Loading Events

IMA Webinar Broadcast: Product Security Incident Response & Vulnerability Handling – Electronics & Computer Investigations

May 13 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm EDT

Hamilton County Sheriffs Office Regional Electronics and Computer Investigations (RECI) Unit Product Security Incident Response, Vulnerability Handling, and the CVD Challenge.

Objectives:

Sergeant Dave Ausdenmoore of the HCSO will introduce some of the resources and assets the RECI uses, including tracking or other types of electronic surveillance and analysis for law enforcement agencies in southwest Ohio, as well as their forensic and investigative assistance. Background information about RECI can be found at https://www.hcso.org/enforcement/

Four speakers from Intel Corp. will lead a discussion about product security incident response, vulnerability handling, and the CVD challenge.

Presenters:

Dr. Amit Elazari, Director, Global Cybersecurity Policy
Lecturer at UC Berkeley’s School of Information Master in Information and Cybersecurity and the External Advisory Committee for the Center of Long Term Cybersecurity. She holds a Doctoral Degree in the Law (J.S.D.) from UC Berkley.

Katie Noble, Director of PSIRT and Bug Bounty
Leads the cybersecurity vulnerability Bug Bounty program, researcher outreach, and strategic planning efforts. Prior to joining Intel, Katie served as the Section Chief of Vulnerability Management and Coordination at the DHS and CISA.

Alexander Romero, Director at Intel PSIRT
Defense Digital Service where he helped to champion the first ever “Hack the Pentagon” bug bounty program in the Federal Government along with expanding the first ever Vulnerability Disclosure Program for the DOD.

Josh Dembling, Senior Director of the Intel Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) and Bug Bounty Program
Over a span of three decades he has led organization transformations while at Intel, IBM and Motorola. Josh specializes in product security, vulnerability response management, Bug Bounty programs and security researcher outreach.

Who should attend:
InfraGard members and their guests involved with all sectors will benefit from these presentations, but especially those in InfraGard sectors such as Critical Manufacturing, Energy, Financial Services, Healthcare & Public Health, Information Technology, and Transportation Systems.

Registration:
See events email.