We are at a pivotal point in IT, where change is possible if we embrace trends on strong encryption, pervasive encryption, the network protocol stack evolution, data-centric management, and user owned data and transition to architectural patterns that scale. Assuming we as an industry achieve built-in security, with simplified management to enable businesses of all sizes, the tools and techniques of the incident responder changes. This talk will review these five important trends in combination, examples of new architectural patterns that scale, and a projected future state including a view into defense.
Kathleen Moriarty, CTO, Center for Internet Security
Kathleen Moriarty has over two decades of experience driving positive outcomes across IT Leadership, IT Strategy and Vision, InfoSec, Risk Management, Incident Handling, Project Management, Process Improvement, and Operations Management.
Who can attend:
Open only to InfraGard members and their guests. Particularly aimed toward IT and InfoSec professionals who want to learn more about strong encryption, pervasive encryption, the network protocol stack evolution, data-centric management, and user-owned data and transition to architectural patterns that scale.