A big thank you to our sponsors!:
We are very thankful to TEKSystems for sponsoring our monthly meeting. Please be sure to say thank you to them at the meeting!
2016 May Meeting
Registration is open for the May meeting!
Our May 13, 2016 meeting will be held at the TEKSystems location, 700 North Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville, KY 40222. The meeting will be from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM Eastern. Lunch will be provided.
Topic: The Song Remains the Same: A Decade of Unchanged Attack Vectors,
Abstract: DLP, End Point Management, EMV, Tokenization, Mobile and P2PE have changed the security industry, but surprisingly the same vulnerabilities found a decade ago in penetration testing continue to appear today in standard tests. Industry veteran and VP of Business Development at A-lign, Greg Johnson will address the data breach landscape and present the top vulnerabilities still being discovered along with remediation advice. Participants will gain: A review of the data breach landscape, · Common application and infrastructure vulnerabilities being found in web apps, payment processors, merchants and business of all kinds; Remediation steps – how to prevent this, Resources for future success
Speaker: Greg Johnson, A-Lign
Bio: Greg is the VP of Business Development at A-LIGN. He has served on multiple executive teams in sales and business development roles with technology and cybersecurity companies such as WordPerfect/Novell, Security Metrics, Global Access and Lancera Security.
2016 Meeting Schedule
December – Christmas Party TBA
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