Thank you to everyone who attended Go Secure 2019! Once again, we had a successful event due to the contributions of our speakers and vendors.

For those who would like to review the speaker presentations, they are linked below.

Discussions included:

  • “Emerging Threats”: Cyber threats that have affected both businesses locally and around the US. What’s being done to stop threats that are already here and how we are preparing to stop those that are coming. Steve Hope – President/Owner and Cody Kretsigner – Director of Information Security, CIAN
  • “Building an Effective Threat Hunting Program”: A product and vendor agnostic discussion of best practices for securing your business against cyber threats. The discussion will start with leadership and management objectives and move into practical deliverables your technologist should be focusing on. You will leave with a clear checklist of things to ensure leadership and IT engineers are focused on. Nick Schroeder, Senior Security Analyst
  • “Zero Trust”: An overview of Identity and Access Management in today’s world. Mack Bickle, Identity Automation Partner Manager
  • “Practical Cyber Security Defense”: A product and vendor agnostic discussion of best practices for securing your business against cyber threats. The discussion will start with leadership and management objectives and move into practical deliverables your technologist should be focusing on. You will leave with a clear checklist of things to ensure leadership and IT engineers are focused on. Dan Fischer, Senior Security Advisor, Cydex
  • The Equifax Hack ..and the Lessons Learned From It“: This presentation will cover the background, aftermath and lessons learned from the 2017 Equifax Security Breach. After pouring through several extensive reports on the breach, security researcher, Daniel Oakley will highlight lessons learned and provide opinions on how the breach could of been prevented. Dan Oakley, Senior Security Analyst
  • MITRE ATT&CK Enterprise Framework“: This presentation covers the MITRE project that started in 2013 to document common tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) that Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors use against Windows enterprise networks. Pete White, LogRhythm, Inc., Senior Sales Engineer

We look forward to seeing you next year at Go Secure 2020!