ISACA March Event - "Least Privilege for Endpoints" & "Top 10 Security Settings for Windows Active Directory...and How to Audit Them!" (7 CPE's)
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 4:45 PM (EST)
Tuesday March 5, 2013, Charlotte ISACA Chapter Full Day Event (7 CPEs):
"Least Privilege for Endpoints" by Derek Melber, sponsored by
"Top 10 Security Settings for Windows Active Directory...and How to Audit Them!" by Derek Melber.
7 CPE's will be awarded.
8:00 AM Registration / Breakfast / Networking
8:25 AM BeyondTrust Introduction & Presentation
8:35 AM Chapter Announcements & Speaker Introduction
8:45 AM Morning Presentation Begins, "Least Privilege for Endpoints" by Derek Melber, Sponsored by BeyondTrust
10:15 AM Break
10:30 AM Morning Presentation Continued, "Least Privilege for Endpoints" by Derek Melber, Sponsored by BeyondTrust
11:45 AM Q&A, Topic Wrap-Up, Raffle
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Afternoon Presentation Begins, "Top 10 Security Settings for Windows Active Directory...and How to Audit Them!" by Derek Melber
2:40 PM Break
2:55 PM Afternoon Presentation Continued, "Top 10 Security Settings for Windows Active Directory...and How to Audit Them!" Derek Melber
4:35 PM Q&A, Topic Wrap-Up, Raffle
4:45 PM Event Dismissal
Cost and Credits Offered:
Registration available until 11:55 PM EST March 4, 2013: The registration event cost is $60 for Charlotte ISACA members, $80.00 for Other ISACA Chapter, ISSA, IIA, & Partner Members, and $110 for non-members. An additional fee will be added for EventBrite processing. 7 CPES will be offered. Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks will be provided.
- Derek Melber, Derek Melber (MCSE and MVP) is a consultant, speaker, and author. Derek educates and evangelizes Microsoft technology, focusing on Security and Auditing, Active Directory, Group Policy, and desktop management. As one of only a few MVPs in the world on Group Policy, Derek develops end-to-end solutions using Group Policy for companies. Derek is the author of the The Group Policy Resource Kit by MSPress, which is the defacto book on the subject. Derek is also author of Securing and Auditing Windows Active Directory (IIA). Derek provides comprehensive consulting, speaking, and training solutions for all of his areas of expertise, which you can find on his site, www.derekmelber.com, or by emailing Derek at email@example.com.
- Least Privilege for Endpoints: Most corporate desktops are not secured, protected, nor safe. Whether you are running Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, or 8 most of these end point computers are opening up security holes for the entire network. The reasons these end point computers are insecure vary. Regardless of the reason, the root result of the insecurity is due to the fact that user is a local administrator on the computer. Some might ask what about a solution to this dilemma? The solution is to implement least privilege, which is also referred to as Least Privilege User Access (LUA). In this workshop, Derek Melber will guide you through the proper solutions, and expose you to the failed solutions, in solving this complex issue with desktops. When you have completed this workshop, you will have all you need to develop and deploy a least privilege solution in your company.
- Top 10 Security Settings for Windows Active Directory...and How to Audit Them!:
Everyone is concerned about security, especially those security settings that are most important. This session will cover the top 10 Windows security settings, which are typically configurable using Group Policy. Here, you will see the setting, understand the options, get the best practice, and see where to configure the setting manually or via Group Policy. Not only will you see how to configure the settings, you will be shown how to discover what the setting is on each computer, efficiently and using free tools!
What you will learn:
1. Which tools to audit every security control point we discuss (for free)
2. How to protect against anonymous access
3. How to properly secure authentication
4. How to protect services and service accounts
5. How to properly use User Account Control
6. How to protect users from the Internet when using Internet Explorer
Refund Policy: Due to the deadlines for attendance guarantees which commit us to pay for you whether or not you are able to attend, paid registrations will be refunded in full, minus the processing fee, for requests received in writing on or before March 4, 2013 at 3:00 PM EST. Submit refund requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. No refunds will be given for any cancellation requests received after March 4, 2013 at 3:00 PM EST. No reimbursement will be made if you fail to attend. Please note that substitutions will be accepted until 3:00 PM EST on March 4, 2013. Substitutions may be requested by sending an email to email@example.com. No walk-ins permitted for this event.
Parking: Parking is not included as part of the event fee. Parking is available at various other locations. Please find your appropriate parking.
You must pay in advance during your online registration.