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Monday, March 23

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
D1 Hacker vs. Hacker: Old-School Desktop vs. New-School Mobile INTERACTIVE SESSION
George Tubin, Sr. Security Strategist, IBM/Trusteer
Etay Maor, Senior Fraud Prevention Strategist, IBM/Trusteer 
Learn the latest cybercrime techniques used to attack financial institutions
Understand how cybercriminals circumvent the defenses used by most financial institutions
Learn about emerging mobile fraud approaches being introduced around the world
See how to most effectively bolster your institution's anti-fraud defenses  

11:15 AM – 12:15 PM
D2 Before Zero Hour: Leverage the Network to Identify Threats Before it's Too Late
Matt Robertson, Technical Marketing Engineer, Lancope
Identify advanced targeted attacks
Detect malicious insider threats 
Drive additional security value out of existing network infrastructure
Accelerate threat identification and incident response process

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
D3 2015 SCADA Security Challenges and Mitigation
Amol Sarwate, Director of Vulnerability Labs, Qualys Inc.
Review a yearlong study of the most recent SCADA vulnerabilities in industrial control systems and critical infrastructure
In-depth explanation of SCADA systems components
SCADA protocols
Current state of SCADA vulnerabilities and analysis
Possible solutions to mitigate issues

3:15 PM – 4:15 PM
D4 Getting Intelligent About Threat Intelligence
Bill Dean, Director of Computer Forensics, Sword & Shield Enterprise Security
Concerns about trust and disclosing too much privacy information tend to bog down initiatives
Understand the value of threat intelligence
Learn the rich sources to build your own program
How to "safely" share threat intelligence with others

Tuesday, March 24

8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
D5 Inside the Mind of a Hacker
Erez Liebermann, Vice President, Senior Counsel, Corporate Investigations at Prudential Financial
Andrew Pak, Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey, Department of Justice
An understanding of a Hacker’s motivation
Steps to protect a business pre and post breach
Identifying soft points in the network from the mind of a hacker
An understanding of a prosecution’s timeline
The hacker’s steps to profit from each breach
The risks and benefits of cooperating with the Government

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
D6 Anatomy of a Credit Card Stealing Point-of-Sale Malware DEMO
Amol Sarwate, Director of Vulnerability Labs, Qualys Inc.
In-depth explanation of point-of-sale system components
The nuts and bolts of RAM scrapers and how they steal credit card data from POS systems
Techniques used to compromise POS
Demonstration of how easy it is to create POS malware
Solutions and countermeasures to mitigate issues

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
D7 Achieving Real Security: Privilege Management and Automated Credential Rotation
Philip Lieberman, President and CEO, Lieberman Software
Implement automated solutions to reduce or eliminate workload in password changes, administrative access controls and attestation
Quickly find and fix lost privileged identities and their usages permanently
Change privileged service account passwords without causing outages
Automate privilege management using escalation and proxied access
Add multi-factor authentication to systems that don’t currently support it
Secure on-premises infrastructure, line of business, and cloud based application access in minutes

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
D8 Who Clicked? Who Cares?
Chris Nickerson, CEO, LARES Consulting 
A history of breaches and why even companies with massive awareness programs are still getting compromised
Why phishing exercises and user awareness programs are not enough to stop the attacks
How to effectively phish for relevant metrics 
Learn to analyze the real attack surface of phishing and social engineering attacks
How to stop pouring money on the fire and start empowering employees 

Wednesday, March 25

9:45 AM – 10:45 AM
D9 You Employ Your Greatest Threat
Brian Varner, CISSP, Senior Manager, Cyber Security Group, Symantec Corporation
Explore various insider threat scenarios 
Hear about tactics, techniques, and procedures to identify and reduce risk vectors
Behind-the-scenes views into the anatomy and psychology of insider threats

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
D10 Play the Offensive: Fighting DDos Before it Attacks You
Evan Uhl, Security Operations Center Manager, Neustar, Inc
Common risks associated with DDoS attacks, and mitigation techniques
Why standalone technologies require complementary tools to lower organizational risk
Critical techniques to protect service availability 
Baseline requirements that must be met to defeat DDoS 
Case examples of how security models are protecting cloud services and blocking malicious behavior

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