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Having your cake and eating it too! Deploying DLP services in a Next Generation Firewall Environment - Mike Spaulding (Central Ohio Infosec Summit 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Having your cake and eating it too! Deploying DLP services in a Next Generation Firewall Environment
Mike Spaulding

Tech2 - Session #5 - Mike Spaulding This session will discuss success factors and potential impacts of deploying a highly complex data loss prevention solution within a next generation firewall deployment. As the need for DLP services grows and more traffic is being encrypted than ever before, what seems like a simple solution can become complex and arduous almost overnight. The talk will focus on key components; data types, encryption, advanced filtering, and rulesets needed on both the next generation firewall and the DLP system itself. Much of this talk is based on lessons learned and from deployments attempting to rollout complex DLP solutions within mid-sized to large corporate environments.

Bio: Mike Spaulding is a seasoned information security professional and leader. With over 20 years of experience within information security his expertise includes the best of breed vendors in the SIEM and Next Generation Firewall markets. During his consulting years, Mike focused on configuring and deploying these technologies in large global environments. Within his most recent roles he has provided both technical expertise, along with vision, planning, and mentoring to staff within his organizations to ensure that current and future professionals are prepared to handle the changing infosec landscape ahead.

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