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Topic: Data Loss Prevention and Threat Intelligence
Speaker: Monty St John
Join us for our October lunch meeting and earn 1 hour of CPE and enjoy lunch.
Program Description: Learn how Data Loss Prevention and Threat Intelligence can complement the others’ activities to help secure data and identify risks from insiders, outsiders, and emerging threats.
11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Registration and Lunch
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Program Data Loss Prevention and Threat Intelligence
About the Speaker
Monty St John, Threat Researcher, ATX Forensics:
Monty St John has more than 25 years of experience in security, digital forensics, reverse engineering, and threat intelligence. As a security professional, Monty spent 20 years in uniformed service assisting government, state and local law enforcement agencies with their investigations and digital forensics cases. His most proud work was seven years working on recovering individuals missing in action or prisoners of war from the Vietnam conflict.
During the last 10 years, Monty has been a key member of digital forensics, incident response and threat intelligence teams, deconstructing malicious binaries and providing insights and critical intelligence to profile and thwart threats.
Monty is a member of the Open Web Application Security Project and Information Systems Security Association (Austin, Texas chapters) and several other security professional organizations. In addition to several security and forensic industry certifications, Monty is a ISO Auditor and Microsoft Certified Solution Developer.
Monty’s current research is on harvesting the Domain Name System for threat intelligence and contributing to several books on open source malware analysis and structured threat intelligence.
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None required
Program Content: DLP and Threat Intelligence shouldn’t be strangers. This talk shows that by teaming up, each can complement the others’ activities to help secure data and identify risks from insiders, outsiders, and emerging threats.
Field of Study: Specialized Applications.
Maggiano’s Little Italy Restaurant
10910 Domain Dr #100, Austin, TX 78759
From MoPac and Braker Lane, turn East on Braker Lane, drive 0.4 miles to Domain Drive on the left. In 0.1 miles, turn left onto Feathergrass Court, and park in the D2 South Parking Garage (free parking) on the right. Walk East about 400 feet to Maggiano's restaurant.
Chapter Members: $25.00
Registration includes a lunch service.
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