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Event on May 2024

*7-8 May 2024 – RSAConference

– Talking about – Cyber Tips.
– 7-8 May, 2024
– Speaker Bill Alderson, Facilitator at Securityinstitute.com

Description

Catch Bill Alderson wearing “WHITE HAT”, the facilitator at SecurityInstitute.com, at the RSA Conference 2024. Say him “Hello & High Five, Howdy” and receive invaluable Cyber Tips

Bill will share a valuable 30-second tip on how smart SolarWinds users avoided becoming victims of the biggest Supply Chain Attack in history.

See you at RSA Conference 2024, where we’ll connect, learn, and stay ahead in the ever- evolving world of cybersecurity. Don’t forget to mark your calendars!

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Full Address
Moscone Center, San Francisco.

Message to Bill to connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billalderson/

Event on April 2024

*26th April 2024 – TAG Austin – https://www.tagaustin.org/

– Talking about – Security Institute’s Zero-Day Prevention Think Tank
– Friday, April 26, 2024, 8 AM
– Speaker Bill Alderson, Facilitator at Securityinstitute.com

Description

“This is more than an initiative; it’s a crusade against the fatalistic acceptance of inevitable data breaches. It’s time to challenge the widespread belief that prevention is out of our reach.”
Bill Alderson will unveil the Security Institute’s Zero-Day Prevention Think Tank. This pioneering initiative marries cutting-edge Cybersecurity prevention in a future of digital collaboration, leveraging the innovative potential of Web3 and NFT technology to redefine secure online interactions.

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Event on April 2024

*11th April 2024 – Innotech Dallas

Talking about – Zero-Day Defense: Unveiling Proactive Prevention Strategies
– Thursday, April 11, 2024, 2:00 PM
– Speaker Bill Alderson, Facilitator at Securityinstitute.com

Description

In the rapidly evolving landscape of cybersecurity, the threat of zero-day vulnerabilities looms larger than ever, challenging organizations to rethink their defense mechanisms. The conventional security paradigm—dominated by detection, response, and mitigation—while essential, often overlooks the critical element of proactive prevention. This presentation, led by Bill Alderson, a seasoned expert in IT disaster response and forensic analysis, dives deep into the heart of zero-day prevention strategies, offering attendees a unique opportunity to pivot towards a more preventative cybersecurity posture.
Drawing from a rich career that spans four decades of solving some of the most complex cybersecurity challenges—ranging from the immediate aftermath of 9/11 to thwarting attacks against critical national infrastructure—Bill shares firsthand insights into the often-underutilized approach of prevention. The session will unveil specific, actionable strategies that have been distilled from high-stakes lessons learned, not just theoretical knowledge but real-world applications that have successfully thwarted potential disasters.

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Full Address
Room 4
500 Las Colinas Blvd W
Irving, TX 75039

Event on April 2024

Date: *2nd April 2024 – DIR Information Security Forum (ISF) 2024 – SOLD OUT

– Talking about – QUIC Protocol Enterprise Overview & Security CautionsDate & Time
– Tuesday, April 2, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
– Speaker Bill Alderson, Facilitator at Securityinstitute.com

Description

The Internet Engineering Task Force’s (IETF) QUIC Protocol is already impacting all Operating Systems, web browsers and servers, including Google, YouTube, and Meta. Microsoft, Linux, and Apple are planning similar transitions to QUIC. Bill Alderson, also known as Packetman007, explains what the QUIC Protocol is and how it works with diagrams not found in IETF’s Request for Comments (RFCs) publications. Bill will share a side-by-side comparison of TCP versus QUIC benchmark results in addition to security cautions organizations should be aware of. Bill will explain why QUIC is needed, identify the speed improvements QUIC has over other protocols, provide monitoring suggestions, and show how QUIC can be enabled to harness 5G bandwidth and rapid mobile reconnects.

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Session Objectives:

– Learn about QUIC Protocol.
– Prepare and understand what your exposure level is.

Location Name
Room 2

Full Address
Palmer Events Center
900 Barton Springs Rd
Austin, TX 78704
United States

Session Type
Breakout