October 5, 2016
The October 5, 2016 Cyber Security Day sessions will be held in the Ballroom located in the Joe Mack Wilson Student Center (A Building) on Marietta Campus.
Visitor Parking is available across the street from Clendenin Building. More parking information can be found here.
Session I: 9:30-10:45
Brandon Gaudet is a private security consultant that works closely with organizations both large and small, providing guidance on how to secure infrastructure and assets.
Prior to entering into the private contracting world, Brandon was an assistant to the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC). In this role, he built and maintained servers and distributed systems in an environment that required close observance of security best practices. These requirements included resilience to attack by motivated and well-financed actors, as well as quarantine capabilities to contain malware samples researched by the supported labs. Through this experience Brandon has seen first-hand the effort required to successfully defend networks as well as the difficulties associated with such defensive efforts.
Brandon has always had a passion for technology; a passion which led him to join his high school engineering program after moving from his original home in Canada to the United States. Brandon started college at the age of sixteen and switched his major from engineering to computer science after getting only a small taste of what the world of computer science had to offer. Brandon's interests were further honed when he started working in computer security during his time at GTISC, giving him the last push he needed to set on the path of helping secure the businesses and services relied upon by his country.
Brandon is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Information Security at (expecting to graduate in the Fall of 2016) and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Session II: 11:00-12:15
Dr. Svetlana Peltsverger
Interim Associate Dean in the College of Computing and Software Engineering and Associate Professor of Information Technology
Kennesaw State University
Svetlana Peltsverger, Ph.D., CISSP is an Interim Associate Dean of the College of Computing and Software Engineering and an Associate Professor of Information Technology at Kennesaw State University. She has designed various security related curricular materials for information technology courses both on undergraduate and graduate levels. She is a co-author of a framework and labware for teaching privacy in Information Assurance curriculum.
Internet of Things/Internet of Everything (IoT/IoE) Security
Due to increasing number of connections, types of devices, and the faster mobile speeds and applications, IoT/IoE security becomes crucial. Gartner predicts that in 2020 there will be over 26 billion connected devices. Many fields, including medical, utility and transportation became dependent on IoT. What can happen if a pacemaker, a smart light bulb or a smart street signs is not secured? The presentation will show how people and technology can influence IoT security.
Session III: 12:45-1:45
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Presentation Title: Digital Forensics
Job Title: Digital Forensic Investigator
Lisa Arnold is a Digital Forensic Investigator (DFI) with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and has been so employed since September 2012. As a DFI, her responsibilities include collecting, preserving and analyzing digitally stored evidence and digital devices, including computers, laptops, cell phones, GPS devices, DVRs, etc. She has worked various crimes including child pornography, child abuse/molestation, rape, fraud, robbery, and murder. DFI Arnold has forensically examined over 400 items and has also testified in court as an expert witness.
DFI Arnold holds multiple forensic certifications including the EnCE and CFCE, among others, and earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University in 2008.
Session IV: 2:00-3:15
Session V: 3:30-4:45
Session VI: 5:00-6:15
Information Security Engineer
Kennesaw State University