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Jonathan Kimmitt, Chief IT Security Officer, University of Tulsa

Jonathan Kimmitt, Chief IT Security Officer, University of Tulsa

Jonathan currently serves as Chief IT Security Officer for the University of Tulsa. His primary responsibility is the development and execution of the University's IT Security Initiative. Jonathan has 15 years of experience at TU in Information Services & Security Operations, and has been involved with all aspects of IT at the University. Currently he holds a CISSP, and PCIP, and is the Program Director for the Information System Security Association (ISSA) chapter in Tulsa, OK.
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ISSA Chapter Panel: Opportunities in Cyber Security

Speakers: Pedro Serrano, Wes DeVault, Jonathan Kimmitt, Edward Eckenstein

Panel Discussion from ISSA Chapter Board Members
Jul 21st - 8:45 AM
Jul 21st

Social Networking to Social Engineering

With the wide spread use of social networking (Linked In, Facebook, etc.) attackers now have a significant amount of information available to prepare a social engineering attack against an individual and/or organization. During this interactive presentation, we will discuss the sources of information and how an attacker will collect and use against the victim or organization. We will also discuss how to protect yourself and your organization from this type of social engineering attack. Discussion topics will include security awareness, policies, auditing, and procedures.
Jul 21st - 1:00 PM
Jul 21st

Martial Arts and the art of Cyber Defense

30 years of martial arts training has lead me to a very systematic process of learning and teaching self-defense concepts. These concepts are identical to the concepts used in defending information, systems, and networks in our organizations. This interactive discussion will explore some of the basic concepts of training martial arts, and how it directly corresponds to network/information defense.TrainingBasics * What are the basic skill sets that we need in this craft, and how do we attain them? Awareness: * What are the targets and attackers, how do you develop the skill sets to protect the targets? * What are the attacks? * Where do we get information? (news, podcast, meetings, mail lists, notifications, etc.) Training: * How do you develop the skill sets to protect the targets? * Knowledge, Skills, and abilities of Cyber Defense * Sand the Floor: The art of repetition Philosophy * Why do we do what we do in this craft? * What are our goals, and ethical guidelines? History * What can we learn from history of the Cyber Security craft?
Jul 21st - 2:45 PM
Jul 21st