SolarWinds Attack: An In Depth Look
Last year one of the largest and most sophisticated attacks was discovered. Since then, thousands of SolarWinds customers have been impacted. This webinar will focus on what we have learned so far and what these types of software supply chain attacks mean for the industry.
We will start with an in depth look at the code and exploits embedded in the SolarWinds software. From here we will explore the risks that exist in software (or hardware) supply chains, and what techniques can be used to help mitigate those risks.
Chief Technology Officer, Security On-Demand
Joel serves as CTO and has responsibility for security operations, service delivery, infrastructure and compliance. Prior to joining Security On- Demand, Joel spent 10 years at EISI, a software and SaaS provider to the financial services industry where he served as Chief Information Security Officer and Vice-President of Operations. Prior to EISI, Joel was VP of Engineering & Operations for StyleLogic. Joel began his career as a nuclear engineer for the U.S. Navy. He has a B.S in Nuclear Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and holds certifications in ISO 27001, CRISC, LEAN, Six Sigma and is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).
Founding Member and Chief Technology Officer, Bace Cybersecurity Institute
Mark Cummings Ph.D. has been lucky enough to be involved in every technical revolution in the last 45 years – both the successes and the failures. His goal for the next ten years is to help navigate through these challenging times - helping people avoid past mistakes and achieve the full promise of our rapidly evolving technology/business/social landscape. He is currently involved in a number of projects including Orchestral Networks, where he is the inventor of the patented technology behind the company’s products, and Bace Cybersecurity Institute where he is a Founding Member and Chief Technology Officer. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems from Tohoku Imperial University in Japan, an MBA in Communications Management from Wharton, and a BA, in Broadcast Communications Arts from San Francisco State University. Mark is based in Silicon Valley.