Viagra, Money Mules, Credit Cards – Oh My!
Plenty – as evidenced by recent security-incident cases that Sword & Shield’s Bowe Hoy and Brian Bradley will discuss at the Northwest Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Symposium in Portland, OR on April 21. More than 1,500 business and technology professionals will converge at the Oregon Convention Center for the event.
Hoy and Bradley will present an overview of several internal and external attack case studies. The presentation also will offer insight into the threat landscape and the do’s and dont’s of security incident response and digital forensics. The pair will be available at the Sword & Shield booth to discuss our forensics and security-incident service offerings.
Hoy is an enterprise security consultant for Sword & Shield and has 14 years of experience information technology security professional and consulting industry. He provides strategic business development and security solution consultation to enterprises of all size and industries. He supports Sword & Shield customers throughout the entire information security engagement life-cycle, specializing in governance, risk & compliance (PCI, EI3PA, HIPAA, FFIEC/GLBA, NIST, NERC-CIP, FISMA, and others); assessments (network vulnerability assessment / penetration testing, application security testing, security policy, social engineering, and others); digital forensics / incident response, and electronic discovery.
Bradley serves as a principal consultant for Sword & Shield and has more than 15 years of IT and security experience, specializing in governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) consulting and assessments. He provides consultative services to commercial organizations in the creation and development of security plans, policies & procedures, and compliance remediation, specializing in HIPAA / HITRUST, PCI / EI3PA, FTC Red Flags Rule, GLB, NIST, ISO and others. He currently holds CISA, CHSS, CISSP and INFOSEC certifications and is a PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and HITRUST professional assessor.