We are excited to announce the August issue of OUCH! This month, led by Guest Editor Keith Palmgren, we explain Backups and Recovery. When all else fails, backups are often your last resort, to include dealing with Ransomware. Unfortunately, even though backups are very simple, many people fail to do them. Share OUCH! with your family, friends, and coworkers.
The 3rd annual SANS European Security Awareness Summit takes place 6/7 Dec in London. This highly interactive forum is THE event for Security Awareness Officers looking to take their programme to the next level. Learn from your peers the latest techniques in engaging employees and changing behaviour, and ultimately culture. This two-day Summit includes expert awareness-focused talks, interactive discussions, networking events, video wars, show and tell, phishing wars, and more! Be sure to register early as the US Summit sold out five weeks before the event.
VIDEO OF THE MONTH
The Video of the Month is Targeted Attacks. From Nation State APT to financially motivated CEO Fraud, today’s attacks have become far more targeted and effective. Learn more about Targeted Attacks, how they work and how you can defend yourself.
GUEST EDITOR BIO
Keith Palmgren is a Cybersecurity professional with over 30 years of experience specializing in the IT Security field. He is a SANS Senior Instructor and the author of SANS SEC301; “Introduction to Information Security.” Keith also runs a successful security consulting practice, working with corporate leadership and security staff to help lower their organization’s risk. Keith divides his remaining time between freelance writing and his family. Keith began his career in January 1985 with the U.S. Air Force working with cryptographic keys & codes management. He also worked in, what was at the time, the newly-formed Air Force computer security department. Following the Air Force, Keith joined AT&T/Lucent as a Senior Security Architect working on engagements with the DoD and the National Security Agency. Later, as Security Consulting Practice Manager for Sprint, Keith built and ran the second largest security consulting practice of its time. He was responsible for all Sprint security consulting worldwide and for leading dozens of security professionals on many consulting engagements across all business spectrums. During his career, Keith has authored 22 training courses. The American Council on Education certified seven of those courses as eligible for college credit. Keith currently holds eleven computer security certifications (CISSP, GSEC, GCIH, GCED, GISF, CEH, Security+, Network+, A+, CTT+). Learn more about Steve’s upcoming courses.
The September edition of OUCH! will be “Password Managers”, led by Guest Editor Chris Christianson.