Detecting Risky Activity "Wherever" Before It Becomes A Problem
- Friday, September 26th, 2014 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
- Jerry Shenk and Jay Roxe
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Many organizations must now detect compromised credentials and risky user behavior, a difficult goal in this age of "everywhere access." The growing use of cloud services and mobile devices increases the vulnerability of organizations to attacks that rely on deceiving users and staying under the radar of monitoring systems. This webcast includes a functional review of Rapid7 UserInsight to detect and investigate real-world attempts to compromise user credentials and determine risky user behavior. Detection and investigation across on-premise, cloud and mobile environments are highlighted, along with discussions of ease of use, speed to detect and investigate, and report types.
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Jerry Shenk serves as a senior analyst for the SANS Institute and is senior security analyst for Windstream Communications, working out of the company's Ephrata, Pennsylvania, location. Since 1984, he has consulted with companies and financial and educational institutions on issues of network design, security, forensic analysis and penetration testing. His experience spans networks of all sizes, from small home-office systems to global networks. Along with some vendor-specific certifications, Jerry holds six GIAC certifications - all completed with honors - and five with Gold certifications: GCIA, GCIH, GCFW, GSNA, GPEN and GCFA. He also holds the CISSP certification.
Jay Roxe has more than 15 years of experience in software development and marketing with expertise in security, electronic medical records and development platforms. Jay is currently the senior director of product marketing for Rapid7 and leads company-wide efforts in the area of user risk. Prior to Rapid7, Jay built and led development and marketing teams at GE Healthcare IT, Novell and Microsoft. He has a BSE in computer science from Princeton University and an MBA from Dartmouth's Tuck School, where he was a Tuck Scholar.