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Cisco Security Vulnerability Management Presentation at (ISC)2 New York City

- February 12, 2013 - 0 Comments

My colleague, Dario Ciccarone from the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) will be presenting “Security Vulnerability Handling at Cisco” at (ISC)2’s New York Metro Chapter meeting on February 13th, 2013. This will be an evening of information security presentations, networking reception and filled with Chapter activity discussions during this event. This event also qualifies for 2 CPEs for certified information security professionals (CISSP).

The “Security Vulnerability Handling at Cisco” presentation will cover:

  • Collaboration and coordination of Cisco security teams which manage vulnerability detection, mitigation and disclosure
  • PSIRT: Mission, Process, Engagement Model
  • Customer Expectations
  • Top of our mind
  • Take home points
  • Question and Answer

By the end of this presentation, attendees will have a better understanding and perspective of what goes into managing security vulnerabilities related to Cisco products, as well as managing security vulnerabilities in general.

If you are in the New York area, please join in (ISC)2’s New York Metro Chapter meeting in New York City, New York to attend this highly informative presentation and come with your questions for the security experts from the Cisco PSIRT! If you are not, please see the following resources to learn more about Cisco PSIRT and their vulnerability handling practices:

Finally, please check out the Cisco Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) Portal for a great deal of additional collateral produced to help our customers protect their networks!


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