ISSA-NOVA September 2013 – Audience Choice

Presentation NOT AvailableFeaturing Joe Klein on one of 3 topics to be decided by the audience upon arrival.
“Advanced IPv6 Defenses” (Technology-Defense),”Implication of Time Hacks on your organization” (Technology-Attacks),”Managing Disruptive Technology, a CMM Security Framework” (Process).
Date: Thursday, September 19
Time: Doors Open at 5:30 PM;  Meeting Starts at 6:15 PM
Location: Oracle Corporation – Reston, VA
Special Note: Must be a US Citizen or Green Card Holder to attend.  Photo ID Required for facility entry.
RSVP Required: RSVP Here
Joe Klein is Expert Cyber Security Solutions Architect at SRA International. Joe Klein is a 30-year veteran of the IT and IA industry. He has extensive experience in DoD, US Government and commercial sectors, focusing on information assurance, network security and IPv6. Mr. Klein is often requested to speak at professional security venues and routinely participates in high-level government working groups as an expert on secure implementation of IPv6. As an active member of the IPv6 Forum and the North American IPv6 Task Force, he has provided support and feedback on IPv6 Attacks and Defenses, and serving as CyberSecurity SME. He has also spoken at BlackHat, DefCon, Phricknic, NSA ReBl, Toorcon, SECTOR, DISA FSO Security Days, SANS, Google IPv6 Conference, Advanced IPv6 Security Conference, HacKid and other. Over the last two years, Mr. Klein wrote and taught an “IPv6 Hacking and Defending” class to DARPA, Missile Defense, NSA, Cisco, NIST and AFIO. In addition, he worked with NSA, DISA, NIST and the IC community to write “best security practices” for IPv6 enabled networks.