Struggling to sort out all the latest and greatest security acronyms your team is throwing at you? Need to know what security tools and practices can affect you on a daily basis?
Using a 'Cooking' metaphor, Chefs Jeannie Warner and Cynthia Moore combined have over 40 years of experience in Security, and will clarify what all the security acronyms mean and where they can apply to your work and home life, helping you determine which you may need to care about most depending on your daily activities.
The sampling of alphabet soup will be served up in the following areas:
- First Course: Network security
- Second Course: Cloud security
- Third Course: Application security
- Fourth Course: Federated security that crosses all three
- Dessert: Privacy, standards, and other sweet concepts
At the end, there will be a short menu critique about staying safe on social media - because all the security tools in the world cannot save you from giving your PII (Personal Identifiable Information) away for free.
Featured Speaker(s)Jeannie Warner
, CISSP, Director of Product Marketing at Exabeam. Exabeam is a global cybersecurity leader that helps security teams outsmart the odds by reinventing the way security teams use analytics and automation to solve security threats. Jeannie is an information security professional with over twenty years in infrastructure operations/security starting her career in the trenches working in various network and security operations centers. She quickly rose through the ranks to technical product and security program manager for a variety of software companies such as Symantec, Fortinet, and NTT (formerly WhiteHat) Security. A unique specialty for women to make note of: Jeannie is trained in computer forensics and practices.
, Information Security executive. Cynthia will be working at Coupa shortly. Coupa was recently named one of Gartner®'s 2021 Magic Quadrant ™™ Leader in Procure-to-Pay Suites for the sixth time in a row. Cynthia knows a lot about security's alphabet soup. She is CISSP, CISA, and GCIH certified. After 10 years in the United States Army moving through the Communications ranks, Cynthia launched her Information Security Officer career at Nato, McKellar Corporation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, The Walt Disney Company, and BlackLine. Ask Cynthia about how she managed over 4,000+ pieces of cryptographic equipment.