Please join us for our September chapter meeting and presentation. This month we have a special visitor from the Bay Area you won't want to miss. Tim O'Brien, director of Security Operations and Defensive Technologies practice for Trace3, will be presenting on digital forensics beyond just incident response. The meeting and presentation will be Thursday, September 13th from 6-8PM, at the University of Phoenix. As always, (ISC)2 members will receive 2 hours of CPEs. Following the meeting, we'll continue the conversation at 94th Aero Squadron.
Location: UoP 9645 Granite Ridge Dr. San Diego, CA 92123
Speaker: Tim O’Brien heads up the Security Operations and Defensive Technologies practice for Trace3. With a career spanning over two decades and various industries, Mr. O’Brien has established himself as a foremost expert in Security Operations, Digital Forensics, Incident Response, risk management, and threat intelligence. Mr. O’Brien has established himself as an industry expert in developing effective defensive security measures with a focused Security Operations and Security Operations Center (SOC) programs. He is well versed in developing technical solutions, determining the best options for the business and its goals, and creating comprehensive implementation plans that minimize risk for the organization. His excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with emphasis on understanding relationships among technical problems, resulting in sound and effective business solutions while reducing risk. He is the recent past president of the ISC2 Silicon Valley Chapter, while currently the chairperson of the chapter’s advisory board. Mr. O’Brien’s attention to detail and knowledge of operations execution, combined with his diligence to always do right by the customer, has made him and his team a hot commodity at Trace3.
Topic: Digital Forensics is not just for incident response anymore
Summary: Experienced InfoSec professionals are familiar with leveraging digital forensics in their incident response efforts. There are other opportunities to let the data tell the story, provide insight on risks your organization face, with how to mitigate those risks. What are these opportunities, how can you leverage forensics for these opportunities, & how do you acquire such capabilities? When leveraging digital forensics, there are opportunities to let the data tell the story beyond our incident response efforts. Let the story provide insight on the risks your organization face, provide insight on how to mitigate, and provide the evidence to take the actions needed. What sort of organizations and what sorts of use cases are there; and what real world examples have organizations been able to leverage digital forensics to identify and manage their risks?
(ISC)2 San Diego Chapter meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month. In support of (ISC)2 Chapter's mission to Connect | Educate | Inspire | Secure, guests and students are welcome. (ISC)2 members will receive 2 hours of Continuing Professional Education credits, please remember to bring your membership number. If you have not registered with the San Diego chapter please contact Jonathan our membership chair.