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Project Management and Information Security Workgroups Present:
Is Your Project Vulnerable? Reducing Security Risks with SSDLC
May 4, 2015
2:30 - 4:00 pm
(2:00 pm Check-In)
189 Wolf Road Albany, NY 12205
Also available via Webinar
In days past, before the arrival of persistent cyber criminals and insider threats, information security was often an optional afterthought. Well, no more!
Security is now an obligation of modern day information systems' builders to the owners of the systems they serve. Security requirements must be identified early and addressed as part of the System Development Lifecycle (SDLC). Like any other business requirement, the further into the project you are, the more costly and time-consuming they are to address. Failure to fully define security requirements can have major repercussions to the success of a project, result in project delivery delays, deployment of an inadequate or insecure system, and even the abandonment of the project. The lack of appropriate controls can result in inadequate security, potentially putting New York State entities at risk of data breaches, reputational exposure, loss of public trust, compromise to systems and networks, financial penalties and legal liability.
Don't let this be the fate of your project. Come and join in a panel discussion on how New York State and private industry are combating and mitigating these risks, and are building in security from the beginning with a Secure System Development Lifecycle (SSDLC).
Presenters and Panellists:
Deborah Snyder, NYS Office of Information Technology Services (OITS)
Scott Rogler, NYS Engineering for the NYS Enterprise Information Security Office (EISO)
Russell Kiernan, QED National
Nancy Mulholland, NYS Office of Information Technology Services (OITS)
Sara Holmberg, NYS Office of Information Technology Services (OITS)
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