2019 Cyber Conference: Cyber Sense Making
June 19, 2019 || Howard Community College
7:30AM – 4:00PM
Please join us for our 10th annual cyber conference, where on June 19, 2019, we will tackle the topic of Cyber Sensemaking.
Cyber Sensemaking is a fluid and continuous approach for establishing better defenses and best practices as a community. It involves combining our retrospective knowledge with ongoing observations. This approach is different than traditional decision-making approaches, in that it incorporates shared experiences and perspectives, to implement meaningful solutions to cybersecurity dilemmas.
Our 2019 focus is on people, intrusions and networks from both the perspective of technicians, and management. We’ve assembled panels of experts in their respective fields, to discuss these three topic areas from an experiential perspective, offering relevant solutions to problems we all face daily. Our discussions with customers and peers have shown that companies struggle more with the day-to-day challenges of defending against cybersecurity threats, than they do with implementing the latest and greatest security appliances or concepts.
Specific Topics include:
People – Misuse of user accounts, both accidental and malicious
Intrusion – Incident response, malware detection, and intrusion detection
Networks – Network mapping, defense in depth and breadth, architecture best practices, and in-house or third-party support
The 2019 Cyber Conference will feature two keynote speakers including:
– Dr. Jon Brickey, Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity Evangelist, Mastercard Operations & Technology
– John Evans, Maryland Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Information Technology