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Women in AppSec (WIA) [clear filter]
Saturday, November 21

09:30 WIB

OWASP Women in AppSec (WIA) - Application Of NIST Cyber Security Framework in Public Schools
OWASP Women in AppSec (WIA) - Application Of NIST Cyber Security Framework in Public Schools

As we all know that Cybercriminals are targeting middle schools and high schools and given the fact that due to COVID 19 we are now in an online learning environment. So It is vital than ever that we must apply frameworks to protect our young adults from Cybercriminals. Schools all over the world are scrambling to protect their children and communities, but there are not many resources available for middle schools and high schools’ guidance. The National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) Cyber Security Framework can be applied in K-12 which can be very helpful. In this talk, I will cover the application of the NIST CyberSecurity framework for K-12 schools in a global perspective. This talk is for all types of attendees who are educators and want to help K12 schools in creating a Cyber Attack free environment.

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Assistant Teaching Professor, University of Washington
Deveeshree is passionate about teaching and learning cybersecurity and information technology. She began her career as an information security analyst and has been involved in various roles related to cybersecurity before joining UW Tacoma. She grew up in India before moving to the... Read More →

Saturday November 21, 2020 09:30 - 10:15 WIB

10:30 WIB

Mobile Security in a Remote World
Attacks are no longer limited to traditional endpoints like laptops and workstations; mobile devices have been ranked the #1 hardest enterprise asset to defend. Compounded by bring-your-own device policies, enterprises are struggling to protect themselves against a growing variety of mobile threats.

In this session, we will dive into the challenges with securing mobile and the evolution of mobile device security. Join us to learn about why attackers are shifting to target mobile, validated by investigations from the Cybereason Nocturnus team, and how the enterprise is moving to address them.

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Allie Mellen

CSO, Cybereason
Allie Mellen is a computer engineer by training and has spent the past decade in engineering, development, and technical consulting roles at multiple venture-backed startups, as well as research roles at MIT and Boston University. Her passion is combining technology and effective... Read More →

Saturday November 21, 2020 10:30 - 11:00 WIB