Monday, April 16, 2018 to Friday, April 20, 2018
Recover Quickly & Safely from Ransomware
April 16, 4:10pm
With ransomware’s growing impact, recovering enterprise data quickly and ensuring that the data is accurate and safe has become critical. In this session, Tim McBride, NCCoE Acting Deputy Director, will discuss recently released NIST SP1800-11, Data Integrity: Recovering from Ransomware and Other Destructive Events, which demonstrates how a company can use standards-based technologies to efficiently recover from data integrity events. Learn more about this seminar.
Improving Mobile Authentication for Public Safety and First Responders
April 19, 8am
Bill Fisher, NCCoE engineer, will discuss the challenge of mobile native application authentication for public safety personnel and demo a reference design developed by NCCoE and industry experts. Learn more and reserve a seat now!
Network monitoring is going away... now what? TLS, QUIC, and beyond
April 19, 8am
Protocol improvements to prevent pervasive monitoring, such as forward secrecy and metadata hiding, are being standardized and deployed in response to greater awareness of threats to network traffic. The changes impact monitoring. The panel includes a cross-section of experts including an impacted enterprise network architect, a NIST security expert working toward solutions, and ACLU technologist. NCCoE computer scientist Tim Polk will participate on the panel. Learn more about this panel.
Check back soon for a list of demonstration topics, times, and locations.