Learning to Live with an Advanced Persistent Threat

Thursday, October 17 | 10:10a.m. - 11:00a.m. | Meeting Room 213B
Session Type: Professional Development
In early 2012, UCSD became the target of a series of cyberattacks seeking access to sensitive campus research. This advanced persistent threat (APT) required us to rethink aspects of our campus security policies and infrastructure and focus on the challenges of communication and coordination in a decentralized campus environment.

Realize that conventional security thinking doesn't apply to advanced persistent threats. | Understand the strategies and techniques that are effective against repeated attacks. | Hear how to communicate, coordinate, and implement significant security changes.


  • John Denune

    Security Risk and Compliance Program Manager, University of California, Irvine

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