Cisco Security and Log4j
Wednesday, December 14th at 11:00am MST
Log4j caused another year end disaster for defenders with yet another vulnerability that hits just before Christmas impacting millions of devices. In this session we will revisit this threat and the opportunity that defenders have building a layered defensive posture when patching is not feasible.
This session will be hands on showing the threat being realized without defensive capabilities and then we will advance our controls while validating the results leveraging the Cisco Security stack of capabilities. Layers matter and this will highlight that value while significantly reducing risk – proven with focused outcomes.
This will also prepare you for future vulnerabilities and overall risk mitigation leveraging everything in the defenders tool box
Speaker: Jason Maynard
Maynard has been architecting, designing, and deploying security technologies that secure the most complex computing environments for almost 2 decades. His understanding of operational and informational technologies, people, and process enable him to deliver effective, comprehensive security solutions that align to an organizations security goals and strategic imperatives. Jason is adept at addressing a range of risk profiles across multiple industry verticals; skills he has cultivated as an end-user security practitioner, partner/integrator, and now manufacturer as the FIELD CTO, focused on Cybersecurity for Cisco Systems. Jason is also active in the direct community speaking at BC Aware, Privacy and Security Conference, and has delivered multiple sessions at BSides. Jason also holds over 75+ designations across a variety of products and technologies including the CCIE designation.
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