From Paul's Security Weekly
Recorded on November 26, 2019, @G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Small Business Security Programs & Compliance
Russell and the team will discuss security and compliance specifically for small businesses where Russell has been responsible for audit and compliance including NIST 800-171, 800-53 (FISMA) and SOC, and how to achieve decent security and meet compliance requirements with limited staff and resources.
Jim has presented at NolaCon, ITEN WIRED, BSides Las Vegas, BSides Atlanta, BSides San Francisco, CircleCityCon, DEF CON, DerbyCon, CypherCon, HackerHalted and several smaller conferences. He has presented training classes at CircleCity Con and BSides San Francisco. He is a regular contributor to the Tripwire Blog and Peerlyst. He regularly attends national security conferences and is passionate about conveying the importance of developing, implementing and maintaining security policies for organizations. His talks convey unique and practical techniques that help attendees harden their security in practical and easy-to-deploy ways.
Jim is a senior staff member with BSides Las Vegas, a member of the ITEN WIRED Planning Committee and the President of the Florida Panhandle (ISC)2 Chapter. He served as President and CEO of GridSouth Networks, LLC, a joint venture between Creative Data Concepts Limited Inc. and AppRiver, LLC., and founded Creative Data Concepts Limited, Inc.
He stays connected with the InfoSec and ethical hacker community and is well-known by his peers. In addition to his work at AppRiver, he devotes his time to advancing IT security awareness and investigating novel ways to implement affordable security controls. When not at the computer, Jim can be found working out, playing guitar, traveling or just relaxing with an adult beverage.
Compliance Maturity & the Illusion of Security
Jeff and Russell are leading the charge
Segment Two: Discussion and Q/A - 12:30-1:00PM