Cyber War Story: Session 2- Vulnerabilities With Externally Developed Products
When: January 19, 2017 09:00AM - January 19, 2017
Welcome to our second installment of a Cask series that our Associate Director of Risk and Security Solutions, Matthew Kasurkin, will be leading for CISOs, CIOs, IT Auditors, Risk Management personnel, Security Engineers, Analysts, and Architects who are trying to figure out a better way to manage security incidents and vulnerabilities!
Do you have a current HR system for onboarding? Were the appropriate security measures taken in the development of this system? Onboarding a new employee entails loads of sensitive data. In this session, Matt will go through a real life scenario for a company and teach how Cask’s best practice use of ServiceNow Threat Intelligence and Vulnerability Management can reduce the risk of a data breach.
Matthew Kasurkin, Associate Director of Risk and Security Solutions
As Associate Director of Risk and Security Solutions, Matt brings more than 15 years of advisory, audit and information security experience to Cask. He has served multiple organizations in different industries including, but not limited to, public sector, healthcare, IT service providers, financial services, and manufacturing. His primary focus and areas of expertise include IT Governance, IT Attestation / Examination, IT Risk, Cyber Forensics, Security Operations, Information Security and Business Process / Control Transformation.
Matt received his B.S. in Information Systems, with a concentration in Networking and Database Administration, from Drexel University and holds the C|CISO (Certified Chief Information Security Officer), CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor) and CRISC (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control) certifications. Matt is a member of Information Systems Audit Control Association (ISACA), EC-Council, the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and InfraGard.