The Missing Link in the Supply Chain (BrightTALK)
August 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
In recent years, the global supply chain has become the new"playground for hackers". With supply chain inherently having numerous links (from suppliers to manufacturers to distributors), the number of potentially exploitable relationships makes it an attractive target. This presentation includes the 'how' and the 'why' of supply chain attacks and describes several notable malware campaigns affecting supply chain in multiple industries
Who Should Attend
Cyber Security and IT Audit professionals
One hour webcast on Supply Chain Security
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Co-Founder, Principal Engineer
Chris Hall has been in the intelligence community for over 18 years in various capacities including SIGINT, network defense, reverse-engineering, and fusion. In 2012, Chris moved from the government to the private sector to help form the Red Sky Alliance and then co-found Wapack Labs in 2013. As a partner at Wapack Labs, Chris's main responsibility is to oversee the production, sourcing, and collection of intelligence.
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- Prerequisites and Advance Preparation: None
- Program Knowledge Level: All
- Delivery Method: Online
Sushila Nair has twenty year’s experience in computing infrastructure, business and security and has worked in a number of diverse areas — telecommunications, risk analysis, credit card fraud, and has served as a legal expert witness. She has presented at numerous international conferences including CACS, Segurinfo and RSA. She currently serves as the marketing director at the ISACA Greater Washington, D.C. chapter
Sushila is a qualified lead auditor in BS 17799, CISA, CISSP, CISM, CRISC.