“Just trust everyone and we will be fine, right?”
Why can’t you simply trust your employees to do the right thing? What benefit to the business comes from technical security controls? You have likely been asked to reduce risk and action for every funded project at once. Join former PayPal Security Architect, Scott Carlson, in this exploratory session, where he will show attendees how to:
- Realistically consider which projects can reduce risk most quickly
- Determine which layers of security are most important
- Bring peace-of-mind and improvements to your information security posture through privilege management, vulnerability control, over-communicating, and by reducing the attack surface
Scott Carlson, Technical Fellow
As Technical Fellow, Scott Carlson brings internal technical leadership to BeyondTrust, strategic guidance to our customers, and evangelism to the broader IT security community. He also plays a key role in developing innovative relationships between BeyondTrust and its technical alliance partners. Scott has over 20 years of experience in the banking, education and payment sectors, where his focus areas have included information security, data centers, cloud, virtualization, and systems architecture. He is also a noted thought leader, speaker and contributor to RSA Conference, OpenStack Foundation, Information Week and other industry institutions.
Prior to joining BeyondTrust, Scott served as Director of Information Security Strategy & Integration with PayPal, where he created and executed security strategy for infrastructure across all PayPal properties, including worldwide data centers, office networks, and public cloud deployments. He led several cross-departmental teams to deliver information security strategy, technical architecture, and strategic solutions across enterprise IT environments. As a member of the office of the CISO, CTO and CIO, Scott spoke on behalf of the company at global conferences. In addition, he was responsible for infrastructure budget management, vendor management, and product selection, while also serving as the cloud security strategist for private OpenStack cloud and public cloud (AWS, GCP, Azure). Prior to PayPal, Scott held similar roles with Apollo Education Group and Charles Schwab.
Where and When:
Venue: Seminar Room 3.1, SMU School of Accounting. 60 Stamford Road, Singapore 178900
Date: 4th December, 2017
1800 – 1900: Registration & Buffet Dinner
1900 – 2100 hrs : Presentation
To register, please visit URL : https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/just-trust-everyone-and-we-will-be-fine-right-tickets-40099623052
Valid Members of (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter: Free (1 ticket per member)
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