Join AWC and Tableau in Fremont for a crucial discussion about cybersecurity and data safety. Thank you to Tableau for hosting!
We see it now almost daily on the news, another cyber-attack and the release of sensitive data. We are constantly bombarded with information on best practices, products, and tips all meant to help keep our personal data and our company’s data secure.
Steve's talk will cover the more prevalent cyber-attacks today, as well as how to not fall victim to them. He will finish with a discussion of how to be more proactive in avoiding attacks, and practical things we can all do to protect our personal data and the data belonging to our company or organization.
Steve will be joined by be Joe Salowey from Tableau. Joe will focus on “Product Security at Tableau”.
*** Light Appetizers and Beverages ***
About the Speakers
Steve Hailey teaches the cybersecurity and digital forensics curriculum at Edmonds Community College. As of 2018, he will be an Information Technology veteran of thirty-five years, with twenty-eight years of experience developing and delivering technical training. Steve has thirty-two years of data recovery experience and has been providing cyber security and digital forensics services professionally for twenty-one years. He is an internationally recognized information security and digital forensics expert and has provided training in digital forensics for law enforcement agencies and the judiciary throughout the world.
He currently serves as a digital forensics and information security Subject Matter Expert for the military, providing training in ethical hacking techniques as well as smart phone and computer forensics. He is the founder and former President of the Washington State High Technology Crime Investigation Association, and was formerly Vice President of the Digital Forensics Certification Board.
Steve has performed work and conducted training in the fields of computer networking, information security, and digital forensics for Fortune 100 companies, several law firms, the federal government, various law enforcement agencies, and several colleges and universities. He is actively involved with developing and delivering training in digital forensics and information security to members of city, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. Steve has also served as an instructor and Subject Matter Expert for Texas A & M University, developing information security curriculum for them.
Steve is an instructor and Subject Matter Expert for the Cyberterrorism Defense Initiative program for the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA, and provided course development services for the course titled "Cyberterrorism First Responder," which is one of the courses he instructs. He developed the Continuing Legal Education course "Digital Forensics for Attorneys" which has been delivered to attorneys and legal professionals locally and internationally, to include the Washington State Attorney General's Office and the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Justice. As well, he developed and delivered training in conducting comprehensive digital forensic examinations to members of law enforcement for the Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, and Sharjah police departments in the United Arab Emirates.
Joe Salowey is a Senior PM at Tableau. Joe is passionate about security and developing secure products. He has extensive experience as a security architect, however, he found that even with secure protocols the lack of emphasis in secure product development practices led to product vulnerabilities that impacted the ultimate security of solutions built with these products so he broadened focus to include secure development lifecycle (SDL).
As a security architect he designs, develops and implements security protocols and solutions used widely throughout the Internet and other communication networks. He developed solutions tailored to integrate into the specific needs of various environments from service provider wireless networks to enterprise access network security.
As a security development lifecycle (SDL) specialist he leads development teams and organizations through improving the security posture of their current product offerings and putting in place a secure development lifecycle process to build security into their future offerings. He works with products that span domains from application to network and operating system security.
Joe actively participates in open international standards development organizations such as the IETF and IEEE to develop open security standards.
There are a number of street parking spaces along Northlake Way and there is parking in the NorthEdge garage, entering off N Northlake Place. Take a ticket as you enter the garage and Tableau will provide validation tickets at the event. To exit, insert the original ticket followed by the validation ticket.
If parked in the garage, take the East elevator to the lobby on level 3 (all other elevators and floors need badges). Otherwise, enter through the front door on N 34th St and you will be in the lobby on level 3.