David Nathans is a security professional with Siemens Healthcare where he specializes in medical device security. He has extensive experience in building security operations centers (SOCs) and cyber security programs. As the author of Designing and Building Security Operations Center and an original member of the first cyber squadron of the Air National Guard, he has established his place as a leader in the security field. They discuss security considerations when designing and building SOCs, the emergence of DevOps, and the progress that’s been made between data and security in medical devices over the past decade.
So I need more sleep, I need to grieve, I need to do my job and I need to lead officers of whom I am extremely proud to serve along-side. These are truly men and women who are guardians of the City of Dallas. We can improve how we deal with conflict and deescalate tense situations and we can also support a police department with a history of reaching out and inclusivity with its citizenry.
Today, HSI carries out its mission in an increasingly complex world that poses immense technical challenges to America’s homeland security. The task is daunting, but HSI has risen to the challenge with intelligence, flexibility and commitment to excellence. Indeed, HSI has proven that it will continue to achieve the goal that has become its motto – to forge a new legacy of honor, service and integrity.
The SDL is a companywide, mandatory program that aims to reduce the number and severity of vulnerabilities in Microsoft software. Introduced in 2004, the SDL embeds data security tools requirements in the entire software development lifecycle. As technology evolves and criminals become more sophisticated, so does the SDL, which has significantly decreased the number and severity of vulnerabilities in Microsoft software over the past decade.
The Center for Cyber and Homeland Security (CCHS) at the George Washington University is pleased to announce that it has launched a new project looking at the issue of active defense by the private sector against cyber threats. The Center has established a high-level task force that is examining these issues and will release a major report later this year. The project is being carried out by the Center thanks to the financial support provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Smith Richardson Foundation.