Thursday, April 23, 2015

RSA2015 – That’s a Wrap!

I wrap it up from RSA2015. As always, thanks to you for watching and thanks to all our guests this week: RSA’s Josh Waterloo with Risk Based Authentication, Greg Maudsley on Defending the New Perimeter, WhiteHat Security’s Jeremiah Grossman on the Change within InfoSec, FireEye’s Sam Ware on our Technology partnership and David Holmes on SSL in the Wild. Also a very special Mahalo to the F5 Studio’s Swante & Jeff for their production help this week - great work! Reporting from San Francisco!

 

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RSA2015 – SSL Everywhere (feat Holmes)

F5 Worldwide Security Evangelist, David Holmes, talks about why the internet is going SSL Everywhere. He explains why there’s been a surge in encrypted traffic and reveals some interesting statistics from his ongoing research on the SSL protocol. Always an engaging guest, David takes us through Forward Secrecy, Strict Transport Security and SSL v3. What they solve and how they are being used in the wild.

 

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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

RSA2015 Partner Spotlight: FireEye Partnership

FireEye Director of Strategic Partners, Sam Ware, talks about the new technical partnership between F5 and FireEye. FireEye aims to provide automated threat forensics and dynamic malware protection against advanced cyber threats, such as advanced persistent threats and spear phishing. Sam shares how FireEye can detect zero day anomalies and pass that information to BIG-IP to enforce a policy. Sam gives a few examples of the types of attacks that are detected and the resulting action that’s enforced.


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RSA2015 – The InfoSec Landscape with Jeremiah Grossman

In a fascinating and fun conversation, InfoSec luminary, web application expert, TEDx speaker and WhiteHat Security Founder, Jeremiah Grossman explains some of the change occurring within information security. Have the never ending breaches changed the way people think about security? How do organizations protect their critical applications in today’s hybrid environments? He also has some fun with the fate of the perimeter and also explains why InfoSec needs security guarantees. And if you ever wondered, learn why many InfoSec folks participate in a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Smackdown after events like RSA. Is there a connection between personal self-defense and defending against digital attacks?

 

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RSA2015 – Defending the New Perimeter

Greg Maudsley, F5 Director Product Marketing, discusses the many challenges organizations face when trying to secure an evolving hybrid infrastructure all while allowing access to authorized, yet mobile users. As applications move to the cloud, policies & services need to follow. How do you manage such a diverse environment where SSL is becoming the norm. With applications everywhere and users everywhere, the traditional perimeter based approached no longer works. Greg talks about how risk based policies, intelligence and visibility within a hybrid services model can help defend this new perimeter.

 

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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

RSA2015 Partner Spotlight - RSA Risk Based Authentication

RSA Technology Consultant Josh Waterloo talks about the evolution of two-factor authentication and how risk based auth is starting to take hold. He also shows us a demo of the integration between RSA SecurID and BIG-IP APM to provide risk based, strong authentication for corporate access to sensitive information.

 

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Monday, April 20, 2015

RSA2015 – Find F5

Sporting the crisp F5 ‘Defend the New Perimeter’ t-shirt, I show you how to find F5 booth 1515 at RSA 2015 in 17 paces or less. The theme this year is Change – Challenge today’s security thinking and with the mobile revolution, applications delivered from hybrid environments and the shifting perimeter, changing your security thinking today will help protect your business applications tomorrow.

 

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