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Thursday, August 25 • 14:00 - 14:30
Hypervisor Enforced Data Loss Prevention - Neil Sikka, A1LOGIC

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Data Breaches are all over the news these days, and no organization is safe. Nobody, from the largest governments to the biggest banks to the most advanced security companies is able to adequately protect themselves. The difficulty is that there are infinite number of ways to exfiltrate data from an organization ranging from stolen/lost hardware to steganography to malicious insiders to 0Day exploits installing malware to side channels. The industry is trying to solve this problem using detection, heuristics, pattern matching and behavioral analysis. A new approach is clearly needed to fight the Data Breach problem and keep data inside an organization.
Come find out how to use Hypervisors to repurpose hardware to protect sensitive data under the assumption of compromised networks, devices and users (Malicious Insiders). In addition, find out how to do so without using any type of detection, heuristics, pattern matching or behavioral analysis, but rather a strictly algorithmic approach rooted in hardware. Finally, learn about how this technology can be used in a generic manner to protect data of DataBases, Server Software, unmodified legacy applications, and unmodified consumer applications such as word processing and spreadsheet software.

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Neil Sikka

Founder & CEO, A1Logic
Neil is the Founder and CEO of A1Logic. He has more than a decade of Software Development experience including about 4 years of experience at Microsoft as a Software Developer on Microsoft Exchange and on the MSRC (Microsoft Security Response Center) as a Software Security Engineer. On MSRC, he has analyzed 0day exploits, memory corruptions, and other security vulnerabilities across multiple Microsoft products. In addition, he worked on... Read More →

Thursday August 25, 2016 14:00 - 14:30
Pier 4

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