For our next meeting we want to focus on all those remote workers, you know those guys that we kicked out the door in March and April. Now that we have an opportunity to look at what we have done, let’s discuss how well we secured our remote environments? Do you have concerns? Do you have some great ideas to share? This is your time to shine. We want your input and thoughts as we discuss how to secure remote infrastructure. Our speaker well give his thoughts and then we will open it up to discussions and thoughts afterwards.
September 10th, 5:30 PM, WebEx information will be sent via E-Mail
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the US many organizations have reduced their physical employee presence and have moved to a remote workforce. This has resulted in many organizations to hastily provide a remote access solution to their employees. This has also, conversely, increased many organizations attack surface to insider or adversarial activity against their organization. In this talk I will be looking to address common shortfalls of these environments coupled with several war stories and defensive strategies to reduce the exposed risk.
Matt Burch is a seasoned InfoSec veteran with 17yrs of collective experience who has transitioned from defensive to offensive security tactics. This has led Matt to develop an understanding of defensive security challenges in addition to adversarial abuse of these strategies. Matt is a Principle Consultant with Optiv’s Threat Management – Attack and Penetration team. Over the past decade, Matt has fulfilled various Subject Matter Expert (“SME”) positions and currently maintains Optiv’s assessment methodology for Product Security Testing.