

June Happy Hour and Networking Event

Sponsor:

Location:

1637 Wazee St 4th Floor

Denver, CO 80202

Discussion Piece:

3rd Party Risk Assessments and Networking

Agenda

4:30-5:30 Registration and networking

5:30  CyberGRX presentation and give-aways

6:00-6:30 Networking and wind down

Wednesday, 20. June 2018 - 16:30 till 18:30
1637 Wazee St., 4th Floor Denver, CO 80202

July Chapter Meeting (Boulder)

Speaker:

Douglas Brush

Director, Cyber Investigations, Kivu Consulting

Topic:

Converge: A Cross Discipline Approach to IR and Breach Investigations (and Lessons Learned)

Abstract:

With the increased use of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS platforms, organizations are shoveling more compute, applications, and data into the cloud from on-premises solutions. However, answering cloud governance and access control questions such as “What data do I have?," "Where is my data stored?," Who has access to my data?,” has become challenging. Often, it is because data is out of sight and out of mind. Additionally, during a breach, these questions can impede an investigation that is already challenged by decentralized logging, access rights, large volumes of data to review, and the inability to physically access the environment.

 

This presentation will walk thought the current challenges faced by defenders and IR investigators in large cloud environments, and offer solutions that call on a variety of cyber security, digital forensic and incident response, and eDiscovey talents. We will step through a case example where the convergence of these disciplines allowed an organization to effectively investigate a data breach and comply with regulatory notification requirements. 

 

Speaker Bio:

Douglas has over 23 years of professional technology experience. He is a recognized expert in cybersecurity, incident response, digital forensics, and information governance. In addition to leading proactive security assessments, he conducts investigations involving hacking, data breaches, trade secret theft, trademarks, intellectual property, employee malfeasance and a variety of other legal and governance issues. Douglas is also the founder and host of Cyber Security Interviews, a popular information security podcast.

 

*Note:  First half hour reserved for networking, meal, and general chapter announcements.  Speaker presentations begin 30 minutes after chapter start time.

Tuesday, 10. July 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30

July Chapter Meeting (Downtown)

Speaker:

Douglas Brush

Director, Cyber Investigations, Kivu Consulting

Topic:

Converge: A Cross Discipline Approach to IR and Breach Investigations (and Lessons Learned)

Abstract:

With the increased use of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS platforms, organizations are shoveling more compute, applications, and data into the cloud from on-premises solutions. However, answering cloud governance and access control questions such as “What data do I have?," "Where is my data stored?," Who has access to my data?,” has become challenging. Often, it is because data is out of sight and out of mind. Additionally, during a breach, these questions can impede an investigation that is already challenged by decentralized logging, access rights, large volumes of data to review, and the inability to physically access the environment.

 

This presentation will walk thought the current challenges faced by defenders and IR investigators in large cloud environments, and offer solutions that call on a variety of cyber security, digital forensic and incident response, and eDiscovey talents. We will step through a case example where the convergence of these disciplines allowed an organization to effectively investigate a data breach and comply with regulatory notification requirements. 

 

Speaker Bio:

Douglas has over 23 years of professional technology experience. He is a recognized expert in cybersecurity, incident response, digital forensics, and information governance. In addition to leading proactive security assessments, he conducts investigations involving hacking, data breaches, trade secret theft, trademarks, intellectual property, employee malfeasance and a variety of other legal and governance issues. Douglas is also the founder and host of Cyber Security Interviews, a popular information security podcast.

 

*Note:  First half hour reserved for networking, meal, and general chapter announcements.  Speaker presentations begin 30 minutes after chapter start time.

Tuesday, 10. July 2018 - 17:30 till 19:30

July Chapter Meeting (DTC)

Speaker:

Douglas Brush

Director, Cyber Investigations, Kivu Consulting

Topic:

Converge: A Cross Discipline Approach to IR and Breach Investigations (and Lessons Learned)

Abstract:

With the increased use of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS platforms, organizations are shoveling more compute, applications, and data into the cloud from on-premises solutions. However, answering cloud governance and access control questions such as “What data do I have?," "Where is my data stored?," Who has access to my data?,” has become challenging. Often, it is because data is out of sight and out of mind. Additionally, during a breach, these questions can impede an investigation that is already challenged by decentralized logging, access rights, large volumes of data to review, and the inability to physically access the environment.

 

This presentation will walk thought the current challenges faced by defenders and IR investigators in large cloud environments, and offer solutions that call on a variety of cyber security, digital forensic and incident response, and eDiscovey talents. We will step through a case example where the convergence of these disciplines allowed an organization to effectively investigate a data breach and comply with regulatory notification requirements. 

 

Speaker Bio:

Douglas has over 23 years of professional technology experience. He is a recognized expert in cybersecurity, incident response, digital forensics, and information governance. In addition to leading proactive security assessments, he conducts investigations involving hacking, data breaches, trade secret theft, trademarks, intellectual property, employee malfeasance and a variety of other legal and governance issues. Douglas is also the founder and host of Cyber Security Interviews, a popular information security podcast.

 

*Note:  First half hour reserved for networking, meal, and general chapter announcements.  Speaker presentations begin 30 minutes after chapter start time.

Wednesday, 11. July 2018 - 11:30 till 13:30

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