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As part of the competition, each team -- along with a new "CIO" -- was hired to take over IT operations for the fictional company EnV research Inc. The competition packet described the following scenario: "At the request of major stake holders, including the Department of Energy, the previous IT team was let go after confidential and proprietary EnV research documents surfaced online. As the new IT department, you will be tasked with securing the EnV network, while maintaining business operations."
NECCDC is the regional qualifier for the national Collegiate Cyber-Defense Competition (CCDC). The northeast region represents institutions in the states of New York, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
The NECCDC selected one winner and one alternate to represent the region in this year's CCDC in San Antonio, Texas, April 19-21.
This week's episode of the Akamai Security Podcast is a recap of RSA Conference 2014, and my guests are Stuart Scholly, SVP and General Manager of Akamai's Security Business Unit, Akamai CSO Andy Ellis, and Program Manager Meg Grady-Troia.
Welcome to the Akamai Security Podcast. I'm your host, Bill Brenner. This week I finish off a series on volunteers in the security community -- particularly those who organize and volunteer at security conferences around the world. My guest is Brian Bourne, co-founder of the Security Education Conference in Toronto, more popularly known as SecTor. Bourne is also president of CMS Consulting Inc.
At the recent ShmooCon conference, industry leader James Arlen discussed the need for better business etiquette among security practitioners.
This week's episode is with Akamai Senior Security Advocate Martin McKeay.
He's an old friend with more than a decade of experience in information security. At Akamai, he spreads awareness about security and privacy, helping customers understand our approach to both.
As a self-described "recovering QSA," he's well aware of the pain many companies feel when dealing with compliance.
He is also the host and author of a pair of the longest running podcasts and blogs in the security industry, the Network Security Podcast and the Network Security Blog.