December 2018 Chapter Meeting: Cyber Trolls and Internal Bandits

December 12, 2018
8:30 AM MST - 10:00 AM MST
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Zoom (Online) Conference


"Cyber Trolls and Internal Bandits: With all that electronic content, what is your content protection strategy?"

Almost all organizations are open to security breaches. Whether it is simply data stored in a database, or electronic content and records stored in an associated repository, organizational information assets are vulnerable to cyber bandits and internal trolls. The difference between the two is that the cyber trolls have to first penetrate the cybersecurity infrastructure and then figure out how to navigate and then extract the information. The internal bandits have authorized direct access to the system, knows where the information is stored and can breach it in place or extract it using a variety of common tools.

This presentation will consider various architecture and authorization tools for combating both groups once they are inside the information vault.  There are the traditional roles of permissions, attribute based access control, Active Directory and identity management solutions that can currently protect the organization. There are newer and more advanced methods that consider data architecture such as "blockchain," sophisticated auditing and threat management notifications based on standard deviations of user’s standard access of content.

Speaker:  Mitch Farbstein

Mitch Farbstein has been Vice President of Sales for Feith Systems for 25 years, helping establish Feith’s Enterprise BPM and Records Management footprint.

After beginning his technology career in data processing in 1978 and focusing on ECM starting in 1986, Mitch joined Feith in 1993 where his strong technical background and knowledge of a diversity of platforms and business experience provided a strong foundation for architecting Enterprise and Records Management Solutions. Mitch regularly presents at various national conferences, seminars, and webinars.

He holds BS and MS degrees from Bucknell University, where he earned multiple votes for the 1971 Heisman Trophy,and was inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991.

Mitch is active teaching records management and business process management concepts for Records Management University.


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