This month’s discussion we will be exploring security gaps in DNS and the current security technologies that protect CIA of the service. DNS is critical to all networks and therefore all businesses. Nearly all applications leverage DNS for proper operation, yet most organizations do very little to secure their DNS infrastructure. At this meeting we will discuss how DNS is leveraged to support proper network operations and leveraged for nefarious operations like data exfiltration and ways to mitigate the risks Join this session to get a better understanding of how your DNS deployment may be vulnerable.
Remaining Dates for 2017 Meetings
Mar 7, Apr 11, May 9, Jun 6, July 11, Aug 8, Sep 12, Oct 10 and Nov 7
The Central Virginia Chapter of ISSA was founded in 2006 and is part of the national Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) (http://www.issa.org)
. The ISSA has more than 13,000 individual members and more than 100 chapters around the world. ISSA is the largest international, not-for-profit association for information security professionals. It provides educational forums, information resources and peer interaction opportunities to enhance the knowledge, skill and professional growth of its members. ISSA works closely with other industry organizations such as (ISC)2, ASIS, and ISACA.The Central Virginia ISSA offers annual CISSP training from experienced and practicing Information Security Experts.We also conduct monthly meetings on a wide variety of Information Security Topics provided by some of the most knowledgeable security professionals in the field. Our monthly meetings at Mekong. These meetings provide Continuing Education Credits for CISSPs and are open to ISSA Members and Non-Members.