- — Debbie Umbach (@SecureGirl)Wed, Oct 22 2014 14:17:09Advice: "Take care of your stuff & really participate in development of ecosystem, standards, and actual sharing of info" #MTLCSecurity
- — Debbie Umbach (@SecureGirl)Wed, Oct 22 2014 14:18:08More advice: "You should be reaching out to local reps/agents/companies and establish contacts, prior to an incident." #MTLCSecurity
- — Margot Rodger (@margot_masstlc)Wed, Oct 22 2014 14:21:39Target breach expanded awareness and responsibility for security to board and other executive levels #mtlcsecurity
- — Debbie Umbach (@SecureGirl)Wed, Oct 22 2014 14:36:05Take threat based approach and apply r/y/g status to sensitive data. Dashboards are a good way to communicate with the Board. #MTLCSecurity
- — Scott Romanowski (@Skeptic_Scott)Wed, Oct 22 2014 14:38:54#mtlcsecurity missed incentive. Force dirs & above to store their & families personal data in same database as customers. Make ROI personal.
- — jean donnelly (@jeandonnelly12)Wed, Oct 22 2014 14:48:28Really liked Chris W from Veracode discussion on ID the "Crown Jewels" of info and see where they move in the org #mtlcsecurity
- — Jim ONeill (@jajoneill)Wed, Oct 22 2014 15:15:57Looking forward to a spot on the panel "Security in the Cloud" at #mtlcsecurity at 2:20. Hope to see some friends and colleagues there!
MassTLC's 2014 Security Conference: Building Security InTo an Insecure World
On October 22, 2014 MassTLC held our first full day Security Conference at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Over 200 people joined throughout the day to hear several insightful panel discussions and keynote presentations. Attendees shared their opinions and fun facts on twitter - check it out: