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Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
Threat Assessment: The New Normal
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Threat Assessment: The New Normal

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Providing anywhere, anytime access to the network for everyone on campus is the new normal, but it comes with a new generation of security threats. We’ll address emerging security issues related to …

Providing anywhere, anytime access to the network for everyone on campus is the new normal, but it comes with a new generation of security threats. We’ll address emerging security issues related to the wireless network, including email and web access. We’ll also discuss tactics and policies that CIOs can adopt to assess and address the threats to their networks.

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  • 1. Threat Assessment:The New NormalDr. Curtis A. Carver Jr.Vice Chancellor and CIOBoard of Regents
  • 2. Agenda• Emerging Threats• EmergingOpportunities• Business Impact
  • 3. 3,300 mile Private CloudVirtual LibrarySoftware StoreEnterprise Security and ePrivacyDistance Education Learning ManagementEnterprise Financials Enterprise BILibrary OperationsStudent InformationCollaboration
  • 4. PREMISE 1: GROWING THREAT
  • 5. Emerging Threats(on a scale of 1 to 10)10 United States,United Kingdom,Russia7 China3 Iran
  • 6. Can You Defend Against100,000 ProfessionallyTrained Hackers?
  • 7. Consider Mandiant Report on AG1• Believed to be People Liberation Army Unit 61398.• State sponsored, state funded, state secret.• Since 2006, they have compromised 141 companiesspanning 20 major industries.• Maintained access for an average of 356 days. Longestmeasured access was 1,764 days.
  • 8. Focus on Nation StatesIf a nation state wantsto break into your system,will they?
  • 9. What to Do?SecurityIncidentsPreventionDetectionResponseFuture?
  • 10. PREMISE 2: WHAT IS THE TRUTH?
  • 11. First Rule of the InternetAgreement does not scale
  • 12. Implications• Rootkits for “truth”• Denial of truth attacks• Zombie armies of disinformation?
  • 13. Quiz• Question: What happens if you Google asystem error?• Answer: Nation states run a site that providesguidance on answering a system error whileattacking your computer.
  • 14. PREMISE 3: TIS THE BEST OF TIMESAND THE WORST OF TIMES
  • 15. Normal Distribution Curve
  • 16. Effect of the WWW on the NormalCurve of Behavior?
  • 17. It is the best of times,for morons and geniuses alike.
  • 18. How are HumansGoing to Become Extinct?• Pandemic?• Global Warming?• Asteroids?• Nuclear War?• Lord Rees, theAstronomer Royal andformer president of theRoyal Society, is backingplans for a Centre for theStudy of Existential Risk.• "This is the first century inthe worlds history whenthe biggest threat is fromhumanity," says LordRees.
  • 19. Quick RecapWe live in a world of growing threats where abattle for the truth rages conducted by moronsand geniuses alike, operating from safe havenscreated by a flattening of the norms of humanbehavior which threaten the very existence ofmankind….[run-on butvery depressing sentence continues]
  • 20. Emerging OpportunitiesWell, we have the geniuses….
  • 21. 6.8 billion people….5.1 own cell phones….4.1 own toothbrushes….
  • 22. SecurityBusinessIntelReal-TimeLocationSocialPrivacyGlobalConsumerizationCloudBig Data
  • 23. Response as important as PreventionGet AgileGet BigThink ConsumerizationBuild MobileFirstThink Social
  • 24. Questions, Comments, aConversationDr. Curtis A. Carver Jr.Vice Chancellor and CIOBoard of Regents

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