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ITBN 2013 - 2. nap - 2013-09-26

Cím: Defeating the Threat - Deep packet inspection and network behavior intelligence for active defense
Előadó: Kane Crisler, biztonsági szakértő, Packet Forensics és Michael Schneider, igazgató, Packet Forensics
Időpont: 13:10 - 14:10
Helyszín: VIP 2. Terem
Az előadásról
About the presentation
The proliferation of advanced cyber attacks continues to place critical government and industry networks at risk. A proactive, configurable solution is a requirement for network security personnel to reduce the threat, limit or eliminate disruptions and to ensure public confidence. Packet Forensics’ concept of active defense is the culmination of years of work and study in the network operations and network defense specialities. Our network effects engine and active defense capabilities fuse all of our current capabilities, our unique data feeds, our actionable intelligence and our industry leading subject matter expertise to provide network security personnel with the ability to automatically or manually interact with network traffic at the packet level. Personnel can collect and manipulate malicious traffic to limit its impact, to create actionable intelligence for their managed networks and to slow or disrupt adversary actions all from a single system. When combined with our globally distributed data collection feeds the system can provide advanced warning of threats and take preemptive action to ensure adversaries never arrive at your critical systems. Come and see how the combination of technology, data feeds and human management can leap your network security forward.
Az előadóról
About the presenter
Kane Crisler is the Director of Technical Operations for Packet Forensics, LLC. He has over 10 years of experience as an Incident Response and international cyber investigations lead investigator. He specializes in difficult problems, radio design, and signal processing/analysis. «««»»» Michael Schneider is the Vice President of Packet Forensics, LLC. He has over 20 years of US Navy and US Department of Defense civilian experience working computer network operations, information assurance, cyber planning, and military exercises. Mr. Schneider held multiple positions in industry working computer network design, engineering and provisioning. He holds degrees from the US Naval Academy, Loyola University and the US National War College as well as the CISSP and multiple other certifications.