Tenable has many new events between now and January 2007. They are all outlined below. More are being added as we speak, including a series of interviews with leading computer and information security experts.
I'd also like to point out the last entry on the schedule - the SCADA Security Scientific Symposium. This is being organized by Digital Bond. I will be presenting at the event about how algorithms can be used to discover a variety of security issues on IP based SCADA networks. Space is limited to 70 attendees, but the talks will also be available to "virtual" symposium attendees who have registered for online viewing.
Webinar - Leveraging Nessus to Address FISMA Regulatory Concerns
October 24, 2006 -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
This presentation reviews FISMA compliance issues and demonstrates how the Security Center can be used to manage multiple Nessus vulnerability scanners. Email [email protected] to register for this webinar.
Conference - InfoSecurity Event
October 25, 2006, NY, New York
Tenable will have a booth at this show and Tenable's CTO, Ron Gula, will be on a vulnerability management panel with other product vendors.
Conference - Fall 2006 Computer Security Symposium
October 25, 2006, Charlotte NC
Webinar - Network and Behavioral Anomaly Detection
October 27, 2006 -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EsT
Webinar - The Future of Vulnerability Management
November 3, 2006 -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
Conference - 33rd Annual CSI
November 6-8, 2006, Orlando Florida
Tenable's CTO, Ron Gula, will be speaking on the current and future trends in vulnerability detection, security management and compliance.
Conference - University of Florida IT Security Awareness Day
November 8, 2006, Gainesville FL
Forum - Midwest Information Security Forum
November 7-8, Chicago IL
Tenable is also offering the 1-day Nessus certification training class in conjunction with this event. The class is taught by Tenable's CSO, Marcus Ranum.
Webinar - Nessus Compliance Checks
November 10, 2006 -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
Forum - SCADA Security Scientific Symposium
January 25 -25, Miami Beach, Florida
Tenable's CTO, Ron Gula, will discuss algorithmic approaches to discovering anomalies on IP networks running SCADA applications.