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Building a sturdy foundation - a program-based approach to IT Operations, Application Development, and Information Security in business - Steven Legg (Circle City Con 2015 Videose 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Building a sturdy foundation - a program-based approach to IT Operations, Application Development, and Information Security in business
Steven Legg

Circle City Con 2015

Businesses today face challenges of many types: technical, strategic, interpersonal, the list could go on ? addressing these challenges requires sharp doers and effective leaders, and above all a solid approach. Together we will explore some of the problems, and solutions, influencing the key programs which dictate the overall posture and maturity of an information security program. After establishing a common context, we will look at the beginnings and solid early steps, as well as long term objectives that will mature and polish each program - and of course: lulz and hardcore gaming references aplenty!

Bio: Steven is a former IT Director and entrepreneur turned Senior Security and Network Communications specialist in the financial industry. With more than 15 years of experience with everything from tinkering in small business environments to designing nationwide media distribution networks, Steven now spends his time SIEMing, VMing, and testing controls. Steven is also a developer for the PoshSec project, CTF enthusiast, father to an awesome 1 year old daughter, and lover of difficult/roguelike games (moar permadeath, MOAR!).

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