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Scientific computing for information security - forging the missing link - Ryan Elkins Derbycon 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Scientific computing for information security - forging the missing link
Ryan Elkins
Derbycon 2019

Scientists rely extensively on scientific compute environments to solve the world?s most challenging problems. The same scientific platforms and principles can effectively solve common systemic challenges across information security programs. This session will demonstrate how to get started with scientific computing, build continuity into the security program, automate documentation and reporting, combine and decorate output from various technologies, produce continuous metrics, and develop a repository of knowledge to increase program maturity. This content has sharpened my own security skills which is why I am excited to share this information with the broader industry! The examples and tooling will be made available in GitHub following the presentation.

Ryan Elkins leads the cloud and application security architecture programs for Eli Lilly and Company. Elkins has over 12 years of security experience leading programs across the financial, insurance, and pharmaceutical industries. Throughout his career, he has developed cloud and application security programs, managed a global security services center, performed security consulting, and has led a global information security program. Elkins holds the CISSP and CCSP certifications, a bachelors degree in Computer Technology, and a masters degree in Information Security.

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