Sword & Shield Director of Computer Forensics and Security Assessments Bill Dean and Betsy Woudenberg, founder of Intelligence Arts, LLC, will be the featured speakers at a special session Wednesday, May 29.
The session, presented by the 2013 East Tennessee Cyber Security Summit Planning Committee, will discuss new information regarding Chinese hacking.
The committee is offering this session to members of the local cyber practitioner community for free if the member attended the 2012 Cyber Security Summit. Those who did not attend the summit, but who want to attend this session will be charged a $10 cash fee.
Dean and Wouldenberg will present the updated information at the Fountainhead College of Technology West campus at 10208 Technology Drive from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Dean will discuss detailed forensics from actual cases. He will concentrate on discovering the intrusion, preventing data loss, and effective remediation.
Woudenberg will cover China’s cyber “hacking” programs and concentrate on motivation, organization, activity, and techniques. She is a former CIA Case Officer with years of relevant experience, and speaks to audiences around the globe about the vulnerability of SCADA systems.
The presentations are unclassified and were initially being offered exclusively to 2012 Summit attendees. This program is NOT open to the general public. You must be invited or be a member of the cyber security community. Seating is limited for this event, so an RSVP is required. Please email your request to attend to Pat Payne, firstname.lastname@example.org. Your confirmation and directions will be emailed once your place is assigned.