The Monday Technical Sessions are broken down into 15 different sessions from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Each session has a different topic led by a top leader in the field to teach on a specific training item in cyber security. Select 5 of 15 sessions to attend.
Tech Session 1A – Active Vulnerability Management
Tech Session 1B – Part One – Pillsbury Theater Group “Breaking Ice” Event. – “Breaking the Ice” for courageous and productive dialogue around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Tech Session 1C – Getting Started on Application Security
Tech Session 2A – Not All Threats are External
Tech Tech Session 2B – Part Two – Pillsbury Theater Group “Breaking Ice” Event sponsored by Saviynt, Inc. – “Breaking the Ice” for courageous and productive dialogue around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Tech Tech Session 2C – Application Security Automation in Development
Tech Session 3A – Modernizing Security Software Engineering To Secure By Default
Tech Session 3B – Leading High Performing Teams During a Global Pandemic
Tech Session 3C
Tech Session 4A
Tech Session 4B – Part One: A Bug Hunters Guide to GCP; Part Two: Building an Effective Cyber Security Engineering Organization
Tech Session 4C
Tech Session 5A – Active Directory Attack Surface Management
Tech Session 5B – How Data Classification Tools can Spark Conversation and Drive Change at your Company
Tech Session 5C –
Following the sessions, explore resources from our solution strategy providers and establish new professional relationships during the Virtual EXPO Hall Opening from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Identifying and Analyzing Adversary Infrastructure and Malware
Thanks to the Internet of Things and its emerging landscape, it facilitates IT/OT network convergence and creating a paradigm shift in digitalization and automation. Thus Cybersecurity becomes the mission-critical for businesses to sustain a secure network. This session will focus on the critical elements of IT/OT/IoT network security and privacy and the cybersecurity initiatives to improve the security posture of the business.
Speakers: Michael Schwartz, Dir. of Threat Intelligence and Detection Engineering, Target Corporation; Derek Thomas, Sr. Information Security Analyst, Target Corporation
Following the workshop, explore resources from our solution strategy providers and establish new professional relationships during the Virtual EXPO Hall Opening from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.