Network Security Best Practices and Rise of Digital Applications & Impact on Privacy
(ISC)² Long Island Presents, “Network Security Best Practices and Rise of Digital Applications & Impact on Privacy”
Please join us for our April meeting featuring an in depth discussion on Network Security Best Practices as well as Discussion on Rise of Digital Applications along with their Impact on Privacy. We are continuing the return to in-person meetings. This will be a hybrid event and will include Teams access for remote attendees and presenters.
Members can invite one guest at no charge and get their promo codes by logging into the chapter website and going to their “My Page”. Sponsor promo codes have been previously distributed. Non-members can register for a nominal fee.
5:15 – 6:00 In-Person Registration and Networking
5:50 – 6:00 Remote attendees join via Teams
6:00 – 6:15 Welcome and chapter updates
6:15 – 7:05 Rise of Digital Applications and the Impact on Privacy
7:05 – 8:00 Network Security Best Practices
8:05 Session Wrap-up
Session 1 – Rise of Digital Applications and the Impact on Privacy
Privacy embodies ancient yet important principles that are used to manage life affairs in today’s digital world. Privacy is even more important in today’s digital world primarily due to the scale and speed at which information can spread. Laws and regulations are evolving to define what information is personal, but not private, and who can access it. For example, personal information can be any factual or subjective data about individuals, such as age, name, ID number, income, ethnicity, blood type, but which does not identify those individuals. Do enterprises record personal information, which are often shared with other organization or service providers, without compromising your privacy? In this session we will review a hands-on/practical framework for conducting Privacy Impact Analysis for enterprises.
Dr. Baljeet Malhotra
About the Speaker(s):
Dr. Baljeet Malhotra is an award-winning researcher known for his work in Open Source and API Risk Management. He conceived the world’s first “API Composition Analysis” based on source code static analysis. He founded TeejLab in 2017 and steered the team to build API
Discovery and Security™, world’s first comprehensive end-to-end API Risk Management platform.
Prior to TeejLab, he established the R&D unit of Black Duck Software in 2016 (acquired by Synopsys). He also served as Research Director at SAP. He received a PhD in Computing Science from the University of Alberta and won several awards including NSERC (Canada) scholar and Global Young Scientist (Singapore). He concurrently holds Adjunct Professor positions at the University of British Columbia, University of Victoria and University of Northern BC.
Session 2 – Network Security Best Practices
Fallout from security breaches grows larger and costlier every year. That’s because even the best security measures are undermined over time by network growth and configuration drift.
Avoid security headaches by closing holes in your network security before an attack. Experience how automated security validation across your entire hybrid-cloud network can help you prevent security disasters and maintain compliance.
About the Speaker(s):
Currently working as a Senior Marketing Content Manager for NetBrain and former network engineer with over 10 years’ experience supporting the design, implementation, and operation of telecommunication products and solutions for service providers in the satellite and