The upcoming ISSA – NoVA Chapter meetup on July 16th will address Topological Vulnerability Analysis and which tools are right for the job. Presenter John Williams will focus primarily on CAULDRON – a technology developed by George Mason University (funding primarily by Homeland Security) specifically for the correlation and visualization of vulnerabilities within an enterprise.
According to the abstract of the meetup, “[n]etwork security concerns are highly interdependent; each machine’s susceptibility to attack depends critically on vulnerabilities and connectivity across the network. To protect critical networks, management must understand not only individual system vulnerabilities, but also their interdependencies.”
If you’d like additional information about this meetup, look no further than below.
- Who: John Williams of ProInfo
- What: “Topological Vulnerability Analysis”
- When: 07-16, 5:30 (doors open) & 6:30 (meeting starts) PM EST
- Where: Nortel Government Solutions (12730 Fair Lakes Circle, Fairfax, VA 22033)
For more information on the ISSA – NoVA Chapter, see its description in our NoVA Meetups section. View our Calendar for a complete list of infosec events in and around the NoVA area. Here is a link to the page with information on this meetup.
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