11:30 am - 1:00 pm Central Time
|November 17 – Lunch & Learn
|Join us at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Plano on November 17, 2022 at 11:30 am for a panel discussion on log management and data retention, including operational, audit, and legal requirements.
The saying, “all data is security relevant” may be true (or may have been true), but that doesn’t mean that we send ALL of the data to our Security analysis systems. Being able to have choice, control and flexibility of log data and what we retain is a critical aspect of a successful Cybersecurity and Incident Response Team. Additionally, there are legal, audit, and operational requirements or limitations on what should be retained or not. This panel will discuss what logs and other data should be retained, for what duration, and will explore best practices to manage logs and data to ensure compliance with internal and external requirements.
James K. Adamson
James K. Adamson is an information security professional with almost two decades of consulting experience in the security and risk management field, with an emphasis in payment security that has included clients in retail, financial, telecom, travel, healthcare, and service provider verticals. He is the co-author of the upcoming book, “PCI Compliance – Understand and Implement Effective PCI Data Security Standard Compliance, Fifth Edition.”
Mitchem Boles is an executive and strategic advisor with a specialty in cybersecurity technologies, solution integration, and strategy with a particular passion for cloud security. Mitchem led the Information Security program for a group of 25 hospitals and 200 healthcare clinics in Texas. He also has worked in the MDR – Managed Detection & Response services, MSSP – Managed Security Service Provider space, and led Security Operations for one of the largest Electric Utilities in the United States.
Vice President, Cybersecurity Architecture at GM Financial
Paul Daigle is a Sr. Staff Solutions Engineer at Cribl. Prior to Cribl, Paul worked for Splunk for over 8.5 years focused on Splunk and Splunk’s customer’s Cybersecurity. In Paul’s 28 years of work experience in IT, he has focused in a variety of areas including networking and telecommunications, remote access, WAN engineering, hosting services (IaaS), WiFi mesh routing, hardware storage solution consulting, and data platform for enhanced security. Paul has helped customers in the Fortune 10-1,000 space grow and realize the full value of solutions for achieving their business objectives.
Joe Paul is a proven leader with extensive expertise in Information Security, Data Privacy, IT Audit, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, and IT Governance, Risk Management and Compliance. He assesses threats and risks to IT and financial systems, and implements strategies to correct gaps, ensure regulatory compliance, and cut inefficiencies. Joe holds multiple industry certifications, including CISSP, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CBCP, CTPRP, and PMP. In addition to holding the position of Director of IT Security Compliance at Choreograph, a WPP/GroupM Company, he currently serves on the NTX ISSA Board as Programs Director.