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PKI Cartels: The Value of Trust, A SANS Technology Institute Masterís Degree Presentation

  • Tuesday, June 13th, 2017 at 3:00 PM EDT (19:00:00 UTC)
  • Sandy Dunn
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Overview

X.509 certificates are the cornerstone of brokered trust across the digital landscape both inside and outside the firewall. Often they are too trusted and become the weapon of choice for attackers looking for the easiest way to bypass the first layers of controls. Implementing additional layers of certificate quality controls using a Defense in Depth strategy reduces the X.509 certificate attack surface and ensures a reliable trust anchor. An assessment of the existing current environment is the first step in establishing the organizational TLS maturity level and prioritizing any required X.509 Certificate remediation.

Speaker Bio

Sandy Dunn

Sandra (Sandy) Dunn has over 24 years in the software and hardware industry. Initially starting out in software and hardware sales she worked with NASA, JPL, Secret Service, IRS, and other Federal Agencies to determine their server, PC, and notebook sales. At HP, she started on the Competitive Intelligence team, Cybersecurity PSIRT and the Code Signing team. She is currently the IT Security Architect for Blue Cross of Idaho. She has a CISSP, ISTQB, GSEC, GCIH, GCCC, GCPM, GSLC, GSNA, GWAPT, and GCPM. She has been a SANS Mentor which is on pause until she completes her Masters in Information Security Management from SANS.edu. She has two children, a wonderful husband, too many horses and lives outside of Boise Idaho.

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