Risks, Threats and Preparedness: Part I of the SANS Financial Services Survey
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- Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 at 1:00 PM (13:00:00 EDT/US Eastern)
- G. Mark Hardy, John Pescatore (moderator), Scott Gordon, Jack Daniel and Ed Dembowski
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
John Pescatore moderates this exciting survey webcast series. In this Part I webcast, SANS will share what types of attacks industry participants are suffering from and how prepared they feel they are to fend off attacks. Hint: Financial institutions are not as prepared as we thought they'd be. Only 16% felt very prepared to fend off attacks against financial accounts.
Of those that were able to quantify attacks on their organization, 44% suffered direct loss against impacted financial accounts, and an additional 36% said they had experienced direct losses due to denial of service interrupting their business.
Attend this webcast and learn what types of attacks are succeeding, their effects and their regulatory impact. In our Part II webcast, held March 27 at 1 PM EDT, we will go over the second half of the survey results and cover drivers for security programs and wish lists for strengthening those programs. To attend this Part II webcast, follow this link: www.sans.org/webcasts/survey-financial-services-security-practices-ii-97710
Those who register for this webcast will also receive access to the associated whitepaper developed by SANS Analyst G. Mark Hardy with advice from John Pescatore.
Click here to view the associated whitepaper.
G. Mark Hardy
G. Mark Hardy is the lead certified instructor for The SANS Institute's flagship leadership class, Security Leadership Essentials for Managers (MGT512), and teaches several other management and technical courses. He holds the GSLC, CISSP, CISM, and CISA certifications. As founder and president of National Security Corporation, he has been providing cybersecurity expertise to government, military and commercial clients for over 30 years. An internationally recognized expert, he has spoken at over 250 events worldwide. Hardy serves on the advisory board of CyberWATCH, an Information Assurance/Information Security Advanced Technology Education Center of the National Science Foundation. A retired U.S. Navy Captain, Hardy is a graduate of Northwestern University and holds bachelor's degrees in computer science and mathematics and master's degrees in business administration and strategic studies.
John Pescatore (moderator) is the director emerging security trends for the SANS Institute. A former vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner, Pescatore has over 30 years of experience in computer, network and information security. Prior to joining Gartner, he was senior consultant for Entrust Technologies and Trusted Information Systems and a security engineer for the U.S. Secret Service and the National Security Agency.
Jack Daniel, product manager for Tenable Network Security. A highly regarded technology community activist, Jack has 20-plus years of experience in network and system administration and security. In addition to co-founding and organizing Security B-Sides events, Jack is a frequent speaker at user and security group events including Shmoocon, DEFCON and SecTor.
Ed Dembowski is a senior solutions architect at FireEye, working with customers in every market to build secure network solutions. In his three-year tenure at FireEye, he has helped some of the largest companies design security solutions using FireEye products. In the past, Ed has focused on working at various financial services firms in different security focused roles. Most recently, Ed was at UBS Bank for three years, and prior to that at Merrill Lynch for six years. This experience has helped FireEye address the needs of the world’s largest banks.
Scott Gordon, COO at FinalCode, Inc., is an accomplished leader who has helped evolve security management, network and endpoint security, and risk and compliance assessment technologies at both innovative startups and large organizations. Prior to FinalCode, Scott held several senior management positions within ForeScout Technologies, Protego Networks (acq. Cisco), Axent Technologies and McAfee. An infosec authority, speaker and writer, he is the author of "Operationalizing Information Security" and the contributing author of the "Definitive Guide to Next-Gen NAC." Scott holds CISSP-ISSMP certifications, an MBA, and a BA in marketing and MIS from Hofstra University.